Grammys 2021: Top 5 looks from the red carpet

Awards season is finally here. With the Golden Globes just passed, and the Oscars and Emmys coming up – we’ve got a lot to look forward to.

The 63rd Grammy Awards kicked off on March 14 at the Staples Centre in California. 

In true awards ceremony style – the event wasn’t short of drama. Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion’s ‘WAP’ performance received 80 complaints from viewers, who called it “pornographic”, according to NME. Whilst Lizzo slipped out a swear word whilst presenting an award.

Everyone knows that the best part is the celebrity outfits – nothing beats the red carpet glamour. From Dua Lipa’s glittered gown to Chloe Bailey’s golden get-up – we’ve rounded up the best looks of the night: 

Harry Styles turned heads in a mint-green feather bower. The faux accessory was paired over a black leather Gucci suit. He received Best Pop Solo Performance for ‘Watermelon Sugar’. 

Dua Lipa stepped out in a shimmering Versace number that featured a sequin butterfly torso. The pink dress was teamed with square toe heels and purple glitter eyeshadow. The singer was awarded Best Pop Vocal Album for Future Nostalgia. 

Lizzo stunned in a pastel green dress with ruched detailing. The ‘Good as Hell’ singer accessorised the Balmain look with diamond jewellery from Bulgari. 

Chloe Bailey sported a golden Louis Vuitton gown that featured a thigh-high split and delicate spaghetti straps. To complete the look – the star wore sheer elbow-length gloves and platform boots. 

JhenΓ© Aiko styled a baby pink two-piece by Monsoori with pearl jewellery. The tulle layered skirt had a five-foot-long train and ruffled detailing at the front. The R’n’B singer was nominated for Best Album.

Featured image credit: Pixabay

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