"Teen Wolf" actress Arden Cho, 30, "Quantico" star Priyanka Chopra, 33, and "Grease: Live" actress Vanessa Hudgens, 27, were among the best-dressed women at the 2016 People's Choice Awards. The three actresses are of Asian descent.
Held at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, California, on Jan. 6, the 42nd People's Choice Awards was broadcast live on CBS. It was hosted by "Angel from Hell" star Jane Lynch.
During the awards ceremony, Cho wore a Mario Dice dress matched with patent leather Christian Louboutin pumps, according to Fashion N Style. "Teen Wolf" was nominated for Favorite Cable Sci-Fi/Fantasy TV Show but lost to "The Walking Dead."
Cho's black and red dress and her dark red lipstick excellently matched the red carpet during the awards ceremony. The dress was Asian-inspired blouse-style black dress with detailed red embroidery, according to Twist magazine.
Known for playing Alex Parrish in "Quantico," Chopra won 2016 People's Choice Awards' Favorite Actress in a New TV Series. She wore a sequin ombre Vera Wang Collection midi-length dress and silver Jimmy Choo shoes.
The accessories Chopra wore during the 2016 People's Choice Awards ceremony were Leticia Linton and Anita Ko earrings and Djula and H. Stern rings. Using the Rough, Tough & In The Buff shades, nail technician Sabella Snyder helped the Bollywood superstar, who was also Miss World 2000, create a neutral Caption Polish manicure.
On the other hand, Hudgens was one of the presenters during the 2016 People's Choice Awards ceremony. She was with her "Grease: Live" co-stars Julianne Hough, Keke Palmer, Carly Rae Jepsen and Kether Donohue.
Paired with a Rodo clutch and strappy black Stuart Weitzman sandals, Hudgen's dress during the awards ceremony was a gunmetal slip dress by Kayat. Her sci-fi look was accessorized with a heavy metal Pluma Italia choker, Casa Reale black diamond finger ring, Jack Vartanian black diamond earrings, three Bavna diamond bangles and five Noudar black diamond rings.
Born in Salinas, California, Hudgens is of Irish, Native American, Filipino, Chinese and Spanish descent. On the other hand, Chopra was born to Indian parents in Jharkland while Cho was born to Korean-American parents in Amarillo, Texas.
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