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All Of Tracee Ellis Ross’s AMA’s Looks Were Made By Black Designers

Tracee Ellis Ross—queen of fashion AND comedy—is back again to host the American Music Awards for the second year in a row. She’s hosting the 2018 AMA’s tonight, October 9 at Microsoft Theater in L.A., and the Blackish star just shared an important detail about her wardrobe this time around.

“I’ve featured black designers in all of my @AMAs press looks, and will do the same for all my show looks tonight! Stay tuned for look-by-look details!” she tweeted just before walking the red carpet.

First up is this blush pink pantsuit by Pyer Moss. Ross finished the look with black Louboutin pumps and a Jacob & Co. choker for her pre-show red carpet look.

2018 American Music Awards - Arrivals
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See all of her looks from during the show below.

An “I am a voter” T-shirt.

2018 American Music Awards - Fixed Show
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A golden floor-length gown with mirrored panels.

2018 American Music Awards - Fixed Show
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A black sequin catsuit.

2018 American Music Awards - Inside
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A Dapper Dan for Gucci cape printed with tigers and crystal bees.

2018 American Music Awards - Fixed Show
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