HOLLYWOOD'S HOT METER: Kim Kardashian, Priyanka Chopra, Or Camila Cabello - Rocking The Red Number

Colour red is too fierce for some, but ladies like Kim Kardashian, Priyanka Chopra, and Camila Cabello are not afraid of it at all. On today's Hollywood's Hot Meter, we shall discuss the HOT REDs of H-town

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HOLLYWOOD'S HOT METER: Kim Kardashian, Priyanka Chopra, Or Camila Cabello - Rocking The Red Number
Bright colours are not for all but if you have the confidence to wear it, then why not flaunt it? Brightest colour in the colour wheel is red and it is too dangerous to slip into a number that equates fire. Well, but ladies like Kim Kardashian, Priyanka Chopra, and Camila Cabello are not at all scared of colour red and on several occasions, they have worn outfits in colour red that have done nothing but enhanced their beauty.

Starting with our desi girl turned videsi, Priyanka Chopra for the recent UNICEF event wore a classy floor-length gown in red. It was a one-shoulder backless gown. She looked mesmerising as she wore delicate earrings and tied her hair into a sleek ponytail. That smile though added lot more charm to her persona than her red number.


Next, we have Kim Kardashian who has never shied away from experimenting when it comes to fashion. Though she generally opts for whites and blacks, sometimes she slips into colourful ensembles. Once she wore a red outfit that made her look HOT as fire. Red turtle neck transparent top and a tight-fitted red skirt hugging her at the right place, made her look sultry as ever.


When it comes to being colourful, Senorita star Camila Cabello too is very enthusiastic. For one of her shows, she wore a sexy red latex outfit and our jaws dropped to the floor. How can one be this sexy and gorgeous at the same time?


Now, aren't we in love with colour red already?


Image Source:-Instagram/priyankadaily/kimkardashian/camila_cabello
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