The 59th Annual Grammy Awards took place on Sunday located at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California. Being one of the best live awards shows in America, the Grammys brings the country’s best artists together. With bringing together diverse individuals and mixing unique personalities, the pre-Grammy red carpet is considered one of the most honored carpets to walk. People say that if an artist is invited to walk the red carpet at the Grammys, that’s how a person knows they made it in the music industry.
Any red carpet brings out the best and worst in people. Especially on what people are wearing. Whether there’s too much going on with the look or not enough material to consider the design clothing, the internet is the red carpet’s most judged source when determining what celebrities looked incredible, and what celebs needed to head to the dressing rooms to change.
1. Rihanna – Best
Black and orange is a bold color combination to wear because a person doesn’t want to look like they are celebrating Halloween. But Rihanna looked fabulous in her orange crop top and black ruffled skirt. Armani Prive created a fierce look that had everyone looking Rihanna’s way when she strutted down the red carpet.
2. Tori Kelly – Best
Wearing a dress by Badgley Mischka, Tori Kelly looked stunning in a flowing, emerald number that complimented Kelly’s physical attributes. The high-low hem cut, as well as the off the shoulder style, had Kelly looking absolutely beautiful.
3. Jennifer Lopez – Worst
I was disappointed in Ralph & Russo for dressing J. Lo in this strange purple number. I think the dress has potential, but it didn’t quite reach the appeal that I think it should’ve. I like that it’s fun, flirty and that Jennifer Lopez always has a smile on her face while she’s wearing it, but I’m not a fan of the neck embellishment and the angles of the dress. This designer had the chance to dress Jennifer Lopez, the least he could do was make her look like the fabulous queen she is.
4. Heidi Klum – Worst
Philip Plein really tested hemline limits with this dress. Heidi Klum looked very good in the metallic silver dress, as she looks amazing in everything that she wears, but her dress was so short that it took away from the rest of the look itself. When I saw the picture of Klum’s Grammy attire, I was so distracted by how shockingly short the dress was, that I couldn’t stop focusing on that aspect of the gown. It’s a nice look on Klum and Plein did a great job with it, just next time do America a favor and cover Klum’s bottom half.
5. Laverne Cox – Best
Laverne Cox wore a bold gown to the Grammys and took the red carpet by storm. The leather beauty fit her figure perfectly and corresponded well with the chain embellishments that traveled down both sides of the dress. Cox revealed she felt strong and confident in her Grammy look.
6. Lady Gaga – Worst
People saw a little more of Lady Gaga than they expected since her outfit revealed serious amounts of underboob. I’m not sure why showing underboob is a trend right now, but I personally don’t think it’s flattering. But Gaga certainly made a statement on the carpet, as she always does. Designer Alex Ulichny successfully made sure of that.
7. Demi Lovato – Best
Demi Lovato let out her inner Kim Kardashian on Sunday as she posed on the red carpet in a stunning chainmail dress that complimented her physical attributes beautifully. Julien MacDonald designed Lovato’s look and nailed it.
8. Katy Perry – Worst
I was really confused by Katy Perry’s Grammy outfit. The look didn’t flatter her in any way, and the furry skirt looked as if she was taking a trip to Alaska after the award show. Designer Tom Ford could’ve done a better job with this design. For next time, maybe fur should be avoided entirely.
9. Halsey – Worst
Halsey showed up to the 59th annual Grammy Awards in an outfit that strongly resembled blue silk pajamas. Did someone forget to tell Halsey that pajama tops should be buttoned up? I guess so.
10. Girl Crush – The Worst
This woman clearly wore this horrific outfit for attention, and to become the number one search on Google. She looks like a walking gumball machine, and that’s not a good thing. No one should look like they fell into a ball pit and came out looking like all the balls in the pit stuck to their rear end.
11. Joy Villa – Best
Joy Villa had serious guts to wear a Trump dress to the Grammys. You go, girl! Villa received a lot of hate from people for wearing this look. Honestly, I think it shows how strong of a woman she is. The fact that she confidently wore this gown that displayed such controversy and carried herself with such dignity shows how secure Villa is within herself. To me, that is the true definition of a strong, independent woman. Villa perfectly displayed her strong independence as she walked the red carpet in her Trump gown.
12. Adele – Best
Although Adele’s look wasn’t one of my favorites, her dress complimented her body well. Adele’s Givenchy gown looked absolutely adorable on her. Combined with her makeup and hair, Adele’s overall Grammy style gave viewers a vintage, more mature vibe that only Adele can truly pull off.
13. Chrissy Teigen – Best
Chrissy Teigen strutted her stuff in a sexy black gown that looked incredible on her. I’m sure every man on the red carpet was turning their heads her way when she passed by, including her hubby John Legend.
14. Celine Dion – Worst
I’m not really sure why Celine Dion decided to wear green to the Grammys because green is not her color. Last winter, Dion recruited a new stylist. Maybe she should go back to her original design crew because this Zuhair Murard look wasn’t cutting it. People were looking forward to Dion’s Grammy attire, but I feel her look was a bit of a letdown. With all the fashion hype Dion has been receiving lately, many people expected her to have a fabulous Grammy look.
15. CeeLo Green – What?
I’m not really sure how to describe this look other than the fact that CeeLo Green looks as like a golden transformer. I appreciate the effort to be different, but let’s limit costumes to only be worn at Halloween and not at the Grammys.