59th Annual GRAMMY Awards: Best & Worst Dressed

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Anyone who didn’t know the 59th Annual GRAMMY Awards went down last night must be living under a rock!

Hosted by James Corden, the award show was the talk of the day following last night’s events; Hollywood’s finest didn’t fail to provide us with some Grade A drama!

We can always expect some bold fashion statements when so many celebrities are brought together for such an iconic event. Although playing it safe may seem boring, it can sometimes be the better option, as we have witnessed some pretty big fails!

Celeb Secrets offers you an inside into the best and worst dressed…  


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Lady Gaga is the first to make our best dressed list! She is the proof that bold CAN BE better, when it is done so tastefully. A risqué choice for her, but we can’t deny she just looks effortlessly cool. Sometimes, it’s not all about the outfit but also how a person owns it.


LOS ANGELES, CA – FEBRUARY 12: Recording artist Rihanna at The 59th Annual GRAMMY Awards at STAPLES Center on February 12, 2017 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Joe Scarnici/Getty Images for FIJI Water)

Rihanna was a vision! A lot of thought has been put into her look, especially when looking at the harmonious mixture of colours and amount of skin shown. The orange crop brought some edge to the look letting her tattoo show, which was counteracted by a long elegant puffy black skirt. Everything from her makeup to her hair and accessories are a win according to us!

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If there is one person that knows how to rock an elegant suit, it’s Jason Derulo! A classic tuxedo for the R&B sensation, and he even came prepared for the LA cold! The fur collar added something extra to a classic carpet outfit. No one can deny men look great in a classic-style tuxedo!

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Contrasting our previous male look, Chance The Rapper’s contemporary take on the red carpet suit was also a success, in our opinion. A bolder choice, however, handled with style and modernity. His jacket connected the casualness of a coat and the elegance of a suit jacket. This was further enhanced with his hat and retro-style shoes. A big night for the up and coming rapper, who is now not only recognized as Best New Artist of 2017, but also, one of the fashion icons of the night!

LOS ANGELES, CA – FEBRUARY 12: Recording artist Demi Lovato at The 59th Annual GRAMMY Awards at STAPLES Center on February 12, 2017 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Joe Scarnici/Getty Images for FIJI Water)

We haven’t stopped hearing it, Demi Lovato has never looked better! Have you noticed her glow? The superstar dropped everybody’s jaw in a beige knitted long dress embellished with gold sequins! The gown showcased her superb figure and golden complexion: with a chest cut-out that exposed some of her best assets and emphasized her stunning curves. The look was finished with long beach waves and killer knuckle rings! Demi has mixed an unusual fabric with a more traditional cut and has to be our favourite of the lot!


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Unfortunately, with every award show comes the disappointments, most of which came from trying too hard, in our opinion. Starting with Girl Crush who decided to walk the carpet as a walking ball pit… As much as we love a themed party, gum balls don’t have much in common with the Grammys. As a music artist, this is an awkward way of honouring the event and what it means in the music world.

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Cee Lo Green was also one who shocked the media in a strange gold outfit. Sources say the artist aimed to make a statement, introducing his alter-ego Gnarly Davidson? Whatever point he was trying to make should have probably been attempted somewhere else. People seemed confused by his decision to attend a music event of this magnitude dressed in a futuristic-looking costume out of a sci-fi movie.

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Although nominated for a Grammy Award, Elle King sure isn’t going to bring home a fashion award anytime soon! An overflow of flowers and fabric reminiscent of the Renaissance days sums it up. The matching headpiece, top and bottom of her dress / (or cho-ord?) was a little too much in our opinion, and a little too matchy as well. The patterns created by the foliage of her dress did not do her tattoos justice.

Written by Diana Espir