The Grammys: The People Who Were Actually Winning

It's not just about the who wins a grammy and who doesn't; it's about who's dressed best and worse.

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It's not just about the who wins a grammy and who doesn't; it's about who's dressed best and worse.

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During this year’s Grammys, the A-listers definitely did not fail to surprise us with their either stunning or bizarre outfits for the night. From floral pantsuits to fishnets, here’s a look at the best and worst dressed at the Grammys this year.

Best Dressed 

1. Cardi B

Cardi B never fails to impress fans and definitely did not disappoint at the Grammys. Her Mohammed Ashi gown paired with Christian Louboutin pumps made her shine on the red carpet!

2.  Camila Cabello

The “Havana” singer matched perfectly with the red carpet with her crimson Vivienne Westwood couture dress, which she later revealed through instagram was inspired by “the flamenco emoji.”

3.  Janelle Monae

The singer stoof out on the red carpet wearing a black Dolce & Gabbana suit, featuring many bright floral decorations. Monae sported a metallic blue-green eyeliner and topped off the outfit with a Time Up’s pin.

4.  Zayn Malik

Don’t you love it when a guy can pull of pink? The “I Don’t Wanna Live Forever” singer exceeded our expectations, pairing his light pink Richard James suit with stylish Ralph Lauren shoes.

5.  Childish Gambino

Childish Gambino’s all white suit brightened up the red carpet. Gambino paired Tod’s velvet loafers with his white-hot suit. Very classy.

Worst Dressed

1. Sarah Silverman

Although black is usually a safe color to wear on the red carpet, Silverman’s goth look did not meet anyone’s expectations. Silverman wore a Maggie Marylin dress with a Vince Camuto clutch, but the fishnet stockings and combat boots did not seem to fit the Grammys attire.

2.  Anna Kendrick

Pitch Perfect 3 star’s outfit seemed a little informal for such a formal carpet. Whether it was her lace top or pink heels, but the entire fit didn’t seem to do it for us.

3.  Rapsody

Although the dark green was a powerful color choice, the white underlay of her jacket combined with her bright red hair made the outfit seem a little too Christmas-y.

4.  Kali Uchis

Although other singer and actors were able to pull of the bright colors, Kali Uchis didn’t seem to have it right. The “Tyrant” singer wore a bold silver-and fuchsia lurex jumpsuit that really jumped out at everyone!

5.  Jaden Smith

The singer promoted his album, “Syre,” by writing the name of the album in black sharpie on his hand, but unfortunately the audience got lost in the rest of his outfit, which consisted of patched-up pants with neon writing and what seemed to be a winter coat.


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