Grammys 2021: All the best red carpet looks by BTS, Megan Thee Stallion, Dua Lipa and more
Music's flashiest night.
Grammys 2021 was a night to remember for several reasons. For one, it was the women who took over and swept most of the big awards of the night. Beyoncé — who had the most nominations this year with nine — went home with four Grammy Awards, instantly breaking the record for the most Grammy-awarded female artist. And while Taylor Swift only won one out of her six nominations, her win for 'Album of the Year' gained her the status as the first female artist to nab the coveted award three times.
The rest of the night saw Megan Thee Stallion picking up the award for 'Best New Artist', Billie Eilish scoring 'Record of the Year' for 'Everything I Wanted', and 'Song of the Year' going to H.E.R.'s Black Lives Matter anthem, 'I Can't Breathe'.
There was no live in-studio audience this time around, but the multiple live stages and the camera cuts to nominees and musicians in attendance, made up for the lack of crowd energy. And despite the lack of an audience, the celebrities that turned up for the Grammys 2021 red carpet made every attempt to ensure that they didn't hold back on the fashion.
Noah Cyrus may have taken a bit of inspiration from Cardi B's vintage Mugler dress of 2019 but her voluminous Schiaparelli couture dress was anything but staid. BTS proved that they've pretty much cemented their position as the most stylish boyband there is with a coordinated Louis Vuitton fit for each member, while Dua Lipa channelled a shimmering butterfly in a Swarovski crystals-encrusted custom Atelier Versace number.
See more of our picks of the best red carpet looks at the 63rd Annual Grammy Awards in the gallery above.
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