R&B singer and mother of four Tiny Harris showed up and showed out in her most decadent attire at the 27th Annual Bounce TV Trumpet Awards on Saturday, Jan. 19.
The Xscape singer took to Instagram on Sunday to floss off her stunning look that sent social media into a frenzy. Harris sported a strapless black evening gown that featured an elegant mermaid silhouette which hugged her curves. She kept the look classic with a pair of diamond stud earrings, a diamond round-cut necklace chain and a sleek pair of black pumps.
Harris was styled by celebrity fashion stylist No IG Jeremy. Her makeup was crafted by Atlanta based celebrity makeup artist Sheree Glamdolls, who opted for a more subtle smoky eye look for Harris.
The singer also shouted out Atlanta hairstylist Reggie, who styled her jet black waist-length curls.
Harris eldest daughter Zonnique captured her mother’s glamorous evening look for the award show on video which has been viewed over a million times.
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When my 1st 💙💙💙 @zonniquejailee show up & get the best video of the night! 🤪 I love this wig company @wowigshair use my code Tiny to save at checkout. S/o to glam @shereeglamdolls & @ifitaintreggieitaintright gotta give @therealnoigjeremy got me this dress so long ago. With nowhere to wear it lol 👑🤑💙💋
She wrote in her caption, “When my 1st 💙💙💙 @zonniquejailee show up & get the best video of the night! 🤪 … S/o to glam @shereeglamdolls & @ifitaintreggieitaintright gotta give @therealnoigjeremy got me this dress so long ago. With nowhere to wear it lol 👑🤑.”
Fans swarmed Harris’ social media account to exclaim how “fabulous” she looked.
“That whole look was all you 🙌🏽🙌🏽🙌🏽😍😍😍@majorgirl you looked fabulous,” one fan wrote.
Another added, “Tiny you wearing that dress hunny! Black hair is definitely for you. You look amazing! 🔥.”
Harris appeared at the annual event with her husband T.I., her mother Diana Cottle-Pope, her mother-in-law Violetta Morgan, and their seven children including Zonnique Pullins, Deyjah Harris, Messiah Harris, Domani Harris, Major Harris, King Harris and baby Heiress Harris.
The 2019 Trumpet Awards were held at the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Center in metro Atlanta and hosted by R&B singer Tank and NAACP Image Award-winning actress Wendy Raquel Robinson. The show was created in 1992 by civil rights leader and President of the Trumpet Awards Foundation Xernona Clayton to honor excellence in civil rights, business and entertainment.
The awards show will televised on Sunday, Feb. 17 at 9 p.m. on Bounce.