The 24 best-dressed stars in Grammys red carpet fashion history


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Dua Lipa, 2021


The British beauty looked “Hotter Than Hell” in this bedazzled pink butterfly gown by Versace.

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Jennifer Lopez, 2000

Arguably one of the sexiest red carpet looks ever, J.Lo’s green plunging jungle-print Versace created such a stir that it spawned Google Image Search.

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Megan Thee Stallion, 2021

The Best New Artist winner was also among the night’s best dressed, turning heads in a bold, bow-tied orange frock by Dolce & Gabbana.

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Ariana Grande, 2020

The pint-sized diva made a “grande” entrance in this dreamy gray Giambattista Valli Haute Couture confection.

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Lil Nas X, 2020

The “Old Town Road” sensation turned heads in a hot pink Versace getup that matched his viral hit’s Western vibe.

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Rihanna, 2015

The bad gal launched a million memes when she hit the carpet in this sweet-as-a-cupcake pink Giambattista Valli Haute Couture number.

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Destiny’s Child, 2001

Beyoncé Knowles, Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams gave us total “Survivor” vibes with these coordinating green-and-gold getups — designed by Tina Knowles, naturally — the night they scooped up a whopping six statuettes.

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Britney Spears, 2000

Gimme more! Britney’s all-white Old Hollywood moment, courtesy of a Randolph Duke gown and Oscar de la Renta fur stole, was as gorgeous as it gets.

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Mariah Carey, 1991

Mariah took home her first two Grammys (including Best New Artist) wearing this classic embellished LBD.

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Madonna, 2014

Pop’s queen might be the ultimate style chameleon, but as she proved with this menswear-inspired Ralph Lauren moment, sometimes a simple look can make the biggest statement.

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Nicki Minaj, 2012

The “Super Bass” hitmaker had everyone talking when she hit the carpet in a red satin Versace robe — with a Pope lookalike as her date.

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Michael Jackson, 1984

When the King of Pop swept the Grammys by taking home eight awards for “Thriller,” he did so wearing this dazzling embellished military jacket and a sparkling version of his signature single glove.

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Lady Gaga, 2010

Gaga’s no stranger to show-stopping red carpet moments, but this intergalactic Armani Privé creation might just be her personal best.

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Mary J. Blige, 1996

The “Family Affair” singer took a walk on the wild side in head-to-toe leopard print.

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Jada Pinkett Smith, 1998

Then pregnant with her and Will’s eldest son Jaden, Jada bared her baby bump — and looked damn good doing it — in this sheer, sparkly dress.

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Whitney Houston, 1986

The late, great Whitney took home her first-ever Grammy in this goddess-worthy light blue gown by Travilla Couture.

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Ciara, 2016

The star showed off her goodies in this leggy, low-cut Alexandre Vauthier Couture gown, pulling off the look better than anyone else possibly could.

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Gwen Stefani, 2006

The No Doubt rocker cradled her baby bump in an ombré animal-print gown from her own L.A.M.B. label.

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Lana Del Rey, 2018

Lana looked downright celestial in this starry Gucci gown and matching crown.

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Shania Twain, 1999

The country superstar’s shimmering white turtleneck gown by Marc Bouwer did impress us much.

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