Happy Grammys Sunday everyone, tonight the toast of the music industry will come together from all over the world for the 60th Annual Grammy Awards.
Some of the biggest names in rock, pop, rap, country and dance will glide down the red carpet in all their glory.
While we can’t wait to see who will walk away with the biggest gongs on the night, we’re looking forward to all the fashion too.
Last year some of the biggest stars in music killed it on the red carpet, while others sported some bizarre looks.
Take a look at the most talked-about outfits from 2017:
Last year’s Grammy Awards were all about Celine Dion.
The singer had a very stylish comeback last year, and she dazzled on the red carpet in this bright green Zuhaor Murad gown.
It may not have been everyone’s come of tea, but at 49, showing off that enviable figure was the right thing to do.
Plus she was the only one wearing bright green on the carpet…
Another singer who killed it on the carpet last year was Demi Lovato.
Showing off her curves in this stunning gold dress by Julien MacDonald, Demi looked like an actual goddess.
With a plunge neckline at the front, and a backless design, she looked picture perfect.
She made headlines for all the wrong reasons last year, but at least she made headlines.
Lady Gaga’s outfit definitely wasn’t PC, and it definitely wasn’t stylish, but she knows what she’s doing when it comes to red carpet looks.
She definitely stole the show in this all-leather ensemble, but it definitely made our worst dressed list.
All bow down to J Lo, because she absolutely owned the red carpet last year.
Jenny from The Block did an Angelina last year, showing off her toned legs with a super high slit.
This lavender number from Ralph & Russo was literally a dream on the red carpet.
She won big last year inside the awards, and she was definitely on many best dressed lists too.
British singer Adele is known for always wearing black, but lat year she spiced things up in this green dress from Givenchy.
This look perfectly shaped her body, and definitely made her stand out.
Last, but certainly not least, Queen Be.
She wore a tight red sequence number on the red carpet, but it was her performance outfit that got everyone talking.
The award-winning star performed songs from her hugely popular album Lemonade, dressed as, an actual goddess.
Only Beyonce could pull that off…