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Drake Wore Six Completely Different Outfits To Host 2014 ESPYs

Crocheted tanks, jerseys, and more.

Last night, Drake hosted the ESPY Awards. Then, this morning, he was nominated for a VMA for Best Hip-Hop video. Seriously, what can’t this guy do? He brought it to the ESPYs, entertainment-wise, but he also used the opportunity to show off different looks—six of them, to be exact. Throughout his hosting duties, Drizzy managed to change from formal attire to sports jerseys and back—let’s take a closer look at them, shall we?

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Drake began the show in a suit, like the majority of the show’s attendees. In lieu of a tie he wore a pinned collar—the gold closure matched his cuff links. Overall, a pretty dapper way to kick off the evening.

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Next, after showing off his stellar impersonation skills—remember when he hosted SNL, you guys?—Drake changed into a monochromatic jersey featuring the number 24. There’s a gold OVO owl affixed to the collar—maybe some new OVO gear is on its way?

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For his third ~lewk~, Drake showed off his summer style, dressed in head-to-mid-calf white linen. The most peculiar element of this entire ensemble, though, is the crocheted tank that he wore under his shirt. Also, that necklace.

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Drake used his stage time to further confess his love to basketball player Skylar Diggins by reading her beautiful, romantic poetry while wearing her Notre Dame basketball jersey. He paired the jersey with his loosest pants of the night—some very light-wash jeans.

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For his fifth outfit, Drizzy channeled Russell Westbrook with a very colorful outfit. The red glasses, yellow vest, green pants, and multicolored shirt all combined for a whole lotta look. Coincidentally, Russell’s Barney collab launches today, which means Drake has a bunch of new pieces to incorporate into his next impression.

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For his final outfit, Drake changed back into formal wear, though this time he opted for a black-and-white tux. Again, no tie, but I mean, if you can pull off a tux without a tie, you should. Drake definitely can, so, no problem.