This shade of red hair is just stunning. Lipa walked the red carpet in a shimmery silver dress and Tiffany & Co. jewelry, accompanied by his father Dukagjin. It’s a big night for the singer. She’ll be performing at the show, and she’s also nominated for Song of the Year.
These queens are matching Grammy winners. Phoebe Bridgers, Lucy Dacus, and Julien Baker arrived on the Grammys red carpet in coordinated cream-colored suits and black ties. The trio accepted the award for Best Alternative Music Album for The Record.
Billie Eilish and Finneas
Billie Eilish rocked a Willy Chavarria look and a Barbie-themed bomber jacket. Today, she already won the award for Best Song Written for Visual Media thanks to “What Was I Made For?” The track is also a favorite in the Song of the Year category. Eilish posed for pics with her brother and lead producer Finneas.
Is chest hair an accessory? With TJ Osborne, we think so. TJ pulled up in a classic black suit, while John sported a crimson suit and cowboy hat. The sibling duo is up for several country awards, including Best Country Album.
Coco Jones has been pulling up with the best looks all Grammys Week, and today the Best New Artist nominee arrived in a bluish silver Celia Kritharioti gown. She told AP the dress needed no alterations — and it clearly fit like a glove!
You can never go wrong with all-black. Zach Bryan smiled and posed for photos with his girlfriend and Barstool influencer Bri LaPaglia. Bryan is in the running for Best Country Album for his self-titled record.
Try not to say mother after seeing this queen’s outfit. Brandi Carlile arrived in a golden yellow suit and silky, light pink bow and shirt. The singer won the award for Best Americana Performance
Put that on her mama! We can say it now: Grammy winner Victoria Monét stunned on the red carpet with a light brown, corseted dress and a gorgeous silver snake necklace. Monét’s LP Jaguar II won Best R&B Album before she walked the red carpet.
Khaki on the carpet? Jelly Roll is the only person we’ll allow to get away with it. The breakout country star was all smiles as he posed for photos in a white T-shirt and beige jacket. “Save Me,” Jelly’s song with Lainey Wilson, is up for Best Country Duo/Group Performance, and he’s also up for the highly coveted Best New Artist trophy.