Oh, Hey Fellas! All The Fine Men At The 2018 NAACP Image Awards

Charli Penn Jan, 16, 2018

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Power star and fan favorite Omari Hardwick walked the carpet before winning his first NAACP Image Award for acting. We see you, boo!

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There is nothing Common about the feelings this man evokes when he steps onto the scene. 

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We're very secure and telling you that Insecure star Jay Ellis is bae for life.

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They don't call him Michael "Bae" Jordan for nothing.

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The Black Panther and Marshall star aimed to please on the red carpet.

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Breakout star of Get Out, Daniel Kaluuya, is a true hot chocolate heartthrob.

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There was a Lyon roaming the red carpet at the 2018 NAACP Image Awards. Empire star Jussie Smollett didn't miss the Black excellence festivities.

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Sultry Queen Sugar star Timon Kyle Durrett joined the line of dapper darlings to hit the red carpet.

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This is a crush! Yup, This Is Us star Sterling K. Brown continues his dapper awards show run, making yet another unforgettable appearance.

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Your Dear White People crush Brandon P. Bell made an appearance at the 2018 NAACP Image Awards, ladies.

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Young, rising Detroit star Algee Smith turned heads on the red carpet at the 2018 NAACP Image Awards.

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R&B singer andactor Mack Wilds was all smiles on the 2018 NAACP Image Awards red carpet.

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Funnyman and actor Keegan-Michael Key was there too, ladies! Hey, love!

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Host and winner Anthony Anderson posed for a photo opp with actor Terry Crews and comedian Jay Pharaoh.

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Actor Isaiah Washington was on the carpet to greet fans.

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Comedian and Get Out creator Jordan Peele made his rounds to support his record breaking, critically acclaimed film.