Stars from the music and movie industries took in the glitz and the glamour of the surrounding Las Vegas as they descended on the Nevada city for the 2022 Billboard Music Awards on Sunday evening.
None more so than actor Megan Fox who stunned in a plunging V-neck gown as she supported her beau Machine Gun Kelly on the red carpet.
Fox, 36, chose a daring, plunging black gown for the star-studded event at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.
The Transformers actor was back to her sartorial sweet spot, goth-girl glam, for the occasion, with her stylist Maeve Reilly opting for the glitzy black and crystal gown by up-and-coming designer, David Koma.
The Georgian-born, London-based designer, David Komakhidze, known as David Koma showed his first full collection at London Fashion Week for spring 11 straight after graduating from Central Saint Martins College in 2009.
Since then, his modern, sculptural silhouettes and style have become increasingly popular amongst celebrities such as Beyonce, Kendall Jenner, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Adele.
The edgy dress featured off-the-shoulder long sleeves that reached into an opera glove style over the actor’s hands. The shoulder detailing featured stiff, upright wings, covered in an embroidered, embellished pattern.
A hip-high slit revealed Fox’s toned legs and showed off her clear platform Andrea Wazen shoes, while she accessorised with black corkscrew-style earrings.
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The cherry on top of her dark maven style was a new hairdo. The actor had swapped out her golden brown Hollywood waves for a poker-straight, almost-black style, complete with the new addition of a straight fringe.
Fox joined her fiancé Machine Gun Kelly, 32, on the red carpet for the music event, who chose a glittering top with a cropped spiked suit jacket with coordinating tailored trousers by Dolce & Gabbana.
The musician – real name, Colson Whitehead – accessorised with his pink dyed hair for a pop of colour and a glistening manicure that reportedly featured 10 carats of diamonds, valued at $30,000.
The couple were together for 18 months before announcing their engagement in January this year, but the rocker sparked rumours at the Las Vegas event that they may be expecting their first child together.
Kelly set tongues wagging as he dedicated his song ‘Twin Flame’ to his fiancée and their ‘unborn child’ but the pair are yet to confirm the happy news.