These Queens Slayed the 2024 Billboard Women in Music Awards

There was no lack of style or fashion when our sistas stepped into the building.


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Saweetie is teaching us a lesson in "Richtivities" 101. Slay all day. Period!

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Coco Jones was radiating Black girl joy, and we can't get enough!

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Ice Spice brought the heat in this flirty black ensemble.

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This is the year of Monét. So far in 2024, Victoria Monét has won three Grammys, and she was recognized at this ceremony! The "On My Mama" singer also performed at the event.

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Tems brought fashion and glam! She had heads turning in this daring number while rocking a set of Bantu knots. The artist was also honored this night.

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Showstopper Tracee Ellis Ross sported an edgy blunt bob cut and a plunging neckline! We see you sis!

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Justine Skye...that's the post. She's that girl! An over-the-shoulder-pose has never looked better.

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Savannah James looked stunning while donning this black power suit.

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"Twin?! Where have you been?" If you're looking for Muni Long, she's busy serving all black, while blowing kisses!

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"The Vampire Diaries," alum Kat Graham raised the bar in this toffee avant-garde two-piece pantsuit, and we're loving it.

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"Rise Up" singer Andra Day rose to the occasion in this sexy black cut-out gown that accentuated her core.

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Serving and slaying is what Amber Riley did this night.

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Queen Naija dressed to the beat of her own drum while donning a plum gown that featured exaggerated shoulders, a plunging neckline, and a sexy train.

Photo By Steve Granitz