Tracee Ellis Ross is planning an on-stage costume change at the American Music Awards.
The 45-year-old actress is set to host the star-studded awards bash in Los Angeles on Tuesday (09.10.18), and Tracee has told fans she'll be sporting plenty of different outfits throughout the show.
Speaking about her costumes, she admitted: "I think it might be a baker's dozen.
"Last year it was 11. If we include what happens during the opening dance number ... there's a costume change on stage, honey!"
Tracee is also excited about seeing some of the biggest names in the music industry at the event.
The actress - who is the daughter of Motown legend Diana Ross and music executive Robert Ellis Silberstein - told 'Entertainment Tonight': "Taylor [Swift] ... I mean come on!
"And then I call them the three C's ... Cardi [B], Mariah Carey and Carrie Underwood ... That's why I came back guys, just so I could have a front row seat to the best concert."
Meanwhile, Tracee recently admitted she finds being single and childless "fascinating".
The actress isn't upset about not having a partner, but she's found she's been able to figure out what she wants from life by the constant questioning she faces about her personal circumstances.
She said: "It's sort of fascinating to be 45 and single and childless.
"Happily single, I should add. Not at home crying about it.
"These are very big and very personal questions that aren't anyone's business but that somehow, like the right to choose, become fodder for public conversation.
"Some of the ability to reflect on what I really want comes from pushing up against a society that shames me for not having the expected trappings. I'm very pleased with my existence these days.
"Have I had to learn to make friends with loneliness? Yes. I think if I were in a relationship, it would be the same."
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