The stars came smartly dressed to make a lasting impression on Kennedy Center 2019. Carrie underwood, the Jonas brothers and other celebrities scored high marks, hitting the audience with the pretentious outfits.
A lot of big names came to the event to honor the winners of the class of 2019 42nd annual Honorary sign of the Kennedy center, which recognizes the best performers. The event was highlighted by some of the best regulars of the red carpet fashion of the year! Among the winners of 2019 was the legendary group R & B Earth, Wind & Fire, received the “Oscar” actress Sally field, the iconic singer Linda Ronstadt, the original PBS kids ‘ show “sesame Street” as well as Symphony orchestra conductor Michael Tilson Thomas and the musicians of the A-Lister appeared to help in the celebration. The event took place on December 8 at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., and a week 15 Dec aired on CBS.
Carrie underwood appeared before the people in a shimmering pink dress on one shoulder. The country-music superstar was dressed in her best red carpet gown, with full skirt, belted to show off your tiny waist, and a silver overlay of fabric on the dress to give it a shimmer. For her performance in honor of Linda Rondstadt she was dressed in a sparkling ice dress in blue with a slightly high waist, when he performed a mixture of hits of Linda, including “When will I be loved”.
The Jonas brothers helped to honor Earth Wind and Fire, looking ill. Kevin and Joe walked in classic tuxedos, while Nick wore a completely black outfit, including black vest, shirt and tie, in addition to its respective jacket and tailored pants. They entertained the audience with a group of soul “Boogie Wonderland” among other hits. John Legend joined Dani looked classic in double breasted black Tux with a huge bow tie, to sing his classic song “Can’t Hide Love”.
Tom Hanks looked saucy in a black tuxedo, showing his gray beard with his wife Rita Wilson next to him in a white dress, which was black star and moon patterns. He was there to honor longtime friend, whom he called “light arches” in the world of acting, who inspired many in his craft.