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3 Hot iHeartRadio Music Festival fashions

Music lovers from every spectrum of the Hollywood scene showed up for this weekend’s mega iHeartRadio Music Festival with one thing in common: A passion for music. We have a feeling many of them also share a passion for fashion.

The iHeartRadio Music Festival took place in Las Vegas this weekend and featured some of the best in music. While we love our tunes, we also have a soft spot for celebrity fashion, so we couldn’t help but notice these hot red carpet looks.

1nicole Scherzinger

The X Factor judge and iHeartRadio Music Festival performer hit the red carpet in a sparkly little black outfit before taking the stage with Steven Tyler. Scherzinger’s rocker ensemble was reminiscent of Michael Jackson and featured a matching sequined blazer and shorts, a white top and black stilettos. We love the sexy simplicity of the look and think Scherzinger accessorized the look perfectly with flowing hair and glowing skin.

Nicole Scherzinger at the iHeartRadio Music Festival

2Ashley Benson

Pretty Little Liars‘ blonde bombshell showed off her signature sexy style in a curve hugging little black dress with lace trim, peep toe black pumps and her famous flowing locks. We love the fun, flirty feel of Benson’s LBD, a mainstay of celebrity fashion, and think the look’s perfect for dancing the night away.

Ashley Benson at the iHeartRadio Music Festival

3Natasha Bedingfield

Before taking the stage as Rascal Flatts’ special guest, the singer showed off her rock star side on the red carpet in this all-black number. Bedingfield looked concert-ready in her black leather pants, sheer black top and simple black pumps, and added a pop of color to her otherwise all-black ensemble with a colorful statement necklace.

Natasha Bedingfeld at the iHeartRadio Music Festival

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