A host of stars hit the red carpet for the National Association for the Advancement of Coloured People Awards this weekend.
Oscar nominees Sandra Bullock and Gabourey Sidibe wowed in their fab frocks while Selena Gomez, Keri Hilson, Grey's Anatomy actress Sandra Oh and Morgan Freeman also attended the Los Angeles ceremony.
The Blind Side star and Golden Globe winner Sandra Bullock, opted for Alexander McQueen’s embroidered humming bird and floral detail dress, which she teamed with a purple clutch, glam updo and Sergio Rossi heels.
Precious star, and winner of the Outstanding Actress award, Gabourey Sidibe chose a navy scalloped tiered dress with silver heels and short curly locks, while fellow award-winner Keri Hilson shone in a black flamenco-style dress with simple heels.
Disney starlet Selena Gomez was a vision in white as she arrived on the red carpet in a gorgeous Georges Hobeika spring 2010 floor-sweeping gown. Selena wore the dress with a simple silver box clutch and dark droplet earrings.
Morgan Freeman was named Outstanding Actor for his role as Nelson Mandela in Invictus, Mary J Blige won Outstanding Female Artist and Wyclef Jean won the top honour, the Vanguard Award, for his fundraising efforts for earthquake-stricken Haiti.
We can’t wait to see what Sandra and Gabourey will wear to the Oscars next Sunday!
By Georgie Hindle