The 2020 E!’s People’s Choice Awards isn’t all about giving awards to the most deserving individuals but it’s also a time for celebrities to look their best and showcase their different transformations. In addition to wearing fashionable clothes, many also try a whole new look with make-up or by simply changing their hairstyle.
Below are some of the celebrities who turned heads with their shocking transformations:
The show’s host was definitely a sight to behold in not just one but four costume changes. To start, she walked the red carpet with her dark flowing hair but the moment she took the stage, she ditched her black tresses and turned into a blonde!
She jokingly said, “I performed at the Grammys and sung the National Anthem at the Super Bowl. But then COVID hit, and everything shut down, so I did what everyone else did, I went into lockdown mode and got engaged.”- Advertisement -
Curtain bangs is one of the hottest hairstyles this year with celebrities like Jennifer Lopez and Ariana Grande having tried it. Chrishell Stause of Selling Sunset also decided to do the same and debuted her new look at the PCA. With a little help from hair stylist Bradley Leake, she said goodbye to her old hairstyle and put on her bangs.
The country singer is definitely inspired after his recent engagement with long-time girlfriend Gwen Stefani. He proposed to Stefani last month. This year, The Voice coach went home with the award for Choice Country Artist and fans couldn’t help but notice he doesn’t have his usual scruff. Instead, the singer was clean-shaven.
To prove how much he loves his fiancée, he gave a sweet shout out to Stefani during his acceptance speech. He said, “I love my fans and I love country music fans and I Love the People’s Choice Awards. Also, thank you to my new fiancée Gwen Stefani. That’s S-t-e-f-a-n-I, if you need to Google it to figure out who she is. Thanks for the inspiration…I love you guys, thank you.”
Stefani posted on her Instagram Story that she had to stay in the car because of the pandemic but she was there to support Shelton.