Jennifer Lopez and Addison Rae Set the Hottest Trend of the People's Choice Awards

File this under reasons we love the 2020 E! People's Choice Awards.

Tonight's jam-packed ceremony is officially underway, and who better than to set Hollywood's next style trend than the celebs who attended?!

TLDR: Jennifer LopezAddison RaeDemi Lovato and more stars put the red in this year's red carpet. No really, red was the hottest color to rock at the PCAs, and it's a bold yet surprising choice that we can't get enough of. 

Their ensembles varied from the streamlined and sophisticated to the dramatic and daring, making each and every last photo opp better than the last. 

Case in point? Our photo gallery below. Some of the most stylish moments from the E! People's Choice Awards (plus our best-dressed list) are just a short scroll away. 

The night isn't over! Stay locked into E! News for more nonstop coverage, and check out the complete list of PCAs winners right here.  

She's not the People's Icon for nothing! J.Lo opted for a flirty frock designed by the one and only Christian Siriano

Lusting over Jennifer's glam? Safe to say it's from her forthcoming beauty brand so get your coin ready. 

The Modern Family star and winner of the People's Choice Award for Female TV Star of 2020 traded her signature mermaid gown for a Dolce & Gabbana number. 

You can never have too much red! The actress complemented her look with a red lip and rubies galore. 

Just a year ago, Addison was a college student sharing dance videos to TikTok. Now she's a world-famous influencer attending the PCAs in Sophie Theallet!

Glam gurus Kelsey Deenihan and Danielle Priano perfected the 20-year-old's sultry vibe. 

Designer Naeem Khan helped the pop superstar and People's Choice Awards host light up the red carpet in this fiery jumpsuit. 

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