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Faith Evans Stuns in Plunging Glittery Gown as She and Husband Stevie J Attend Clive Davis' Annual Pre-Grammy Bash

Claudine Varela
Jan 29, 2020
03:20 A.M.
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Faith Evans looked stunning in her burgundy gown with a thigh-high slit attending the Pre-Grammy gala with her husband, Stevie J. She performed and lead the salute to Diddy, who was the night's Industry Icon awardee.  


Stars descended Sunday night to be part of the Grammy Awards but prior to that, a Pre-Grammy Gala was held the night before and  Stevie J and Faith Evans were among those who came dressed to the nines. Faith was glittering in her revealing gown and Stevie described their appearance as “iconic.”

Stevie J and Faith Evans at the post-show of the 2018 Soul Train Awards in Las Vegas. | Photo: Getty Images



Stevie and Faith showed up looking elegant in their respective OOTD’s -Stevie in his dark pants and white long-sleeved top with a silver chain on his neck and Faith in a glittery burgundy gown with a thigh-high slit.

Faith stood tall in her black pointy heels as she showcased her cleavage through her gown’s dangerously low neckline. A great portion of her rose tattoo peeked from one side of her neckline. A ribbon tied around her waist flaunted her slim waist. She kept her hair down as giant curls framed her made-up face.


A photo of the couple was shared by Stevie on his Instagram and captioned, “Iconic. #DaJordans.” Fans reacted with lit emojis and praises for them.

The Grammy celebrations took a serious turn the following day due to the news of Kobe Bryant’s death.



The annual Pre-Grammy Gala hosted by Clive Davis was held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel was well-attended with the likes of Jay-Z, Beyonce, John Legend, Quincy Jones, Cardi B, Offset, Usher, Joni Mitchell, Cyndi Lauper, and Jamie Foxx present. The night was a special tribute to Sean “Diddy” Combs who was honored with the Grammy’s Salute to Industry Icons Award.

Faith was among those who performed that night. She also joined Lil Kim, Diddy’s son and King Combs in leading the salute to Diddy who gave a forty-five-minute speech after.



The Grammy celebrations took a serious turn the following day due to the news of Kobe Bryant’s death.  Awards night host, Alicia Keys introduced the show paying tribute to the 41-year-old basketball legend who tragically died in a helicopter crash along with eight other people including his daughter, Gianna.

Ironically, the Grammys was held at the Staples Center which Alicia fittingly described as “the house that Kobe Bryant built.” The silence in the room throughout her introduction set the mood for the night.



Many stars paid tribute to Kobe in their own little way following news of his death. Stevie was among those who took to their Instagram to commemorate the iconic athlete. He shared a photo of Kobe about to take a shot and simply captioned it, “R.I.P @kobebryant.”

Kobe's unexpected death drew fans outside the Staples Center while the Grammys was going on. Crowds gathered to share in each other's grief and brought flowers, candles, jerseys, and other basketball memorabilia. The stadium lights turned purple and gold as an ode to Kobe who played for the Los Angeles Lakers for over two decades.