This Red Carpet Was All About The VPL

No industry turns out major, conversation-starting awards show red carpets quite like the music business. Who will crop up for the step-and-repeat, and who will be a no-show? (We're looking at you, Taylor Swift...) Will Selena show up hand-in-hand with The Weeknd again? Are the Dixie Chicks making a comeback? (Please say yes.) But, most importantly, we're always eager to see the looks that light Twitter on fire — Rihanna-at-the-Met-Gala-style.

Now obviously, it feels like nothing will ever top RiRi slaying everyone in Comme des Garçons just a few weeks ago, but dare we say Adele, Sia, or, you know, pregnant Beyonce, might just be able to give her a run for her money? So tonight, we're keeping tabs on the best pink-carpet looks from the Billboard Music Awards that have us all tweeting "YASSSS." Sure, May's Met Gala might be one of the biggest nights in fashion. But the Billboard Awards didn't disappoint when it came to buzzworthy style moments.

To prove it, click on to see our the most noteworthy ensembles on your favorite stars, and let us know in the comments who's getting all of your rasied-hands emojis tonight.

For singer Camila Cabello's first Billboard carpet without her Fifth Harmony crew, she made an entrance in a bright red-orange gown, and some on Twitter even thought she might be channeling Selena Quintanilla.
You may be seeing Miley Cyrus return to the spotlight as of late, but her sister Noah looked like a veteran on the magenta carpet in her signature getup: A bold, all-black ensemble.
Put a bow (or three) on it: That's the styling motto for tonight's co-host, Vanessa Hudgens. She opted for a satin, millennial-pink Marchesa gown.
In Vivienne Westwood, Baywatch actress Alexandra Daddario kept the off-shoulder trend going strong, admitting to Ryan Seacrest that she was "ducktaped in...literally" to the dress.
There's no shortage of LBDs on tonight's magenta-hued carpet, and Lea Michele put a sheer twist on the trend, finishing the look with some classy, dangling earrings.
Kate Beckinsale singlehandedly made 4th of July come a bit early this year with this Zuhair Murad look.
If you were questioning whether those '80s power-shoulders were really coming back, let Rita Ora make the case for you (with a super-sheer situation on the bottom, to boot).
You haven't seen leopard quite like this before, right? Hailee Steinfeld kept the sheer train going in David Koma, a Georgian designer based in London.
Who said nude was boring? Between the deep-plunging neckline and intricate lace details, Nicole Scherzinger's floor-length dress demands all the double-taps.
What's that? Another sheer, black gown? Yup, but we have to admit, Olivia Munn looks effortlessly stunning.
Fit for high tea, actress Maia Mitchell showed up in a sweet, black-and-white lace set by Sebastian Gunawan, complete with a baby bag and some classic pumps.
In a sea of midis and full-length gowns, singer Jane Zhang's trend-forward mini was a breath of fresh air (and right on-par with the cargo trend we're seeing lately).