Jan 19, 2017 10:47 AM EST By Lauren DuBois

People's Choice Awards Best Dressed 2017: Jennifer Lopez, Ali Larter & More Wow On Red Carpet [PHOTO]

These looks were among the best of the night

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  • The People's Choice Awards are a night where the stars get to have some fun and play with their fashion, opting for either glam and gorgeous gowns, flirty and fun ensembles, or ones that may be a huge risk—but one that pays off.
    Here are 7 looks we loved the most from the 2017 show:
  • Jennifer Lopez: Easily one of the best looks of the night, J. Lo stunned in a sexy black Reem Acra gown which hugged her curves and still made a sexy statement with a bold jeweled cut-out in the front
  • Ali Larter: The actress' colorful patterned dress was youthful in the right way, and brought some great Spring vibes to the carpet
  • Victoria Justice: The actress and singer knew how to showcase her legs in a stunning gold mini by Yousef Al-Jasmi
  • Ruby Rose: The Orange is the New Black star was risk done right in an eye-catching bright orange Veronica Beard pantsuit which showed some skin and edgy makeup
  • Ashley Greene: Greene rocked the carpet in another Spring-oriented hue, with a sparkly and still somewhat distressed lilac dress by Christopher Dodd
  • Priyanka Chopra: Chopra stunned in a fun and flirty two-piece ensemble by Sally La Pointe
  • Blake Lively: Lively's sparkly fringe number by Elie Saab had a vintage vibe to it, bringing back a little feel of the 1920s and Flappers, but without feeling costumey
  • Photo Credit Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images
  • Photo Credit Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images
  • Photo Credit Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images
  • Photo Credit Christopher Polk/Getty Images for People's Choice Awards
  • Photo Credit Christopher Polk/Getty Images for People's Choice Awards
  • Photo Credit Christopher Polk/Getty Images for People's Choice Awards
  • Photo Credit Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images
  • Photo Credit Christopher Polk/Getty Images for People's Choice Awards
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