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Pop futurist Janelle Monae led the charge with her jaunty angled golden flying saucer hat, while Lopez made a statement in a wide-brimmed hat that for many resembled one worn by First Lady Melania Trump last year. This year, she went for a statement about Trump's plans to build a wall on the border with Mexico: Carlile rocked a smart tuxedo-style suit with a long coat while Trainor opted for a white jumpsuit with a deep neckline. Elbow-length gloves and a cone of pearls atop her head finished the look -- Cardi B brought her fashion A-game. Childish Gambino wins Song Of The Year Grammy for 'This Is America' Pink princesses Rap's woman of the moment, Cardi B, made quite an entrance in a dramatic vintage Thierry Mugler couture gown that erupted from a dark mermaid skirt in a fan of pale pink pleats behind her. Country star Kacey Musgraves, already twice a winner on Sunday in the early portion of the awards ceremony, opted for an ultra-feminine strapless pale pink gown with a fan bodice and a darker sash. That means sex appeal, lots of trouser suits and rock-star glamour. Red-hot glamor Host and time Grammy winner Alicia Keys has promised the "sickest" gala ever, with lots of red-hot performances. Sultry Cuban-American singer Camila Cabello, who opened the ceremony with her mega-hit "Havana", went for something simpler -- she glittered in a sparkly high-neck, long-sleeve, but backless, pink Armani gown. The "Girl on Fire" singer brought the heat in a plunging V-neck red Armani gown, with button detailing down the front. Former first lady Michelle Obama earned a screaming ovation when she made a surprise appearance at the start of the show in a gunmetal pantsuit with a kimono-like jacket. Michelle Obama delights Grammy crowd with girl power message The Wall not the one by Pink Floyd Showbiz is generally unkind to Donald Trump, but a few with Grammys invitations have used the red carpet to show their love for the Republican president -- and boost their social media profiles. And for others But there was a lot of red-hot fashion as well. You don't see too many hats on other showbiz red carpets during awards season at the start of each year, but the Grammys style parade is in a league of its own. And Bebe Rexha, who went on a social media tirade over designers who refused to dress her because she was "too big" -- fluttered onto the carpet in a cloud of red tulle. This year, with women better represented among the nominees on music's biggest night, music's A-list went back to red carpet basics Sunday. Sex appeal star



That means sex appeal, lots of trouser suits and rock-star glamour. And Bebe Rexha, who went on a social media tirade over designers who refused to dress her because she was "too big" -- fluttered onto the carpet in a cloud of red tulle. Elbow-length gloves and a cone of pearls atop her head finished the look -- Cardi B brought her fashion A-game. Sultry Cuban-American singer Camila Cabello, who opened the ceremony with her mega-hit "Havana", went for something simpler -- she glittered in a sparkly high-neck, long-sleeve, but backless, pink Armani gown. Country star Kacey Musgraves, already twice a winner on Sunday in the early portion of the awards ceremony, opted for an ultra-feminine strapless pale pink gown with a fan bodice and a darker sash. You don't see too many hats on other showbiz red carpets during awards season at the start of each year, but the Grammys style parade is in a league of its own. And for others Michelle Obama delights Grammy crowd with girl power message The Wall not the one by Pink Floyd Showbiz is generally unkind to Donald Trump, but a few with Grammys invitations have used the red carpet to show their love for the Republican president -- and boost their social media profiles. Pop futurist Janelle Monae led the charge with her jaunty angled golden flying saucer hat, while Lopez made a statement in a wide-brimmed hat that for many resembled one worn by First Lady Melania Trump last year. Childish Gambino wins Song Of The Year Grammy for 'This Is America' Pink princesses Rap's woman of the moment, Cardi B, made quite an entrance in a dramatic vintage Thierry Mugler couture gown that erupted from a dark mermaid skirt in a fan of pale pink pleats behind her. Carlile rocked a smart tuxedo-style suit with a long coat while Trainor opted for a white jumpsuit with a deep neckline. This year, she went for a statement about Trump's plans to build a wall on the border with Mexico: The "Girl on Fire" singer brought the heat in a plunging V-neck red Armani gown, with button detailing down the front. But there was a lot of red-hot fashion as well. Former first lady Michelle Obama earned a screaming ovation when she made a surprise appearance at the start of the show in a gunmetal pantsuit with a kimono-like jacket. This year, with women better represented among the nominees on music's biggest night, music's A-list went back to red carpet basics Sunday. Red-hot glamor Host and time Grammy winner Alicia Keys has promised the "sickest" gala ever, with lots of red-hot performances.

Sex appeal star



That means sex appeal, lots of trouser suits and rock-star glamour. And Bebe Rexha, who went on a social media tirade over designers who refused to dress her because she was "too big" -- fluttered onto the carpet in a cloud of red tulle. Michelle Obama delights Grammy crowd with girl power message The Wall not the one by Pink Floyd Showbiz is generally unkind to Donald Trump, but a few with Grammys invitations have used the red carpet to show their love for the Republican president -- and boost their social media profiles. Country star Kacey Musgraves, already twice a winner on Sunday in the early portion of the awards ceremony, opted for an ultra-feminine strapless pale pink gown with a fan bodice and a darker sash. The "Girl on Fire" singer brought the heat in a plunging V-neck red Armani gown, with button detailing down the front. Former first lady Michelle Obama earned a screaming ovation when she made a surprise appearance at the start of the show in a gunmetal pantsuit with a kimono-like jacket. This year, she went for a statement about Trump's plans to build a wall on the border with Mexico: Pop futurist Janelle Monae led the charge with her jaunty angled golden flying saucer hat, while Lopez made a statement in a wide-brimmed hat that for many resembled one worn by First Lady Melania Trump last year. Sultry Cuban-American singer Camila Cabello, who opened the ceremony with her mega-hit "Havana", went for something simpler -- she glittered in a sparkly high-neck, long-sleeve, but backless, pink Armani gown. Childish Gambino wins Song Of The Year Grammy for 'This Is America' Pink princesses Rap's woman of the moment, Cardi B, made quite an entrance in a dramatic vintage Thierry Mugler couture gown that erupted from a dark mermaid skirt in a fan of pale pink pleats behind her. Carlile rocked a smart tuxedo-style suit with a long coat while Trainor opted for a white jumpsuit with a deep neckline. This year, with women better represented among the nominees on music's biggest night, music's A-list went back to red carpet basics Sunday. You don't see too many hats on other showbiz red carpets during awards season at the start of each year, but the Grammys style parade is in a league of its own. And for others Red-hot glamor Host and time Grammy winner Alicia Keys has promised the "sickest" gala ever, with lots of red-hot performances. Elbow-length gloves and a cone of pearls atop her head finished the look -- Cardi B brought her fashion A-game. But there was a lot of red-hot fashion as well.



































Sex appeal star



Pop futurist Janelle Monae led the charge with her jaunty angled golden flying saucer hat, while Lopez made a statement in a wide-brimmed hat that for many resembled one worn by First Lady Melania Trump last year. Carlile rocked a smart tuxedo-style suit with a long coat while Trainor opted for a white jumpsuit with a deep neckline. This year, she went for a statement about Trump's plans to build a wall on the border with Mexico: That means sex appeal, lots of trouser suits and rock-star glamour. And for others Elbow-length gloves and a cone of pearls atop her head finished the look -- Cardi B brought her fashion A-game. You don't see too many hats on other showbiz red carpets during awards season at the start of each year, but the Grammys style parade is in a league of its own. Sultry Cuban-American singer Camila Cabello, who opened the ceremony with her mega-hit "Havana", went for something simpler -- she glittered in a sparkly high-neck, long-sleeve, but backless, pink Armani gown. Michelle Obama delights Grammy crowd with girl power message The Wall not the one by Pink Floyd Showbiz is generally unkind to Donald Trump, but a few with Grammys invitations have used the red carpet to show their love for the Republican president -- and boost their social media profiles. But there was a lot of red-hot fashion as well. And Bebe Rexha, who went on a social media tirade over designers who refused to dress her because she was "too big" -- fluttered onto the carpet in a cloud of red tulle.

That means sex appeal, lots of trouser suits and rock-star glamour. Childish Gambino wins Song Of The Year Grammy for 'This Is America' Pink princesses Rap's woman of the moment, Cardi B, made quite an entrance in a dramatic vintage Thierry Mugler couture gown that erupted from a dark mermaid skirt in a fan of pale pink pleats behind her. This year, she went for a statement about Trump's plans to build a wall on the border with Mexico: The "Girl on Fire" singer brought the heat in a plunging V-neck red Armani gown, with button detailing down the front. Former first lady Michelle Obama earned a screaming ovation when she made a surprise appearance at the start of the show in a gunmetal pantsuit with a kimono-like jacket. And for others Red-hot glamor Host and time Grammy winner Alicia Keys has promised the "sickest" gala ever, with lots of red-hot performances. Pop futurist Janelle Monae led the charge with her jaunty angled golden flying saucer hat, while Lopez made a statement in a wide-brimmed hat that for many resembled one worn by First Lady Melania Trump last year. You don't see too many hats on other showbiz red carpets during awards season at the start of each year, but the Grammys style parade is in a league of its own. But there was a lot of red-hot fashion as well. Elbow-length gloves and a cone of pearls atop her head finished the look -- Cardi B brought her fashion A-game. This year, with women better represented among the nominees on music's biggest night, music's A-list went back to red carpet basics Sunday. Carlile rocked a smart tuxedo-style suit with a long coat while Trainor opted for a white jumpsuit with a deep neckline. Sultry Cuban-American singer Camila Cabello, who opened the ceremony with her mega-hit "Havana", went for something simpler -- she glittered in a sparkly high-neck, long-sleeve, but backless, pink Armani gown. Michelle Obama delights Grammy crowd with girl power message The Wall not the one by Pink Floyd Showbiz is generally unkind to Donald Trump, but a few with Grammys invitations have used the red carpet to show their love for the Republican president -- and boost their social media profiles. And Bebe Rexha, who went on a social media tirade over designers who refused to dress her because she was "too big" -- fluttered onto the carpet in a cloud of red tulle. Sex appeal star



Childish Gambino wins Song Of The Year Grammy for 'This Is America' Pink princesses Rap's woman of the moment, Cardi B, made quite an entrance in a dramatic vintage Thierry Mugler couture gown that erupted from a dark mermaid skirt in a fan of pale pink pleats behind her. Michelle Obama delights Grammy crowd with girl power message The Wall not the one by Pink Floyd Showbiz is generally unkind to Donald Trump, but a few with Grammys invitations have used the red carpet to show their love for the Republican president -- and boost their social media profiles. But there was a lot of red-hot fashion as well. And for others You don't see too many hats on other showbiz red carpets during awards season at the start of each year, but the Grammys style parade is in a league of its own. Former first lady Michelle Obama earned a screaming ovation when she made a surprise appearance at the start of the show in a gunmetal pantsuit with a kimono-like jacket. That means sex appeal, lots of trouser suits and rock-star glamour. Red-hot glamor Host and time Grammy winner Alicia Keys has promised the "sickest" gala ever, with lots of red-hot performances. Sultry Cuban-American singer Camila Cabello, who opened the ceremony with her mega-hit "Havana", went for something simpler -- she glittered in a sparkly high-neck, long-sleeve, but backless, pink Armani gown. Country star Kacey Musgraves, already twice a winner on Sunday in the early portion of the awards ceremony, opted for an ultra-feminine strapless pale pink gown with a fan bodice and a darker sash. Pop futurist Janelle Monae led the charge with her jaunty angled golden flying saucer hat, while Lopez made a statement in a wide-brimmed hat that for many resembled one worn by First Lady Melania Trump last year. The "Girl on Fire" singer brought the heat in a plunging V-neck red Armani gown, with button detailing down the front. Elbow-length gloves and a cone of pearls atop her head finished the look -- Cardi B brought her fashion A-game. This year, she went for a statement about Trump's plans to build a wall on the border with Mexico: And Bebe Rexha, who went on a social media tirade over designers who refused to dress her because she was "too big" -- fluttered onto the carpet in a cloud of red tulle. This year, with women better represented among the nominees on music's biggest night, music's A-list went back to red carpet basics Sunday. Carlile rocked a smart tuxedo-style suit with a long coat while Trainor opted for a white jumpsuit with a deep neckline.

Sex appeal star



Carlile rocked a smart tuxedo-style suit with a long coat while Trainor opted for a white jumpsuit with a deep neckline. Sultry Cuban-American singer Camila Cabello, who opened the ceremony with her mega-hit "Havana", went for something simpler -- she glittered in a sparkly high-neck, long-sleeve, but backless, pink Armani gown. Red-hot glamor Host and time Grammy winner Alicia Keys has promised the "sickest" gala ever, with lots of red-hot performances. Childish Gambino wins Song Of The Year Grammy for 'This Is America' Pink princesses Rap's woman of the moment, Cardi B, made quite an entrance in a dramatic vintage Thierry Mugler couture gown that erupted from a dark mermaid skirt in a fan of pale pink pleats behind her. And Bebe Rexha, who went on a social media tirade over designers who refused to dress her because she was "too big" -- fluttered onto the carpet in a cloud of red tulle. Country star Kacey Musgraves, already twice a winner on Sunday in the early portion of the awards ceremony, opted for an ultra-feminine strapless pale pink gown with a fan bodice and a darker sash. This year, she went for a statement about Trump's plans to build a wall on the border with Mexico: That means sex appeal, lots of trouser suits and rock-star glamour. This year, with women better represented among the nominees on music's biggest night, music's A-list went back to red carpet basics Sunday. You don't see too many hats on other showbiz red carpets during awards season at the start of each year, but the Grammys style parade is in a league of its own. Elbow-length gloves and a cone of pearls atop her head finished the look -- Cardi B brought her fashion A-game. And for others But there was a lot of red-hot fashion as well. Pop futurist Janelle Monae led the charge with her jaunty angled golden flying saucer hat, while Lopez made a statement in a wide-brimmed hat that for many resembled one worn by First Lady Melania Trump last year. Michelle Obama delights Grammy crowd with girl power message The Wall not the one by Pink Floyd Showbiz is generally unkind to Donald Trump, but a few with Grammys invitations have used the red carpet to show their love for the Republican president -- and boost their social media profiles. Former first lady Michelle Obama earned a screaming ovation when she made a surprise appearance at the start of the show in a gunmetal pantsuit with a kimono-like jacket. The "Girl on Fire" singer brought the heat in a plunging V-neck red Armani gown, with button detailing down the front.

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And Bebe Rexha, who went on a social media tirade over designers who refused to dress her because she was "too big" -- fluttered onto the carpet in a cloud of red tulle. Sultry Cuban-American singer Camila Cabello, who opened the ceremony with her mega-hit "Havana", went for something simpler -- she glittered in a sparkly high-neck, long-sleeve, but backless, pink Armani gown. Childish Gambino wins Song Of The Year Grammy for 'This Is America' Pink princesses Rap's woman of the moment, Cardi B, made quite an entrance in a dramatic vintage Thierry Mugler couture gown that erupted from a dark mermaid skirt in a fan of pale pink pleats behind her. And for others The "Girl on Fire" singer brought the heat in a plunging V-neck red Armani gown, with button detailing down the front. This year, she went for a statement about Trump's plans to build a wall on the border with Mexico: Red-hot glamor Host and time Grammy winner Alicia Keys has promised the "sickest" gala ever, with lots of red-hot performances. But there was a lot of red-hot fashion as well. You don't see too many hats on other showbiz red carpets during awards season at the start of each year, but the Grammys style parade is in a league of its own. This year, with women better represented among the nominees on music's biggest night, music's A-list went back to red carpet basics Sunday. Elbow-length gloves and a cone of pearls atop her head finished the look -- Cardi B brought her fashion A-game. Country star Kacey Musgraves, already twice a winner on Sunday in the early portion of the awards ceremony, opted for an ultra-feminine strapless pale pink gown with a fan bodice and a darker sash. Michelle Obama delights Grammy crowd with girl power message The Wall not the one by Pink Floyd Showbiz is generally unkind to Donald Trump, but a few with Grammys invitations have used the red carpet to show their love for the Republican president -- and boost their social media profiles. That means sex appeal, lots of trouser suits and rock-star glamour. Carlile rocked a smart tuxedo-style suit with a long coat while Trainor opted for a white jumpsuit with a deep neckline. Pop futurist Janelle Monae led the charge with her jaunty angled golden flying saucer hat, while Lopez made a statement in a wide-brimmed hat that for many resembled one worn by First Lady Melania Trump last year. Former first lady Michelle Obama earned a screaming ovation when she made a surprise appearance at the start of the show in a gunmetal pantsuit with a kimono-like jacket.

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  1. You don't see too many hats on other showbiz red carpets during awards season at the start of each year, but the Grammys style parade is in a league of its own. This year, with women better represented among the nominees on music's biggest night, music's A-list went back to red carpet basics Sunday.

  2. Country star Kacey Musgraves, already twice a winner on Sunday in the early portion of the awards ceremony, opted for an ultra-feminine strapless pale pink gown with a fan bodice and a darker sash. And Bebe Rexha, who went on a social media tirade over designers who refused to dress her because she was "too big" -- fluttered onto the carpet in a cloud of red tulle.

  3. Elbow-length gloves and a cone of pearls atop her head finished the look -- Cardi B brought her fashion A-game. Carlile rocked a smart tuxedo-style suit with a long coat while Trainor opted for a white jumpsuit with a deep neckline.

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