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Cardi B to Kylie Jenner, Best & Worst Dressed Celebrities at Grammys Red Carpet

From Lady Gaga to Cardi B, Katy Perry to Kylie Jenner; Scroll down to check out the best and the worst dressed celebrities the Grammy Awards 2019.

Naqshib Nisar |

Updated:February 11, 2019, 11:59 AM IST
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Cardi B to Kylie Jenner, Best & Worst Dressed Celebrities at Grammys Red Carpet
Grammy Awards 2019

On Sunday, stars-aligned at the world's most awaited music awards, Grammy Awards 2019. Hollywood celebrities bedazzled on the music awards red carpet putting their stylish foot forward as Lady Gaga, Miley Cyrus and Camilla Cabello hit the high notes with their style while Katy Perry and Kylie Jenner clearly missed it.

Here are our favourites from the night.

Lady Gaga

In a strapless Celine by Hedi Slimane, Lady Gaga literally dazzled at the Grammy Awards Red Carpet. She heavily accesorised her metallic dress with more than 10 carats of princess-cut earrings and necklace was close to 91 carats which took more than a year to make.

Camila Callebo

In Armani Prive's Flamingo pink gown and Harry Winston danglers, Camilla bedazzled in her full length dress.

Kylie Jenner

The fashionista looked like a pretty pink mess in a pink pantsuit. The Balmain creation featured a flared halter top which led to a pair of pink gloves and pants. She teamed it up with a silver belt and a pair of matching pink heels.

Miley Cyrus

In a two piece oversized Mugler pantsuit, Miley rocked the all-black look like a boss lady with her chest-baring jacket and cropped, flared pants.

Dua Lipa

Dazzling in a strapless Versace gown, Dua Lipa flaunted her 100 carat worth diamond jewelry which included her rings and emerald necklace.

Alicia Keys

In an all-red look, Alicia Keys looked almost ready for Valentine's Day in an cherry gown by Armani teaming it with Bvlgari accessory.

Katy Perry

Katy Perry was the human version of a Barbie Doll or probably a pastry in a millennial pink puffy skirt. Though her hair and makeup turned enough heads, her outfit was trolled heavily on Twitter.

Cardi B

In a vintage Mugler design, the rapper looked dramatic as ever. The gown featured a sequin nude bodysuit and a black skirt which looked like it bloomed out of a clam shell.

Apart from the gown, the pearl belt, the pink gloves, a large pearl choker necklace and a pearl beehive atop of her head and a 28-carat drop earrings completed the look.

Heidi Klum

In a short white dress with her her sleeves featuring a wing made her look stunning just like her Victoria's Secret days. Klum accessorised the outfit with silver danglers, rings and a gripped a small clutch.

Kacey Musgraves

In a Valetino gown, Kacey looked glamorous and classy as the soft blush color gown complemented her complexion very well. The red sash broke the monotony of the dress and completed the look.

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