The 2016 MTV Africa Music Awards brought out a host of talents and fashion-forward celebrities from all across Africa and the rest of the world. See all my favorite looks from the best dressed celebrities on the MAMA red carpet after the cut.
TV girl Bolanle Okulanni was stunning on the red carpet in a gold sequence embellished thigh-high number by luxury designer Orapeleng Modutle . She always nails it!
Boitumelo Thulo was smoking hot on the red carpet in a black sheer cut-out jumpsuit by South African designer Quiteria & George.
Actress Dineo Moeketsi and and South African Hip-Pop Artist Solo turned heads in white. The Fashion-forward pair look exquisite in Quiteria & George. This is how you stand out in style.
Iceberg Slim was dapper in a blue tuxedo by Nigerian designer Mai Atafo.
South African Actress Nomzamo Mbatha doesn't miss up on an opportunity to show-off that hot body of hers. She looked gorgeous in a blue sparkling cut-out backless number.
Mama Africa! Award-winning Nigerian musician Yemi Alade didnt disappoint, she sported a series of outfits playing host for the night, but this outfit head-to-toe takes the crown. She posed for pictures looking dashing in her blue African Inspired two-piece which she anchored with some silver heels.
Minnie Dlamini turned up the heat on the red carpet looking hot in a black and white deep v-neckline ensemble by Warrick Gautier and some lace-up pointed heels.
Katrina Andreas showed off her toned mid-riffs in an African-inspired prints flare crop-top and wide leg pants by designer Ingo Shanyenge. I love this!
Jessica Nkosi was stunning in a Cinnel black and white deep v-neck thigh-high dress.
Nigerian Fashion enthusiast Nobel Igwe was dapper in a Mai Atafo Tuxedo.
African Queen Ntando Fleekiswa Duma was bold and beautiful in a glitter-embellished cape design dress by South African designer Sello Medupe of Scalo designs. She looks effortless!
Tanzanian superstar Diamond Platinumz rocked a light blue black lapel tuxedo combo on the red carpet.
Golden goddess! One of my favorite looks from the night came from Ghanaian Actress Juliet Ibrahim. She looked super gorgeous in a Cinnel blue embellished sheer sleeveless number.
Reality Star Blue Mobmbo looked ravishing in a gold rhinestone embellished thigh-baring number from Scalo designs. She always looked stunning on the red carpet.
Angolan beauty Weza Solange was an African Queen for the night, sporting a bold diamond necklace and a strapless ball gown.
Award-winning Nigerian musician Patoranking rocked a mustard yellow blazer with a matching black inner and pants.
The super sexy Lerato Kganyago was angelic on the scene in a white petal embellished jumpsuit.
Thembi Sete paired her sheer plum embellished thigh-high split dress with some studded pointy heels. Her dress is by Sello Medupe of Scalo designs.
MTV Africa TV Host Okoeguale Ehizojie was also on the scene looking dapper in a brown and white tuxedo.
Khanyi Mbau brought some drama to the MAMA red carpet rocking a strapless peplum mini number by Antherline Couture Studio.
Radio presenter Khutso Theledi shimmered in a pink strapless sequence embellished number.
Ayanda Thabethe was a beautiful life-size doll rocking a high-ponytail in a black see through floor-length number.
It was no secret that the 2016 MTV African Music Awards brought out some of the best and finest talents all across Africa. Generally, i thought the red carpet looks were a lot better than last year's , even though i still got disappointed by the lack of originality and effort from some on my best artist's,. Still, i am thankful for these lot who looking impeccably stylish. According to Okay Africa, Nigeria cleaned up. It was a big night for Wizkid in particular. The Starboy walked away with three major awards: Artist of the Year, Best Male, Best Collaboration. Meanwhile, co-host Yemi Alade took home Best Female, while Tekno was named Best Breakthrough Act. South Africa also fared quite well. Cassper Nyovest picked up Best Live Act while Emtee was deemed Best Hip Hop. Caster Semenya is the 2016 Person of the Year. Hugh Masekela was given the Lifetime Achievement Award. Kenya didn’t disappoint either. Sauti Sol was given the award for Best Group.
For a full list of the Winners for the night, you can see them right here. In the main time, who had your favorite look of the night? Feel free to leave your thoughts below.