The Best And Worst Dressed Celebrities At The 2019 Grammys
If there’s one thing that sets apart the Grammys red carpet from other awards shows — aside from the talent, of course — it’s the fashion. It’s here where stars deliver some of the boldest, most memorable sartorial statements, some of which will go down in history and others that completely miss the mark. Keeping with tradition, the 2019 Grammys show was no different. Below, we rounded up the good, the bad, and the, well, we’ll let you be the judge.
1 Alicia Keys
The Grammys host hit the red carpet in a bold red gown and Bulgari jewelry.
2 Lady Gaga
Lady Gaga has been serving looks all awards season, and this metallic Celine gown was no exception.
3 Dua Lipa
The simplicity and elegance of this shimmering custom gown by Versace was perfection.
4 Jennifer Lopez
Another memorable move by J.Lo, this crystal-covered look was pulled straight from the Ralph & Russo couture runway in Paris just weeks ago. That hat, though…
5 Meghan Trainor
The newlywed went with a custom wedding-white jumpsuit by Christian Siriano that featured sparkling cuffs, pinstripes down the side, and belt.
6 Katy Perry
Another star known for her stand out fashion choices, Perry wore a fluffy pink gown by Balmain. The Internet, of course, was quick to turn this look into a meme.
7 Bebe Rexha
After revealing that a number of designers refused to dress her size, the singer-songwriter landed on this extravagant Monsoori ballgown.
8 Kacey Musgraves
The country star went with a whimsical tulle gown by Valentino Haute Couture, revealing she chose it because it resembles the fan on her Golden Hour cover.
9 St. Vincent
The best part about this Giambattista Valli Couture floral ensemble is clearly the trailing cape.
10 Jada Pinkett Smith
The Girls Trip actress turned heads in this low-back gown with sequin details and a feather-covered train.
11 Cardi B
This list wouldn't be complete without Cardi B's iconic Mugler archive look.