The Most Dramatic Looks of the 2017 American Music Awards

It seems that every award show, from the red carpet to the stage, is bound to feature a bevy of standout dramatic looks. This year, mother-daughter duo, Diana Ross and AMAs host Tracee Ellis Ross, took the cake.

All eyes were on the 73-year-old “Endless Love” singer as she arrived in strapless black dress with embellished cork-soled sandals and a feathery tulle headpiece.

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Diana Ross poses on the red carpet.
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Meanwhile, the “Black-ish” star rocked a plunging golden tiered gown with stilettos as she took the stage.

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Tracee Ellis Ross on stage in a gold embellished outfit.
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Elsewhere, “Stranger Things” actor Caleb Caleb McLaughlin, who presented tonight, sported a paint-splattered ensemble, down to his sneakers.

Caleb McLaughlin sporting paint-splattered ensemble at the 2017 amas
Caleb McLaughlin sporting paint-splattered ensemble.
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Demi Lovato — who resembled Cher with long flowing tresses parted at the middle — showed some skin in a curve-hugging nude-illusion corset gown.

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Demi Lovato rocking a sheer look at the 2017 AMAs.
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YouTube personality Patrick Starr
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YouTube personality Patrick Starr demonstrated the movement of the fringe material on a slime green jumpsuit teamed with gold pointed pumps.

Check out the gallery for more of the most dramatic looks on the red carpet at the 2017 AMAs.

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