Music's biggest night is finally here, and we can always count on the Grammys to provide some jaw-dropping red carpet style.
From classic figure-hugging dresses to outrageous style statements, the likes of Billie Eilish, H.E.R, Doja Cat, Olivia Rodrigo and so many more brought their A-game to Las Vegas' MGM Grand Garden Arena on Sunday, making it one of the most spectacular red carpets of awards season.
Take a look at some of the best-dressed celebrities at the 2022 Grammys…
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Doja Cat certainly brought her signature flair of elegance and quirk to the Grammys with her Versace sheer teal gown featuring an off-the-shoulder sleeve, a matching sheer purse, diamond jewelry, and a spiky blonde do that really feels like it came right off of Planet Her.
Dua Lipa turned some serious heads in a Versace structured bondage-style black gown featuring a strap-covered corseted-top. But it was new platinum blonde do that really made a splash. Talk about blonde ambition.
Hailey and Justin Bieber
Husband and wife Hailey and Justin Bieber made their formal looks uber comfy with oversized tailoring and drapey fabric. Hailey's slinky dress was complemented with a nice no-makeup look and undone hair, while Justin livened up his suit with a pink beanie hat and platform boots.
Lady Gaga stayed absolutely simple and breathtaking with an Armani Prive black and white gown featuring a form-fitting black front with a white train, dripping in Tiffany diamonds for a real dose of elegance.
Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker
Loved up and newly engaged Kourtney Kardashian was joined on the red carpet with beau Travis Barker. The pair drew attention with their well-coordinated jet black tailoring and Travis' flamboyant fuschia coat.
Lil Nas X
Always known for his adventurous ensembles, Lil Nas X is aiming for a big night of wins with his Balmain structured white outfit, featuring a jacket covered in sequins and a butterfly in the middle. The matching pants and platforms only served to elevate to an almost angelic aesthetic.
Black and pink form the basis for first time Grammy nominee Olivia Rodrigo's figure-hugging ensemble, going the classic route with a sleek black gown. The outfit features studded pink detailing around her curves to show off the shape of the outfit, and she paired it with appropriately pink make-up and jewelry.
Carrie Underwood kept things grand with an ombre ball-gown inspired gown featuring a tan sash and a sparkling bodice underneath.
Avril Lavigne went for the playful and youthful route, opting for a black dress featuring a tulle skirt that bared her toned legs and a top that bore some serious skin. It also featured a nod to her fans with the waist sporting the name of her latest record, Love Sux.
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Billie Eilish continued with her darker color palettes from the Oscars by donning a grand black ensemble featuring a romper underneath a cape tied together with a bow. She topped it all off with her signature raven locks and shades.
The boys of BTS fought through COVID for their second appearance at the Grammys as nominated artists, appearing in matching tones of blue, white, and brown, keeping things chic and classy ahead of their performance.
Megan Thee Stallion
Last year's Best New Artist winner Megan Thee Stallion turned up the heat in an animal-print gown, featuring a daring slit, gold appliques on the trim, a cheetah-print on the outside, and tiger-print lining.
H.E.R. brought a touch of old school Aretha Franklin-inspired glamor to her Grammys ensemble, a yellow jumpsuit featuring grand sleeves in a caftan-style, covered with gold sequins in the shape of a phoenix on one side.
Paris Hilton went for the full bejeweled sheer fantasy, covered in crystals on her see-through patterned dress and a cape to add a regal touch to it all.
Halsey embodied the mood her latest record possessed with a form-fitting burgundy leather corset-bodysuit topped off with a black skirt belted to the waist and finished off with a wide-brimmed hat to match.
Country superstar Mickey Guyton brought a sense of fun to the red carpet with her ombre flapper-inspired dress featuring tones of brown going down with a long braid. Look at it move!
The Italian fashion designer strikes a pose on the red carpet in a corseted mini dress and matching thigh-high heels. Donatella wore her trademark smokey eye makeup with her platinum hair in a sleek centre parting.
Actress Laverne Cox turned some serious heads in a sheer dress gathered fabric draping in front of her to create a smoky effect. To amp the spooky mood, she added a black netted veil, dark make-up, and dusky purple hair.
Two-time nominee Yola stole the show on the carpet in a full purple fantasy, featuring a dramatic velvet gown, nails to match, even accents of fur.
Singer and three-time Grammy award winner St Vincent caught attention in a fabulous floor-length, flamingo pink Gucci. Cara Delevingn's former partner scooped the prize for 'Best Alternative Music Album' on the night.
Brandi Carlile kept things colorful with a multi-colored patterned and sequined blazer, paired with a white undershirt, black tie, and matching wide-legged pants.
The West Side Story star put on a sweet and slightly cheeky display in a beautiful semi-sheer custom made Dior couture ballgown.
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