Nicki Minaj Looks Like Sultry Morticia Addams in a Sparkly Dress With Matching Heels

Nicki Minaj is known for her outrageous looks, from her videos to the red carpet and beyond. True to her style, the 10-time Grammy-nominated rapper seemed to channel Morticia Addams from “The Addams Family” for a sit-down with Stephen Colbert last night.

The 35-year-old — who stopped by “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” in NYC to promote her fourth studio album, “Queen,” which dropped on Aug. 10 — showed off an all-black velvet sparkle-embellished two-piece ensemble by Balmain. The dark set, along with her long black hair featuring a center part, felt reminiscent of the character Morticia Addams — the noir matriarch of “The Addams Family” movie (played by Anjelica Huston in 1991).

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Nicki Minaj wearing a Balmain look with Gucci sandals.
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Nicki Minaj arrives at “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.”
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However, it’s hard to imagine Morticia revealing midriff and rocking strappy Gucci crystal-embellished sandals boasting a sky-high stiletto heel.

The chart-topping “Barbie Dreams” rapper completed her head-turning look, which came with pearl detailing and a sultry thigh-high slit, by adding an assortment of bold bracelets.

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Anjelica Huston in character as Morticia Addams in 1991.
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Minaj took to Instagram to tell her 90 million followers to tune in to her interview with Colbert. She teased it by sharing two intriguing photos with the caption, “Wait til you hear what I said to him to make him blush this hard. Not kidding top 3 interviews of all time. Don’t miss it!”

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