Grammys 2017: Best and Worst Dressed
As only she can, Rihanna stunned in Armani Privé, wearing an orange bra top paired with a voluminous tiered black skirt.
Adele walked the red carpet in a green dress before changing into a stunning gown for her opening number. The "Hello" singer glowed in the pleated number with mosaic detailing at the chest.
Before winning Best R&B Performance for "Cranes in the Sky" Solange stole the show at the red carpet in a gold gown, featuring a daring slit and a structural shoulder.
BEST: Chance the Rapper
Best New Artist Winner Chance the Rapper made his signature baseball cap red-carpet style, pairing the topper with a well-cut grey suit.
BEST: Diana Gordon
Nominated as a part of Beyoncé's Album of the Year nod for Lemonade, Diana Gordon, who picked up writing and producing credits for the project, looked gorgeous on the red carpet at the Grammys. She wore a creative twist on the classic black gown, featuring cutouts and tied sleeves.
BEST: Heidi Klum
Heidi Klum was effortlessly beautiful on the Grammys carpet. The model showed off her famous legs in a cropped metallic minidress, pairing the silver number with matching peep-toe heels.
Best Dance/Electronic Album Winner Flume (Skin) looked chic in a black suit. His two-button jacket took his look to the next level with artistic accents on the lapel.
BEST: Maren Morris
Maren Morris turned heads in Michael Costello at the Grammys. The Best New Artist nominee rocked the sexy purple dress with white ankle-strap heels.
BEST: Jason Derulo
Jason Derulo made sure no one forgot his name in a luxe Grammys ensemble. A presenter at the show, the singer topped off his tuxedo with a fur-trimmed coat.
BEST: Kelsea Ballerini
Kelsea Ballerini shined in an ethereal gown at the Grammys. The Best New Artist nominee's gown was covered in dainty floral appliques.
WORST: Girl Crush
Singer Girl Crush treated the Grammys as child’s play, wearing a bright pink bra top with an out-there skirt. The voluminous number was covered in brightly colored balls and matched to a clutch purse, also embellished with the ball pit staple.
WORST: Joy Villa
Singer Joy Villa used the Grammys red carpet to make a political statement, wearing an ill-fitting red-white-and-blue dress reading, “MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN.”
Rapper Designer slipped into a sharp velvet jacket and trousers for the night but forgot one crucial thing: his shirt. The performer walked the red carpet with his jacket over his bare chest.
WORST: Mike Posner
Mike Posner opted for an interesting look at the Grammys, taking notes from the Joker with his neon green hair.
WORST: CeeLo Green
CeeLo Green was unrecognizable in a gold getup, wearing a metallic gown with a matching face mask.
Halsey missed the mark, wearing a royal blue outfit that looked more like pajamas than red-carpet wear.