Don't forget to vote on all our Grammy Awards red carpet polls!
Don't forget to vote on all our Grammy Awards red carpet polls!
Monday brings us the 2012 Grammy Awards (as well as the 2012 BAFTAs) so be sure to stay tuned for all of the red carpet beauty looks. But, as always, before we get to this year's awards, we thought we'd take a refresher course in last year's looks. Remember Lady Gaga arrived in an egg/womb, Rihanna got racy in a sheer number, Gwyneth WOWED us with her Cee Lo Green collaboration and Nicki Minaj wore her wildest hairstyle to date. Remind yourself now!
There was lots of action at last night's Grammy Awards, from the ladies fashion on the red carpet to the hot guys in their tuxes. The fun continued inside the Staples Center with a star-studded show that included memorable performances from Katy Perry, Justin Bieber and Usher, and Gwyneth Paltrow and Cee Lo Green. Between all the celebs and special moments there might have been a few moments you missed, so check out these 15 fun photos!
Here 'tis peeps! We know you've been waiting for the full round up from the 2011 Grammys red carpet, and what a frocktastic event it was! Lady Gaga arrived in an egg (you may have heard), Lea Michele sexed things up, Rihanna opted for a nearly nude ensemble whilst Katy Perry looked heavenly in her feathered wings. Top trend from yesterday's frock fest? Metallics! From Heidi Klum's disco sequins, to Miley Cyrus' bronze snakeskin number, to Selena Gomez's platinum gown to J.Lo's super short silver sheath — the Grammys were awash with hi-shine looks that spelt P.A.R.T.Y! Want a recap? Then step inside...
The big winners at last night's Grammys headed into the press room after accepting their honours at the star-studded show. Matt Bellamy proudly showed off his gold after accepting best rock album with Muse and making sure to thank pregnant girlfriend Kate Hudson. Justin Bieber didn't have a statue of his own, but he was celebrating his film Never Say Never's box office success. His mentor Usher, however, took home two — check out the full list of the honorees. John Legend claimed three titles thanks to his collaboration with The Roots, after also looking great on the red carpet with other male attendees. The ladies made the evening a stylish one too — make sure to check out Bella and Fab for all our beauty and fashion coverage!
So we've scoped out Gwyneth Paltrow's RIDIC on-stage onesie, but take a look at what the long limbed star wore to watch the show — sex-on-legs! Gwynnie parked herself next to Beyoncé at the Grammys and the pair held hands throughout the night. But besides being physically close, Gwyneth and Beyoncé were also in sync fashion-wise! Both ladies wore short sparkly numbers, Beyoncé in a black shiny blazer with short shorts and Gwyneth in a black and nude sequinned minidress. I hate to pin two besties against one another — especially when they both look stunning — but it's all for fun. Whose sparkly ensemble is most Fab?
Yesterday's Grammys in LA were a star-studded production from start to finish! The celebs went from posing on the red carpet into the Staples Center, where Jennifer Hudson, Christina Aguilera and Florence Welch participated in an all-female tribute to Aretha Franklin. Aretha herself said thank you via satellite, then Christina and her gang presented an early award for best pop duo or group award to Train. Lady Gaga emerged from her attention-getting egg to take the stage with a troupe of latex-clad dancers to sing her brand-new single "Born This Way" — what do you think of her rendition? Muse was next up to perform "Uprising" with a gang of vandals, and Justin Bieber nearly brought the house down doing a medley with Jaden Smith and Usher. Jaden's parents Will and Jada were the most enthusiastic fans in the crowd, leaping to their feet in order to give a standing ovation.
The best rock album of the year award went to Muse for The Resistance, and after giving a baby bump-revealing Kate Hudson a kiss, Matt Bellamy bounded to the stage to say, "a special thanks to my beautiful pregnant girlfriend over there!" Lady Antebellum took home top honours for their country record, and then a rather colourfully dressed Cee Lo Green appeared in feathers and with puppets to sing "Forget You" alongside Gwyneth Paltrow. Gwyneth went with the feather theme with a pair of pink earrings, but the real head-turner was her skin tight catsuit. Katy Perry sweetly incorporated images from her wedding in India with husband Russell Brand before segueing into dance mode with a snippet of "Teenage Dream," which had even Nicole Kidman bopping her head in the audience! John Mayer, Norah Jones, and Nicole's husband Keith Urban were next up to do a rendition of Dolly Parton's "Jolene," and the collaborations kept coming from Rihanna with both Eminem and Drake. Esperanza Spalding pulled off an upset in the best new artist category defeating big names like Florence and the Machine and Justin Bieber, while Lady Antebellum accomplished a similar feat taking home best record of the year for "Need You Now." Arcade Fire was the big winner with a best album nod for The Suburbs — check out all the winners here!
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The Grammy Awards were all about glamour and glitz in LA yesterday. Kim Kardashian led the pack of ladies who wore gold in a revealing gown, while Heidi Klum followed suit in a cut-out dress. Presenter Jennifer Lopez went short in a metallic mini and was joined by her husband Marc Anthony on the red carpet. A winged Katy Perry had her man Russell Brand, who was fresh off a stint hosting SNL, and her 90-year-old grandmother by her side on her way into the show, as Selena Gomez showed up solo in her gold gown. Miley Cyrus rounded up the shining stars in a "tiger pelt" dress that also showed her new dream catcher tattoo.
The night wasn't just about the sparkle though, as lots of guests chose basic black and navy for the event. Lea Michele was on trend in a thigh-baring dress, while her Glee co-stars Dianna Agron and Jenna Ushkowitz both chose the dark hue. Jennifer Hudson rocked a navy number before changing into a tight pantsuit to perform, while Selma Blair covered up her baby bump.
Eva Longoria got glam in black and white while Rihanna wowed in a daring, see-through frock. Kelly Osbourne went with lavender, and Julianne Hough looked fresh-faced in a printed dress despite feeling the effects of jet-lag from her recent trip overseas. Nicole Kidman was there to support her husband Keith Urban after celebrating her own weekend US box office success for Just Go With It.
There are hundreds of photos in the gallery so click through to see all the looks. Also, don't miss out on all of Fab and Bella's polls!
There are over 100 more photos of all the ladies at the Grammys, so be sure to keep reading!