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"The Best Man" Premiere featuring Leann the Messy Homewrecker

At the premiere of The Best Man Holiday, everyone busted out their best jewel-tones and royal reds. Is it just the beginning of November? We're ready to get invited to some super fancy parties with good egg nog.

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Regina Hall and Rochelle Aytes worked their best lipstick reds, while Morris Chestnut rocked a crushed burgundy blazer. Does that come in women's sizes? Would wear.

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Sanaa Lathan, Michelle Williams and Nia Long opted for more understated colors. Lathan's cinched peplum with a maroon accent was stunning, while Williams did her version of sexy, i.e. something resembling a turtleneck. As for Lathan: damn girl, look at that cleavage. Santa Baby indeed.

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Monica Calhoun, Melissa De Sousa and Daphne Wayans were inspired by silver and sparkles.

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The men at this event were a mixed bag. Terrence Howard inexplicably carried some sort of crystal jewel while wearing a shiny pinstriped suit – with hat – while Mario was all in waxed jean material. But Taye Diggs sported a fantastic salmon bowtie and Eddie Cibrian wore the navy blue version of Morris Chestnut's blazer. Also would wear.

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Speaking of Eddie Cibrian: he and wife LeeAnn Rimes took this opportunity to seize the holiday spirit by posing in a variety of ways together. She decided to wear shoes we'll call bag boots (because that's what they resemble) and some sort of grey jersey-esque workout dress. And it was a very L.A. Christmas for LeeAnn Rimes.

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Images via Valerie Macon/Getty


Source: http://jezebel.com/christmas-ready-fashion-at-the-premiere-of-the-best-man-1459403071
Tags: actor / actress, black celebrities, leann rimes
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