Wonder how your favourite fashion icons looked before they were the A-listers they are today? Before stylists, designer collaborations and fragrance deals? These ladies were always beautiful, but with time and experience, they've turned into the most stylish women in Hollywood. The transformations will shock you.
For as long as I can remember, save for the comedic goddess that is Maya Rudolph, the only Black women I've seen on SNL were the musical guests -- or the Black male cast members in drag. A look back at the history of SNL reveals that in the show's 38-season run (first airing on October 11, 1975), there have been only three Black female cast members -- Danitra Vance, Ellen Cleghorne, and the aforementioned Maya Rudolph. So, what gives? It would be wonderful if we even had a Black woman host SNL once in a while. Halle Berry hosted back in 2003. Janet Jackson and Queen Latifah played host/musical guest double duty in 2004. Since then, no Black woman has graced the stage in a hosting capacity.