Grammy Style: Who Rocked Red Carpet?
Is the pop queen vying for the title of newest Victoria's Secret Angel in this winged Armani get-up?
While we've already seen the influence of Black Swan's feathery looks on the red carpet, the ''Dog Days'' singer took a more literal approach in her swan-emblazoned number.
Somewhere a parade float is desperately seeking its décor.
If her recent salvia episode wasn't enough to shed her Disney image, animal print and some side-chest action was Cyrus' latest effort.
She used to be the subject of many a red-carpet joke, but after her charming turn on American Idol and this dazzling mini, we're going to need to find some new material.
The Idol's messy 'do perfectly matched her unkempt, untailored dress — and we don't mean that in a good way.
Unless she's teasing a sequel (''Whip My Shoelaces''?) Willow's hair accessory, much like her sequin-lined skirt and platform sneakers, seems questionable... But then again, we learned long ago that the littlest Smith can do no wrong.
She may have gone the more conventional route on the red carpet, but the Glee star still nodded to the night by forgoing her usual princess gown routine for something more daring.
Like her Glee co-star, Agron put a rocker twist on an old Hollywood look in this Vivienne Westwood.
It's understandable that the movie star would play it low-key as the date of her Grammy-nominated husband, Keith Urban, but showing up in a barrage of mushrooms doesn't seem like the best way to do it.
Call this a case of the wig not matching the skirt. (And don't even get us started on the eyebrows.)
While we don't usually endorse mullet dresses, J.Hud positively rocked this Versace gown.
Entering the ceremony by embryonic egg was one thing, but accepting her trophy in a Batgirl suit was a new level of, well, gaga.
It would be hard to upstage Lady Gaga's egg-y entrance, but the rapper's hair-to-toe leopard-print get-up came close.