Celebrities gathered together at the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City for America’s first Red Nose Day on Thursday. The money from the charity event, which started in the UK nearly three decades ago, will benefit 12 charities and fund projects for children living in poverty in the U.S. and in other parts of the world.
Keeping it sexy for the fundraising event, Nicole Scherzinger squeezed her enviable curves into a skin-tight sleeveless black frock featuring all-over sequins and a high neck. She accessorized with a selection of silver rings and bracelets and paired the shimmering dress with black pumps. Amping up the sex appeal, the 36-year-old singer let her long tresses fall loosely around her shoulders in voluminous waves and kept her makeup gorgeous with black eye liner and sultry red lipstick.
Nicole Scherzinger celebrating America’s first Red Nose Day at the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City on May 21, 2015
Nicole Scherzinger opted for a pair of “Janis” pumps by Saint Laurent for her feet. This classic favorite has been spotted on a number of celebrities, including Heidi Klum, Ariana Grande, Angelina Jolie, Jennifer Lawrence, and Nicki Minaj. They are made of smooth calfskin leather and feature pointed toes, about 0.75 inch self-covered platforms, and 5 inch leather-covered square stiletto heels.
Nicole Scherzinger in Saint Laurent pumps
Earlier, the “Your Love” singer lit the Empire State Building red in honor of the Red Nose Day. She wore the “red nose” at the event while casually clad in a pair of white trousers, a black top, and a black leather jacket. Her hair was also worn down in loose waves, while her lips were in a dusty rose shade. She also wore the same Saint Laurent pumps as she posed at the building’s 86th open-air observation deck.
Nicole Scherzinger lighting up the Empire State Building in Red Nose Day’s signature color, red, in celebration of the first-ever Red Nose Day USA on May 21, 2015
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