DO GOODERS: Jennifer Hudson, J.Cole, The "Hit The Floor" Cast & More Do The VH1 'DO SOMETHING' AWARDS
Last night, a few of our faves hit up the 2013 Do Something Awards at Avalon in Hollywood. These awards are all about recognizing those who are doing something to make a difference. Check out the cast from our new fave show "Hit The Floor" on their hosting duties, plus Jennifer Hudson, J.Cole and more all making appearances.
Before they took the stage to rock out for the VH1 'Do Something' crowd, J-Hud and J.Cole hit the green carpet:
Jenny looked great in her animal print blouse, chain and shorts by Versace. Not sure if those are stockings with these white shoes (y'all know how we feel about white pumps and white shoes)...but other than those things, we think she's keeping up her fabness these days.
Jenny also took home an award for the work she's done for the Julian D. King Foundation she founded in Chicago in honor of her slain nephew. She became understandably emotional as she talked about providing much-needed supplies to school children from low-income families.
"I wasn't going to cry, but I'm a cry baby so I can't help it," Jenny said on the awards stage. "It just shows how much it warms my heart to see so many blessed and from our blessings in honor of my nephew...It's one thing to be a celebrity, but it means nothing if you can't help somebody."
J.Cole's still riding the success of his newest album Born Sinner.
The cast of VH1's newest scripted hit, "Hit The Floor", hit the carpet looking fab. Logan Browning, Katherine Bailess, and Taylour Paige brought their Devil Girls camaraderie to the carpet to do some hosting duties.
Sexy look for Taylour.
And super cute look for Logan.
Fab chick and "The Secret Life of the American Teenager" co-star Camille Winbush hit the carpet.
Philanthropist Russell Simmons made his way to the Awards.
"Access Hollywood" correspondent Shaun Robinson hit the carpet in a sexy striped dress.
VH1's "Hollywood Exes" co-stars Sheree Fletcher & Shamicka Lawrence got fab on the carpet.
Ne-Yo made his way to the event.
And Queen Latifah received her award from LL Cool J. By the way, she's making her way back to daytime TV this fall. Will you be watching her new talk show?