All The Best Red Carpet Looks From The Grammy Awards 2020

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by Natalie Hammond |

When it comes to awards season, the Grammys, which falls pretty much bang in the middle of the Golden Globes, SAG Awards, Baftas and Oscars, is an opportunity for the biggest stars in the music world to have their ‘bring it’ moment on the red carpet. And last night’s ceremony, hosted by Alicia Keys, proved that the word 'wallflower' doesn't feature in their vocabulary.

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Lizzo at the Grammy Awards 2020 ©Getty

The undisputed queen of loud and proud red carpet dressing has got to be Lizzo, who chose strapless and stunningly white Versace for her entrance. The video of her crossing her fingers and whispering, ‘Beyonce, Beyonce, Beyonce,’ before she was announced as the winner of Best Pop Solo Performance for Truth Hurts proves she has the heart of an angel as well as the wardrobe.

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Billie Eilish at the Grammy Awards 2020 ©Getty

Ariana Grande followed in J.Lo’s footsteps for her Grammy Awards arrival, wearing a giant puff of ice blue tulle by Giambattista Valli and almost swooning on the red carpet, while Dua Lipa channeled Nineties-style minimalism in slinky Alexander Wang. Billie Eilish, who'll shortly be needed a wheelbarrow to cart her five Grammys home, wore a neon green Gucci pyjama suit with matching face mask.

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Alicia Keys at the Grammy Awards 2020 ©Getty

Alicia Keys started the evening with a moving tribute to basketball player Kobe Bryant who was killed in a helicopter crash earlier on Sunday, while Lizzo dedicated her performance to his memory, saying, ‘Tonight is for Kobe’. Alicia managed an impressive four looks through the course of the evening, including a killer Versace minidress with thigh-high print boots, but our favourite? The Canadian tuxedo she wore to perform Underdog.

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Billy Porter at the Grammy Awards 2020 ©Getty

And last but not least, if you think the men wore boring black tuxedos and bow ties, think again. The Grammy Awards is their one opportunity to shine - and Billy Porter certainly got the razzle dazzle memo. The Pose actor had his very own Sia moment in a turquoise bodysuit and matching bolero by Baja East that came with a silver-fringed hat. Fabulous. Lil Nas X, meanwhile, updated the cowboy boy look in a fluro pink stetson and Cuban-heeled boots. Yeehaw!

SEE: The best red carpet looks from the Grammy Awards 2020


SEE: The best red carpet looks from the Grammy Awards 2020

Ardrienne Warren in Brandon Maxwell
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Alexandra Ambrosio in Balmain
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Ariana Grande in Giambattista Valli
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Alicia Keys wearing Atelier Versace
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Ali Tamposi in Tom Ford
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Bebe Rexha wearing Christian Cowan
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Camila Cabello wearing Versace
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Billy Porter wearing Baja East
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Billie Eilish wearing Gucci
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Cynthia Erivo wearing Valentino
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Dua Lipa wearing Alexander Wang
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Chrissy Teigen wearing Yanina Couture
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Ella Mai wearing Armani
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Gloria Gaynor
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FKA Twigs wearing Ed Marler
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Grace Elizabeth wearing Giuseppe Di Morabito
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H.E.R. wearing DSquared
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Gwen Stefani wearing Dolce & Gabbana
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Iggy Pop
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Heidi Klum wearing Dundas
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Jessie Reyez wearing Romona Keveza
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Labrinth wearing Balmain
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Jameela Jamil wearing Dennis Basso
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Lana Del Rey
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Lil Nas X wearing Versace
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Lucky Daye wearing Grayscale
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Lizzo wearing Versace
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Maggie Rogers wearing Chanel
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Nathalie Joachim
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Mereba wearing Pamella Roland
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Priyanka Chopra wearing Ralph & Russo
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Rosalia wearing Alexander Wang
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Shania Twain
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Sophie Turner wearing Louis Vuitton
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Yola wearing Christian Siriano
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Tyler, The Creator
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Shawn Mendes wearing Louis Vuitton
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Cardi B wearing Mugler
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