AMAs: Gigi Hadid rules the red carpet, Selena Gomez, Zendaya Coleman and …

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AMAs: Gigi Hadid rules the red carpet, Selena Gomez, Zendaya Coleman and Carrie Underwood stun.

She loved how she felt in it,” Tranchi told the Daily News, of the custom made frock she designed in just 24 hours. “She has such an innocent and angelic face so I wanted to keep it simple, elegant, but still young,” she added of Hadid who wanted to be “comfortable” on the carpet. Gwen Stefani arrives at the American Music Awards at the Microsoft Theater on Sunday, Nov. 22, 2015, in Los Angeles. (Photo by Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP) “You can check back tomorrow to see if I have short hair. It’s one of the tricks of the trade,” Hadid told “E!”calling her look “California beachy-ish.” Fellow “Bad Blood” music video co-star Selena Gomez stunned in a burgundy sequins dress and red eye shadow and Zendaya Coleman looked pretty in a pink Emanuel Ungaro dress with floral lace embellishments.

Underwood looked regal in a gold sparkly gown while Stefani chose a bizarre sheer black Al-Jasmi dress with a thick choker. “Confident” performer Demi Lovato channeled her inner old Hollywood in a black and gold lace Lorena Sarbu gown styled with a bold, flapper looking bob. In an episode called “Lucy is Enceinte” — she couldn’t even be called pregnant on the show — Lucille Ball’s character tells her husband she is pregnant (without ever using the word). It ran on CBS from 1962 to 1968 and showed a widowed Lucy Carmichael sharing a home with Vivian Bagley, a divorced woman at a time when divorce was still a scarlet letter. At the behest of telekinetic aliens who compelled them to do it, Nyota Uhura shared a steamy on-screen kiss with Captain Kirk and the pair went down in interstellar TV history. In 1972, Sammy Davis, Jr., made a guest appearance as himself on an episode of “All in the Family.” The episode was filled with jokes playing on the racial tensions of the day — and on Archie’s blatant racism — including a moment in which Davis wrongly assumes that Archie’s daughter Gloria is married to a black man.

Davis spends most of the episode at their home and, just before the 30 minutes is up, he and Archie pose for a picture — and Davis plants a wet smooch on Archie’s cheek right as the camera goes off. Wade made abortion legal throughout the country, Bea Arthur, as the title character of the show “Maude,” made a controversial TV decision: She had an abortion.

It wasn’t actually the first abortion on the small screen, but it was the first time a show explicitly referenced the procedure and involved a main character in a major TV show. At the Television Critics Association in 2015, Crystal said: “I did it in front of a live audience, and there were times where I would say to Bob, ‘I love you,’ and the audience would laugh nervously, because, you know, it’s a long time ago, that I’d feel this anger.

In May 1992, Brown gave birth to a boy, and later that month Vice President Dan Quayle roundly condemned the show for “mocking the importance of fathers by bearing a child alone and calling it just another lifestyle choice.” There’d been rumors both about the actress’s own sexuality and about a possible on-screen revelation from her character for months when DeGeneres came out personally with a TIME cover story in April 1997. A few episode after the pilot, it was revealed that the shadowy, bandaged figure named Alexis was actually the post-transition version of magazine editor Alex Meade. That same year, Candis Cayne played a transgender character on “Dirty Sexy Money” but since then there have been other characters, notably Laverne Cox as Sophia Burset in “Orange is the New Black.”

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