iHeartRadio Music Awards 2016: Red Carpet Shoes

Fans of the red carpet fear not: awards season isn’t wrapped up just yet. Music’s biggest stars are hitting the red carpet for the iHeartRadio Music Awards at The Forum in Inglewood, Calif.

We already know that Justin Bieber and Meghan Trainor will be performing. Bieber, who recently kicked off his Purpose world tour, often performs in Yeezy Boost 350s, Adidas Ultra Boosts or Vans.

Leading the nominations with 8 nods is Taylor Swift, with The Weeknd, Adele, Drake and Ed Sheeran following close behind.

Taylor Swift iHeartRadio Music Awards 2016 Red Carpet
Taylor Swift rocked a Saint Laurent fall ’16 jumpsuit with peep-toe platforms.
CREDIT: AP Images.

Selena Gomez iHeartRadio Music Awards 2016 Red Carpet
Selena Gomez wore a cut-out Mugler jumpsuit with silver strappy sandals.
CREDIT: Richard Shotwell/Shutterstock

During a performance this week in Birmingham, England, Adele was surprised with the award for Song of the Year for her hit “Hello.”

Zendaya has already arrived wearing a head-to-toe Haider Ackermann fall ’16 outfit, while Trainor opted for Jimmy Choo’s tassel sandals with her Donna Karan dress.

Zendaya iHeartRadio Awards 2016 Red Carpet
Zendaya in Haider Ackermann fall ’16.
CREDIT: AP Images.
Zendaya iHeartRadio Awards 2016 Red Carpet
A closer look at Zendaya’s Haider Ackermann heels.
CREDIT: AP Images.
Meghan Trainor iHeartRadio Awards 2016 Red Carpet
Meghan Trainor in a Donna Karan dress and Jimmy Choo sandals.
CREDIT: AP Images.

Click through the gallery to see more shoes on the red carpet at the iHeartRadio Music Awards.

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