Best and worst moments from the 2013 Grammys

Best makeover: Rihanna in Alaia

While we know Rihanna can be the definition of rated 18+, we were happy to see the superstar looking classy and understated. And her red Alaia dress? Simply Stunning.

Best burst of color: Katy Perry in Gucci

Katy Perry dazzled on the red carpet in her cleavage baring cut-out Gucci number. The light green complemented the singer’s striking eyes and long black hair. Way more flattering than her blue or purple mane!

Most disappointing fashion moment: Beyonce in Osman

Okay – so Queen B can take it easy after that epic Superbowl performance. However we were slightly underwhelmed by this unflattering pantsuit. Risks are cool, but we love Beyonce in flattering, feminine dresses that showcase that famous curvy bod.

Best dress code rebel: Kelly Rowland in Georges Chakra

The ladies of the red carpet tried their best to abide by the new Grammys dress code of not showing too much skin. Well Kelly Rowland certainly did not leave a lot to the imagination – we loved that she brought some edge to a mostly tame soiree.

Most predictable moment: Jennifer lopez in Anthony Vaccarello

It’s simply not an awards ceremony if J-Lo is not bringing on the sexy. The hot mama did not disappoint last night. Jen, her leg, and her boy toy certainly made an entrance and an impact.

Biggest uh-oh fashion moment: Adele in Valentino

While it’s nice to see the talented singer depart from her all black uniform, this curtain-like dress did not do her any favors.

Biggest cringe-worthy male outfit: John Mayer in Brioni

We know the quirky star can be unpredictable to say the least, but this bold blue suit was just a little much. He looked like a rebellious teenage boy on his way to prom. We wonder what his prom-date Katy Perry thought…

Best performance: Bob Marley tribute

Rihanna, Bruno Mars, and Ziggy Marley got the whole audience on their feet, jamming to some of the legend’s greatest hits.

What did you think of music’s most anticipated night?

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