Karlie was white-hot in a Prabal Gurung dress with floral embroidery all along the left side, while Solange got all shiny in her silver wide leg pantsuit. Shades of Hillary Clinton! LOLz!
Zendaya and Olivia were all about showing skin in their respective numbers, with Z in an off-shoulder blue floral dress with cut-outs along the waistline that flaunted her AMAZE abs, and Olivia in a plunging floral frock with leg slit.
Last night on Saturday Night Live, actors Alec Baldwin and Kate McKinnon just couldn't do it any more. Sick of the brutal, negative election, the pair decided to break character, go out in Times Square, and have a little fun!
Equally as powerful as her older sister's set, Solange's record arguably does an even better job of combining social commentary with her established artistry — best exemplified in the videos for two of the album's stand-outs, Don't Touch My Hair and Cranes in the Sky.
The scene then cuts to overhead black-and-white security footage of Seth MacFarlane's character onboard the elevator with the Empire State of Mind rapper, Beyoncé, Solange, and a security guard.
All Peter wants to do is go to the second floor business center to print out his boarding pass, when he witnesses a fuming Solange lunge at Hova and proceed to kick the sh*t out of him while Bey just… watches!
Ch-ch-check out the funny clip (below) to see what happens!
Solange isn't the only celebrity speaking out about the Black Lives Matter movement following the recent high profile police killings of black men… but she is one of the few actually doing something to help.
That's because the 30-year-old R&B singer and her husband Alan Ferguson were spotted taking part in peaceful protests in Baton Rouge over the weekend in honor of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile.
But that's not all — while Solange's in-person appearance showed how important equal rights truly are to her, she made sure to drive that point home on social media with a message against police brutality on Twitter!
In a series of tweets on Sunday, Solange recounted how the only violence she experienced while walking in the Louisiana march on Saturday came from authorities, saying:
The reality star spoke to Andy Cohen at a Sirius XM Town Hall interview on Wednesday, and once again she was not afraid to say exactly how she felt about everything -- including her certainty about the O.J. Simpson case. She explained:
"I knew he did it. There was three people at the crime scene. DNA evidence, three people at the crime scene. Pick a murderer. How hard is that?"
But Cait wasn't just giving her own opinion this time.
The former Olympian went on to talk once again about her friendship with Robert Kardashian, who she now says was ALSO guilty -- that is, he felt enormously guilty about getting a murderer off! She recounted: