Although it’s no surprise that Lorde wore black to the AMAs, she looked sleek and sexy in a sleeveless fitted black gown that showed off her tiny figure.
Lorde, 18, added a touch of feminine style to her signature goth look. For the 2014 American Music Awards, where she is not only nominated but will also take the stage for a performance, the teenage superstar looked like the perfect little goth princess.
Lorde Goes Goth Princess At The American Music Awards
She’s done it again!
Lorde may have a more eccentric taste when it comes to fashion than most 18-year-old girls, but her AMAs look was pretty on-point for the occasion.
Not only did Lorde choose a sleek, form-fitting gown, but it showed that her wardrobe is maturing with her as she grows up before our eyes — even if it’s still just in all-black.
Her dress for the show, which you can see in the photo above, was the perfect choice for a femme goth princess such as Lorde.
Not to mention, she added a touch of color by using purple lipstick instead of her signature black. Gorgeous!
Will Lorde Sit With BFF Taylor Swift?
As HollywoodLife.com previously reported, an AMAs insider revealed that Taylor Swift is slated to sit dead center in the front row throughout the awards show.
Who is sitting next to her? Of course it’s her BFF, Selena Gomez. But wait, what about her other BFF — Lorde?
Even though the three of them will be in attendance, prior to the live show Lorde’s seat was at least 15 — maybe more — seats away from Tay-Tay’s.
Now, it’s safe to say that all three of these ladies are big enough names to sit wherever they please once the show starts. But wouldn’t they request to sit together in advance? Hmm.
Tell us, HollywoodLifers — What do YOU think about Lorde’s look for the AMAs? Do you like her style, or are you not a fan? Comment below!
— Lauren Cox
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