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Skyhigh Heels Worn By Our Favorite Stars On The BET Awards Red Carpet

Beginners beware: These extra sexy shoes are so far off the ground they could give you vertigo.

Our favorite celebrities always rock the best footwear at the BET Awards. In celebration of the countdown to the culture’s biggest night on June 27 at 8/7C, we’re highlighting some of the highest heels seen on the BET Awards red carpet. Ahead, see some of our favorite footwear worn over the years!

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  1. 2011: Alicia Keys

    Alicia Keys gave wild vibes! The “Superwoman” walked onto the BET Awards 2011 carpet with extra high Christian Loubutin zebra-print heels.

  2. 2012: Lala Anthony

    (Photo:: Allen Berezovsky/WireImage)

    Photo:: Allen Berezovsky/WireImage

    (Photo:: Allen Berezovsky/WireImage)

    Oh, la la! Lala Anthony dazzled when she stepped on the BET Awards 2012 in her sparkly high heels.

  3. 2016: Naturi Naughton

    (Photo: C Flanigan/Getty Images)

    Photo: C Flanigan/Getty Images

    (Photo: C Flanigan/Getty Images)

    Naturi Naughton sparkled on the BET Awards 2016 carpet with her bedazzled t-strap sandals. Look at those shoes shine!

  4. 2016: Eva Marcille

    (Photo: David Livingston/Getty Images)

    Photo: David Livingston/Getty Images

    (Photo: David Livingston/Getty Images)

    Eva Marcille commanded our attention when she sashayed on the BET Awards 2016 with these extra-high black block heel platforms.

  5. 2017: Zonnique

    (Photo: C Flanigan/Getty Images)

    Photo: C Flanigan/Getty Images

    (Photo: C Flanigan/Getty Images)

    Zonnique wowed us when she arrived at the BET Awards 2017 wearing these strappy blue stilettos.

    Watch the 2021 BET Awards on June 27 at 8/7C.

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