At the 60th Grammys, who worked the red carpet? And who was the biggest flop on the (fashion) charts?

The Grammys is always the most outrageous red carpet. It’s the night where the guests take the boldest risks and, for the most part, can get away with it. The 60th annual awards show, which returned to Madison Square Garden, was one to remember for many reasons, not the least of which was the crazy fashion choices by some of the biggest names in music.

Lady Gaga (Best)

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Gaga is always one to watch on the red carpet, whether she's nude or wearing meat. This year, Gaga went for it. This eye-catching jeweled jumpsuit paired with this bold skirt is the perfect look for this show. She is also rocking those platforms like a champ.

Chrissy Teigen (Worst)

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 The long bell sleeves don’t do Teigen justice, and she usually is on the best-dressed lists. Even though silver is a big color on the Grammys red carpet, the material makes this look too constricting on the pregnant star. There are ways to work a pregnancy look, but this isn’t it. She does match her husband, John Legend, quite well.

Miley Cyrus (Best)

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 Cyrus got to sing with Elton John on the main stage, but she truly shone on the red carpet. She is the perfect mixture of cute and chic in this black ensemble. Perfect shoes, and I even love the cape.  

Cardi B (Worst)

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Cardi B surely wanted to feel like a princess, and while she did amazing on the stage, she fell flat on the carpet. While the material is beautiful (and goes with her big engagement ring),this look would probably be better if it was longer on the rapper.

Camila Cabello (Best)

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The “Havana” singer brought heat to the red carpet in this ensemble that resembles a rose. This fire-engine-red dress looks great on the young star, and while I would’ve liked to see her hair down, the up-do works fine too.

Anna Kendrick (Worst)


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I don’t know what the funny actress was going for in this, but it is all wrong -- and usually I’m a big fan of anyone in a pantsuit. The pants are too baggy in this Balmain suit, and the shoes don’t work at all.

Hailee Steinfeld (Best)

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This is definitely one of my favorite looks of the night. Her makeup is beautifully done, the white dress with a dramatic slit looks amazing on her skin, and the boots add the right amount of spicy flair.

Maren Morris (Worst)

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There is simply too much going on in this nominated country singer’s ensemble. Too many cutouts and too many jewels. Just way too much.

SZA (Best)

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 The most nominated woman of the night (though she somehow won NOTHING) looked like a fairytale queen. She looks gorgeous, and her makeup is perfectly matched in this icy, angelic look. The accents work beautifully with this ensemble, and the fabric is heavenly. We are not worthy.   Anyone we missed? Best dressed or worst? Leave a comment below.

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