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May 24, 2011  | by: Stephenie Miller

Celebrities Dressed in Black at the Billboard Music Awards

At the 2011 Billboard Music Awards, celebrities proved you don’t have to wear bright color or prints to standout.  Some of the best dressed celebs looked fabulous in black.

Oscar-winning actress, Nicole Kidman attended the awards in Las Vegas to support her husband, Keith Urban, who performed at the show.  Kidman walked the white carpet wearing a black Dolce & Gabbana floor-length dress.  The embellished gown had a sheer skirt and trendy pockets.  She kept her makeup simple and her hair was pulled into a loose side braid making the whole look very classic.

Selena Gomez

Justin Bieber’s girlfriend, Selena Gomez hit the carpet looking all grown up in a sexy Dolce & Gabbana gown.  Gomez was showing a lot of skin in the cut-out dress with a thigh high slit.  The 18-year-old paired her dress with bright red Giuseppe Zanotti heels.  With a look this hot, it’s no surprise Bieber had to plant a kiss on her after being named Top New Artist.

Fergie brought the drama to the awards with her gothic-inspired Hervé Léger by Max Azria minidress.  Metal accents, square cut outs, and leather make this dress unique.  Fergie wore super high, black Christian Louboutin pumps to complete the outfit.

Who says black is boring?  These three celebs show black dresses are still turning heads.

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