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Last night Los Angeles' Arena was flooded with the world's most notable names, all dressing to the nines for the 2024 Grammy Awards

The red carpet saw some of the fashion world's most daring looks, some setting the bar extremely high for the remainder of the awards season circuit. Everyone knows that every great party involves a quick change (or three) and boy did our favourite stars not disappoint.

 From Miley Cyrus and Dua Lipa to Olivia Rodrigo and Billie Eilish here are our favourite celeb outfit changes that didn’t go unnoticed at last night's awards.


Miley Cyrus performs onstage during the 66th GRAMMY Awards in a crystal encrusted dress© John Shearer

Miley Cyrus

After changing out of her jaw-dropping custom Maison Margiela red carpet ‘fit, Miley channelled her inner Hannah Montana for her stage performance. Donning a twinkling one-piece/ dress hybrid, which was clearly meticulously tailored to fit her bod, the star literally looked like a star.

Miley Cyrus accepts the Best Pop Solo Performance award for "Flowers" onstage during the 66th GRAMMY Awards in a shimmery black halter neck gown© JC Olivera

Miley Cyrus 2.0

It’s become very clear that this year Miley made the Grammys her own personal catwalk show, consisting of not one, not two, but three outfit changes throughout the night. That's what we call queen energy. For her second onstage ensemble, Miley donned a black sequin gown complete with a halter neck and chest cutout. The perfect gown to accept Record Of The Year for her mega-hit Flowers.

Olivia Rodrigo performs onstage during the 66th GRAMMY Awards wearing a red slip gown© JC Olivera

OIivia Rodrigo

Songstress Olivia Rodrigo most definitely nailed the trending colourway brief for her performance, donning a subtle yet effortlessly chic cherry red slip gown. The Vampire singer paired her all-red gown with a matching lip and let her brunette locks cascade over her shoulders.

Billie Eilish performs onstage during the 66th GRAMMY Awards wearing a green dress, pink head scarf and green coat© Kevin Winter

Billie Eilish

Billie swapped her Barbie varsity jacket for an exact replica of the 1965 Poodle Parade Barbie doll look. Donning an olive green dress underneath a green tweed coat with a quintessentially 60’s coded pink head scarf and cat eye sunglasses, Billie looked the part as she performed her Barbie movie ballad, What Was I Made For?

 Dua Lipa performs onstage during the 66th GRAMMY awards wearing a black buckle body suit, sheer longsleeve top and tights and lace up black boots © Kevin Winter

Dua Lipa

In true Dua fashion, her on-stage performance ensemble did not disappoint. Choosing a Versace-esque full leather buckled one piece over a sheer mesh long sleeve, the star paired her racey ‘fit with lace-up black boots and opaque tights.

Dua Lipa poses with Beyonce at the 66th GRAMMY Awards. Dua wears a black gown where Beyonce wears a louis vuitton blazer dress and cowboy hat© Kevin Mazur

Dua Lipa 2.0

Much like Miley, Dua made sure her outfit changes last night didn’t go unnoticed. After switching out of her onstage bondage-esque leather look, the star quickly changed into a simple but elegant all-black floor-length gown with an open back.

Fantasia Barrino performs onstage during the 66th GRAMMY Awards in a gold leotard with tinsel embellishments © Kevin Winter

Fantasia Barrino

Fantasia’s on-stage ensemble was nothing short of a glistening gold masterpiece. Just like Miley, the star donned a one-piece/ dress hybrid complete with cascading gold tinsel tassels and diamond-encrusted heels.