Yara Shahidi Reveals the Chic Tweak She Made to Her 2018 SAG Awards Dress (Exclusive)
By Jennifer Drysdale
This video is unavailable because we were unable to load a message from our sponsors.
If you are using ad-blocking software, please disable it and reload the page.
Yara Shahidi Had Her Dress Converted to Pants For the 2018 SAG A…
Inside Lil Nas X's First Met Gala With Billie Eilish, Pete David…
VMAs 2021: Avril Lavigne Teases New Music With Machine Gun Kelly…
‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ Trailer Surprises, ScarJo and Colin Jo…
Zendaya Shuts Down the Venice Film Festival Red Carpet, Rihanna …
Elijah Wood Reacts to 'Lord of the Rings' Memes and Says He's Re…
2021 Emmy Awards: Everything to Know About the Ceremony
Mariah Carey Gives Ryan Reynolds Major Side Eye as They Duet 'Fa…
‘That Thing You Do’ Cast Reunites for 25th Anniversary (Exclusiv…
‘RHOA’ Stars Reunite at NeNe Leakes’ Husband Gregg’s Memorial
Rihanna and Nicki Minaj Go on Double Date With A$AP Rocky and Ke…
Liam Payne Jokes About Zayn Malik's One Direction Exit
Met Gala: Billie Eilish Channels Marilyn Monroe!
Saweetie Shows Lots of Skin in Crystal-Covered Look at Met Gala …
Met Gala 2021: Ciara Praises Natalia Bryant, Wears Russell Wilso…
Met Gala 2021: Maluma Gets Flirty With Donatella Versace on the …
Doja Cat Stuns in Six Outfit Changes at 2021 MTV VMAs
'New Amsterdam' Trailer Teases Max and Helen's Romantic Next Ste…
Lizzo Shares NSFW Reason for VMAs Absence on TikTok
Yara Shahidi loved the Ralph Lauren gown she was going to wear to the 2018 SAG Awards. There was just one problem: it wasn't pants.
ET's Cameron Mathison spoke with the 17-year-old actress on the red carpet at the awards show, where she revealed a secret behind her stunning look.
"It was originally supposed to be a dress, but I like to move, and they were so nice to make some pants for me," she shared. "So I'd get my tuxedo dreams."
"It was amazing," she gushed. "And I have this huge bow, because why not be a little extra?"
The Grown-ish star was nominated at the SAG Awards with the cast of Black-ish for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series, and admitted that it's been pretty "surreal" to find success on both shows.