The 2014 BET Awards featured great talent, fashion…and tons of skin! It was the battle of the breasts between Ashanti and Tatyana Ali who both showed off plenty of cleavage in plunging necklines! We want to know which look you love most, so check it out and VOTE.
Eyes up here, boys! It was hard to focus on anything but cleavage when Ashanti, 33, and Tatyana Ali, 35, took the red carpet at the BET Awards at the Nokia Theatre in LA on June 29. The beauties rocked two amazing dresses that put some of their best assets on full display! While we were a little distracted by the miles of cleavage, the stars looked absolutely stunning, and we can’t choose which gown we like more! Can you?
Ashanti’s Cleavage In BET Awards Dress:
Ashanti loves to show off her amazing figure in daring pieces, and last night was no exception! The singer arrived to the awards ceremony looking incredible in a white Michael Costello gown. The frock featured sheer paneling, sexy cutouts, and a slit that showed off her fabulous Tom Ford shoes…but before we noticed any of these gorgeous details, we got an eyeful of cleavage! Though the dress had a high neckline, an opening revealed more than a foot of chest and tummy — quite a daring look for an event with so many cameramen watching your every move!
Tatyana Ali’s BET Awards Dress & Cleavage:
Tatyana Ali had her acting debut as Will Smith’s kid cousin on the Fresh Prince of Bel Air, but in this gown, she looked far from the young girl she played on screen! Tatyana dropped jaws in her Walter by Walter Mendez dress, showing off her womanly curves in a not-so-subtle way. We think this pink gown was a great choice for Tatyana! The color is amazing on her, and the halter-top flattered her figure so well. Though the dress was beautiful, it was quite a risky choice for such a busty girl!
Ashanti and Tatyana definitely didn’t play it safe last night! We can always count on these ladies to keep things interesting on the red carpet. So did you love Ashanti’s white hot look or Tatyana’s smoldering pink dress?
— Michelle Tedder