The 2014 ESPYS aired last night, and we've gathered up a few notable red carpet moments, including a Skylar & Aubrey Graham sighting. Although they did not arrive to the show together, WNBA beauty Skylar Diggins and Drake made an appearance on the red carpet after their infamous "Can I Dig In" kissing skit on stage. Skylar showed off her athletic frame in a black Michael Costello gown, while Drake wore her former Notre Dame jersey, Jordans, and her lip print on his forehead. Oh Drizzy...
Get 'em! Iggy Azalea showed off some leg last night as she graced the red carpet of the ESPYS with her boo Nick Young. Iggy's outfit of choice was from Elie Saab's Spring 2014 Ready To Wear collection.
Chris Brown was Mr. Lonely, arriving sans Karrueche. His ensemble had a lot of character...
Iggy and Swaggy P weren't the only ones doing black--so did Keri Hilson and Serge Ibaka. It was party in the front and business in the back for the singer's dress.
NFL Star Victor Cruz went for a legging/hammer style pant look and matching jacket as he graced the red carpet with his fiancée Elaina Watley. Congrats are in order for the couple as Victor Cruz put a ring on it over the weekend!
Draya Michele was white hot as she graced the red carpet with her on again-off again boyfriend Orlando Scandrick.
Chrissy Teigen represented for the ladies in this stunning tan suit. She shut it down! Seriously!Kevin Durant had folks asking if he had won the Masters last night after he arrived in a green custom suit jacket. His teammate Russell Westbrook showed off his eclectic style in a rose-printed top and Hermès belt, and NFL cutie Colin Kaepernick cleaned up in a blue tailored suit.
Floyd Mayweather left his chicks at home and brought out the kiddies instead. He graced the red carpet with his four children while stuntin' in a purple suit. Nice job Floyd!
Michael Sam made history this summer for being the first openly gay football player drafted in the NFL, and last night he walked the red carpet of the ESPYS with his boyfriend Vito Cammisano, who was by his side when he first received the announcement that he would play for the St. Louis Rams. Later that night, he gave a touching speech as he was honored with the Arthur Ashe Courage Award.