Billboard Music Awards Fashion Poll: Who Ruled The Red Carpet?

Jennifer Lopez, Austin Mahone, and Kesha
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Jennifer Lopez, Austin Mahone, and Kesha attend the 2014 Billboard Music Awards at the MGM Grand Garden Arena on May 18, 2014 in Las Vegas, Nevada.  

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The 2014 Billboard Music Awards brought the biggest names in music to Las Vegas on Sunday night (May 18), and before all the action went down at the MGM Grand Garden Arena, the stars were shining bright on the red carpet. From Nicki to Austin to J. Lo to our host Luda, so many artists looked smashing while streaking down the red carpet -- but the question is, which superstar looked the best?

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Vote now in the poll below to tell us which musical star's Billboard Music Awards look ruled the red carpet on Sunday night!

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Female country superstars Carrie Underwood and Miranda Lambert looked smashing a little while before debuting their new duet onstage at the MGM Grand Garden Arena, while Austin Mahone was busy making the girls scream while rocking a black tee and white jacket. Ludacris and John Legend couldn't have looked classier, while Kesha made a striking, dollar-sign-free comeback on the Billboard Music Awards red carpet. And Jennifer Lopez always knows how to light up a red carpet -- the 2014 Billboard Music Awards was no different, as the Icon Award recipient dazzled in a tasteful red gown.

Vote for the best-dressed music star on the Billboard Music Awards red carpet, and if you don't love our suggestions, write in your own!


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