Jennifer Hudson looked amazing at the 2011 Grammy Awards. Not only did she top to chat on the Red Carpet with E! correspondents, currently, but she was one of five songbirds who gave a spectacular tribute to Aretha Franklin who is recovering from some major health challenges.
Jennifer was just one of several celebrities who showcased long tresses. The Weight Watchers spokesperson who was recently on Oprah to discuss her major weight loss, wore her tresses stick straight and cascading down to the middle of her back.
Ciara wowed the media and the crowd with her stunning gown and her extra long hairstyle which literally extended below her waist. Ciara, like Jennifer, wore her tresses completely off her face allowing the drama of her very long tresses to take center stage along with her amazing gown.
Other Grammy attendees and performers rocking super long tresses? Lady Gaga wore a very long ponytail which she whipped around on stage in Willow Smith style. Yes, Willow was there with long twists, braids and ribbons.
Katy Perry rocked long tresses as did Eva Longoria who was a show presenter. Eva 's hair was pulled back into a high pony similar to Gagas. The lovely Jennifer Lopez was there with very long lush strands and Selena Gomez looked stunning in a gold gown with her tresses cascading down her back.
Whether they were wearing their own hair, clip-ins, semi-perm extensions or wigs, many of the Grammy attendees signaled a renewed love of long lush tresses.
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