You could definitely print her face on a dollar.
Cardi B made a sparkling entrance on the 2023 VMAs red carpet in a strapless silver Dilara Findikoglu gown made of hair clips with two matching wrist cuffs.
She wore her long black hair down in a straight butt-grazing style as she posed with husband Offset, who sported a black suit with a silver belt buckle and the same hair clips to match his wife.
The “I Like It” rapper, 30, is set to have a huge night at the MTV music awards show as she will perform her new single, “Bongos,” live for the first time with Megan Thee Stallion.
“I don’t really f—k with a lot of people, she’s one of the people that I mess with … we work so great together … when we’re working she trusts me and I trust her, and I just love that,” Cardi said in an interview on the pre-show pink carpet about her relationship with Megan.
Plus, Cardi is nominated for Best Hip Hop Video on the 50th anniversary of the genre, which will be celebrated during the show.
“Hip hop was made to talk about our struggle, to talk about our pain. Hip hop was created in the Bronx, by the way. My life, my culture,” she declared.
Megan also arrived in sexy style, wearing a black sheer corset gown with an exposed thong and stunning silver diamond choker necklace.
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The “WAP” collaborator is nominated for three awards tonight, including Best Direction, Best Choreography and Best Art Direction, all for her hit song “Her.”
The dynamic duo released “Bongos” last week and its ensuing music video was filled with fantastical fashions and their signature sexy dance moves.
In one scene, Cardi B twerks in front of a refrigerator wearing nothing but a bikini made entirely of red hair.
And in another scene, she wear sky-high heels that serve as stilts in a gravity-defying look and Cardi and Megan danced on a metal set of pipes in red thong bodysuits that could serve as a teaser for what fans might expect on stage tonight.
The VMAs are set to broadcast live on MTV from the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey.