It is the Grammy award and ofcourse everyone will want to show up looking all glamorous. What other way to announce your arrival, than to wear an outft that will have all eyes on you and make you the subject of discussion for the whole show. Many people may have been left disappointed for not winning the Grammy award, but do you know one thing that sure never disappoints, its fashion. Here is how some of your fav female celebrities showed up at this year's Grammy and here's our  honest opinion about their fashion tastes; best and worst dressed of course.

Best Dressed


This South African dame channelled the fluid movement of water in this chiffon gown that reminds us of Jennifer Lopez's iconic Versace gown.

Madison Beer

One of the best looks of the event was the princess white ball gown. It was giving royalty

Halle Bailey

Halle wore a gorgeous nude sequined gown, and she looked amazing.

Victoria Monet

This silk corset gown was lush and luxurious, a 10/10 minus nothing.

Olivia Rodrigo

Olivia looked so stunning in her shining red lipstick and white sequinned gown.

Ayra Starr

Ayra stole the spotlight in this blue sari-like gown. It definitely caught our attention.

Coco Jones

Simple and elegant. Other celebrities should take notes from Coco Jones.

Worst Dressed

Miley Cyrus

One wonders if the look her stylist was going for is a ‘hot mess’. The hair and clothes might work for a performance, but certainly not on a red carpet.

Lana Del Rey

Lana looked like she was going to a funeral and not the Grammys. It’s a cross between a preacher’s wife and an usher.

Dua Lipa

This metallic dress looked so heavy and just didn’t sit right.

Doja Cat

Doja looked like she wore tattered rags, it just wasn't 'giving'.

Taylor Swift

Many people have tagged this as Taylor Swift’s worst dress. We are bored of seeing black and white on the red carpet. The corset at the back, the train, the peep-toe shoes and the gloves were too much.

What do you think Fabulous people? Let us hear your opinions in the comment section.

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