Grammys 2017 Red Carpet: The Good, Bad And The Ugly
- Author: Ernesto Newman Feb 14, 2017,
Feb 14, 2017, 0:36
Think of all the luxe and quirk in the world put together, and that's when you get close to the unimaginable madness that storms the red carpet there.
Like every year, even this year we have the best and the worst red carpet looks. But the diva with nine Grammys nominations made up for it onstage during her performance, channeling a powerful earth goddess complete with gold crown and ethereal gown. Proudly accentuating her twin baby bump, the intricate gold design was inspired by Gustav Klimt, art deco motifs and the African sun goddess Oshun, because, why not.
Performance-wise, Morris provided one of the night's highlights by reprising her CMT Crossroads collaboration with Alicia Keys and singing "Once", while Simpson teamed up with the Dap-Kings for a goosebumps-inducing take on "All Around You".
Lopez continued her streak of memorable looks in a Ralph & Russo lilac gown with a slit up to there. Paris Jackson and Nick Jonas chose Balmain. Accessorised with Butani jewels (natch) and Christian Louboutin heels, she proved that she's still got the ability to turn it up on the red carpet 17 years after THAT Versace dress. She wore her hair in a ponytail and accessorized the sexy outfit with aviator sunglasses.
CeeLo's Monochromatic look was just too much. Others like Katy Perry failed to impress, while Girl Crush artist and CeeLo Green's red carpet appearances might go down in history as strictly "worst dressed".