Jada Pinkett Smith Bares It All in See-Through Dress for Will Smith's Latin GRAMMYs Performance - See the Pics

The actress sported a seriously sexy frock that turned heads on the red carpet.

The fashion was fierce on the red carpet at the 16th Latin GRAMMY Awards in Las Vegas, Nevada, on Thursday, but there was one hot mama that went the extra mile with her outfit choice -- Jada Pinkett Smith.

The 44-year-old actress attended the event in support of her husband, Will Smith, who performed live for the first time in 10 years. Her head-turning dress, on the other hand, didn't have much support at all.

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Jada bared her breasts in a see-through silver frock, with embellishments that just barely kept those in attendance from seeing everything.

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With full attention at the top, Jada kept the rest of her look simple, pairing the gorgeous dress with strappy silver heels, long drop earrings and popping pink lipstick.

Inside the show at the MGM Grand Garden Arena, her 47-year-old husband took the stage with Colombian electronica group Bomba Estereo to perform a remix of their song "Fiesta." This marked Will's first live performance since 2005.

During the star-studded event, the official Twitter page for the Latin GRAMMYs kept fans up to speed with behind-the-scenes photos, live tweets and Vine videos. Will and Jada made a few appearances on the page, which you can see in the tweets below.

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The power couple has been married since 1997, and they have two kids together -- Jaden, 17, and Willow, 15. Earlier this month, Will stopped by The Ellen DeGeneres Show where he addressed his son's frequent bizarre interviews, including Jaden's latest claim that he and Willow go to a "mystery school."

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"Jaden, because we're both artists, we decided a long time ago that it's sort of better to flow with what people are naturally, more than, like, what our egos need them to be," he explained. "So we really try to find the things that they're (Jaden and Willow) good at, and support those things rather than forcing them."

Watch the video below to hear more.