So many stars stepped out for the special night but who do YOU think donned the best get-up for the occasion? VOTE!
From Jennifer Lopez to Blake Lively, so many of our favorite stylish stars turned up for Chime For Change: The Sound Of Change Live Concert held at Twickenham Stadium in London on June 1. See which looks we really loved & VOTE for which frock was your fave.
While the looks on stage were so sexy the red carpet was just as sizzling! Blake Lively, Ryan Reynolds, James Franco, Rita Ora, Ellie Goulding, and Madonna were just a few of the stars who attended.
Blake Lively Chime For Change Live Concert Dress:
Blake was a presenter and she opted for a white hot mini that allowed the 25-year-old to flaunt her signature asset, her endless legs. While there’s no denying the fact that her pins hardly look anything less than perfect, the silhouette of the dress wasn’t necessarily the most flattering look that we’ve seen on the former Gossip Girl. She finished off her ensemble with exquisite Lorriane Schwartz jewels and a pair of pink cap-toe pumps. Blake’s blonde locks were worn back while she sported a pink lip.
Jennifer Lopez Chime For Change Live Concert Dress:
Beyonce and JLo swapped their sexy performance bodysuits for frocks. JLo looked every inch like her usual diva self in a seriously sexy black ensemble that put her fantastic figure on full display — we just can’t get enough of her! She opted for a snakeskin get-up from the Gucci Fall 2013 collection which consisted of a skirt suit. The straight skirt was offset by a fitted peplum jacket, complete with a lace-panel that allowed her to flaunt her ample chest. A black clutch and Casadei ‘Blade’ pumps finished off her ensemble.
The evening was full of surprise performances and collaborations. Jay Z stepped out on stage with his wife, Beyonce, while Mary J Blige performing with Jennifer Lopez. Chime for Change was founded by Gucci and the star-studded musical affair riased $4.3 million in ticket sales, which will go to support girls’ and women’s empowerment programs.