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Our Top 5 Grammys Fashion Moments

February 12, 2017 3 min read

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Are we alone in saying that we didn't want to turn off last night's Grammy Awards? It was worth staying up for, and even the commercials has us hooked. The Prince tribute was our favorite part, and there were a bunch of other great performances... but there were also a couple of shaky starts. Bruno Mars' amazing cover of Purple Rainand Demi Lovato's group tribute to the BeeGees were high points. Adele quickly recovered after abruptly stopping then restarting her George Michael tribute song. Tribe Called Quest's performance took a while to gain momentum, but picked up after Busta Rhymes stepped onstage. Tribe's ensemble rap took on a political overtone, and more than a few other performers took the opportunity to express their views on the red carpet and on stage. Weighty matters aside, one of our favorite moments was when James Corden pulled performers from the audience to sing carpool karaoke. Neil Diamond appeared and led an audience rendition of Sweet Caroline, and it had the feeling of a late-night stop at a karaoke bar.

People we'd happily carpool with. How are you enjoying @j_corden as the #GRAMMYs host? Let us know ⬇️⬇️⬇️

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And of course there was the fashion. Paris Jackson has been making the paparazzi rounds lately, and she presented an award in a rainbow-hued Balmain jumpsuit that she co-designed. Here are our top five fashion moments from last night's Grammys:    

Chrissy Tiegen in a Black Crochet Gown

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Chrissy Tiegen was stunning in this, but the body-con silhouette wasn't for the faint of heart. We have to give her props for pulling off this side cut-out number!  

Adele in Givenchy

The songstress donned two Givenchy gowns, and we're evenly split about which  we liked best. The Edwardian-inspired elegance was on-trend and perfectly befitting for a music icon.    

Demi Lovato in Julien McDonald

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Demi was the definition of fierce in a see-though crochet gown. With an enlarged keyhole cutout and see through construction, it was perfectly suited for Demi's notice-me confidence.  

Kelsea Ballerini in Ines DiSanto

With ethereal layers of tulle and floral details, this Ines DiSanto gown was perfect for a newcomer like Kelsea. Her elegant feminine look stood out from the pack.    

Jennifer Lopez in Ralph & Russo

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Even though this one didn't push the envelope, JLo carried it off, showing that she can still pull off any look she throws on... that's a pretty tough feat that deserves props!  

Here's a quick run-down of the 2017 Grammys Winners:

Album of the Year: Adele- 25 Best new Artist: Chance the Rapper Song of the Year: Hello by Adele and Greg Kurstin Best Rock Album: Cage the Elephant- Tell Me I'm Pretty Best Urban Contemporary Album: Beyonce- Lemonade Best Country Album: Sturgill Simpson- A Sailor's Guide to Earth Best Rap Album: Chance the Rapper- Coloring Book Best R&B Album: Lalah Hathaway- Lalah Hathaway Live Best Dance/Electronica Album: Flume- Skin

Let us know- which Grammys fashion or performance did you like best?

    *Feature image courtesy of Galeria Paris via Flickr

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