Well, he's not going to let his lawyer do all the talking!
Tyga responded on Instagram on Tuesday, and he's gone... positive? Ch-ch-check out the pic (below):
Ah, with all the best dressed peeps out there, there are bound to be a few worst dressed celebs on the red carpet!
Luckily for them, only one will be named the worst dressed of the night at the 2015 Tony Awards and that decision is left in YOUR hands!
Starting from the left, Elisabeth's multi-colored floral gown proved to be too much for our taste. The flowers just made it too top busy and the white skirt left us wanting more.
Sutton's ombre gown did NOT impress us at all… Not to mention the lines between each color block left us a little confused as to why they were there.
Then there's Amanda's short gold and black gown with a sheer panel line near the hem of the skirt. While black and gold is a great color combination, the off the shoulder dress was just not a good look.
So…what do you think??
Who do YOU think is the worst dressed at the 2015 Tony Awards?!
Total Votes: 2,324
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She's the human embodiment of spring!
The fit of The Heidi Chronicles actress' Oscar de la Renta gown was impeccable, tracing every curve of her petite figure — we just wish she would've ditched the heavily appliquéd upper half for a simpler monochromatic look.
The former Mad Men star finished off the ensem with darling fresh makeup, plain locks, and a less-than-desirable bracelet.
This look was lacking. Better luck next time, Lizzie!
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Move over, dudes, the women of Mad Men are the true stars here!
Elisabeth bared some light cleavage in a two-toned J Mendel dress, while January did her sophisticated character proud in a belted navy frock with red floral embroidery along the bodice.
Of course Christina brought all the va-va-voom in her body-gripping, sparkly red Vivienne Westwood dress that had Jessica Rabbit written on every curve!
Flawless women on parade!
The first annual People Magazine Awards took place Thursday night in Los Angeles, and the guest list was freakin' impressive!
And everyone looked gorgeous, too!
Elisabeth Moss laid the smolder on thick for the April issue of Bello magazine! The cover is just oozing sex with her dramatic cat-eye liner and Reem Acra dress, which oh-so-casually fell off Elisabeth’s shoulders.
Her inner minx has been unleashed!
She gives us even more of a taste inside the mag with a Mad Men-inspired spread, featuring plenty of sheer pieces.
Ch-ch-check it out and the rest of the editorial in the gallery (below)!
[Image via Bello.]
Holy thigh-high slit!!
Elisabeth Moss dared to go there at the season seven premiere of Mad Men in Hollywood, in what has to be her sexiest red carpet look yet!
The brunette beauty werked her figure-hugging Alexander McQueen frock like a pro as she strutted her stuff down the black carpet and you can bet jaws were dropping!
Elisabeth also styled her LBD with only a couple pieces of Lynn Ban jewelry, simple Kurt Geiger pumps, and a black Alexander McQueen clutch,
While those were all perfectly fine to accessorize her monochromatic look, we wish she broke it up with a splash of color, maybe in a statement necklace to accessorize her dress’ straightforward bodice?
Especially since her darkly-colored makeup was a little blah for us, too.
What do U think???
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What a touching tribute.
Christina Hendricks was one of the many celebrities who adored L’Wren Scott’s beautiful fashions. So in honor of the late designer, she wore a gorgeous green L’Wren Scott frock at the Mad Men event during PaleyFest on Friday. How sartorially sentimental!
The actress was also joined at the event by co-stars Elisabeth Moss and Jessica Pare.
Our favorite look, however, was Jessica Pare’s Roksanda Ilincic frock. Loving the contrast of the orange details on the blue-gray herringbone fabric! Christian Louboutin pumps and a simple clutch completed her look.
Kiernan Shipka was also there in a blossom printed Dolce & Gabbana frock! Her ensem totally screamed spring.
You can see more photos of the lovely ladies (below)!
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