We all know that Nicole Scherzinger possesses a very slim figure. So when she stepped with an ample amount of derriere in a sexy halter dress during the premiere of Selma in London on Tuesday, a lot of people started wondering whether she used booty enhancers with the dress.

Nicole’s snakeskin dress was an Ermanno Scervino creation. It was figure hugging and came detailed with a halter neckline, a keyhole to expose a bit of her chest, and an open-front skirt to showcase her legs. The frock was fierce, no doubt. But I didn’t like the way she teamed it with green snakeskin pumps. For some reason, two doses of snake print was a bit much.

nicole scherzinger selma premiere london snake dress pumps

nicole scherzinger selma premiere london snake dress pumps 2-horzNicole Scherzinger attends the premiere of Selma in London on January 26, 2015

What do you think of Nicole’s outfit? Did she overdecorate herself with snakeskin? Do you think classic black pumps would have been the better choice with the dress? More importantly, do you think she used booty enhancers (or butt pads) to improve the shape of her tush?

You know? We will never know whether she used pads with that dress. Besides, should it matter? She looks stunning despite the unusual choice of footwear. Don’t get me wrong, the shoes aren’t ugly, but they don’t go well with the dress.

For those wondering, Nicole’s pumps are by Crisian London. They’re crafted from a mix of materials and feature layered or overlapping panels on the counters, as well as panels on the vamps. Below is a closer look:

crisian-london-blake-pump-gallery 2-horzCrisian London Blake Court Shoes, price unavailable

If you like the shoes, you’ll need to go to London to be able to grab a pair because they’re not available online. You may also consider the Fendi Anita and Jimmy Choo Mutya if you’re after the mixed-media multicolor effect:

fendi anita pumpsFendi Anita Mixed Media Pumps, $795

jimmy choo mutyaJimmy Choo Mutya Pumps, $775

If it’s snakeskin or snake print you fancy, perhaps I can interest you in these snake-print pumps from Kate Spade and Charles David. Both feature a classic pointed silhouetted that is perennially flattering:

kate spade larisa cobalt snakeKate Spade Larisa Pumps in Cobalt Snake, $350

charles david pactCharles David Pact Pumps in Natural Snake, $99

$ 350