• 48em
  • 48fb
  • 48tw
Share It
  • Rihanna (2013)

    Rihanna (2013)

    We may be used to seeing Ri-Ri rock barely-there outfits, but the singer showed off her romantic side back in 2013 when she embraced a whimsical red draped gown by Azzedine Alaï. Teamed with soft curls and a classic red lip, it was a fashion win for the star.

    Photo Credit: Getty

  • Carrie Underwood (2012)

    Carrie Underwood (2012)

    There's no better excuse than the red carpet to rock some sequins, and country singer Carrie Underwood showed us how to pull off the look perfectly at the 2012 Grammy Awards. Wearing a silver Gomez-Gracia gown, the long sleeves and floor-length style contrasted the sexy open back design beautifully.

    Photo Credit: Getty

  • Kelly Rowland (2013)

    Kelly Rowland (2013)

    When stars try to do risqué on the red carpet it can look a little desperate, but Kelly Rowland proved revealing panels can be done the right way at the 2013 awards. Her black Georges Chakra sheer panelled dress showed off just enough skin to be both chic and sexy.

    Photo Credit: Getty

  • Taylor Swift (2014)

    Taylor Swift (2014)

    Taylor Swift never does wrong in the style stakes, but the country singer turned fully fledged pop star looked especially sensational in a Gucci Première gold lame gown in 2014.

    Photo Credit: Getty

  • Katy Perry (2014)

    Katy Perry (2014)

    We can always rely on Katy Perry to inject the fun factor into any red carpet occasion, but her 2014 Grammy gown was both fun and feminine in equal measures. The Valentino dress featured masses of white soft tulle and musical notes and ensured all eyes were on the Roar singer.

    Photo Credit: Getty

  • Jennifer Lopez (2000)

    Jennifer Lopez (2000)

    Arguably responsible for making J-LO an icon, no other Grammy dress has managed to top the Versace green down-to-the-navel gown that Jennifer wore back in 2000.

    Photo Credit: WireImage

  • Fergie (2008)

    Fergie (2008)

    When it comes to wearable colors, yellow doesn't rank highly on the list. However, Fergie managed to pull off the look effortlessly back in 2008 in a yellow Calvin Klein column strapless dress.

    Photo Credit: Getty

  • Selena Gomez (2011)

    Selena Gomez (2011)

    Selena Gomez proved she was all grown up back at the 2011 Grammy Awards in a show-stopping metallic plunge neck gown by designer J Mendel. Teamed with glossy Hollywood curls and metallic accessories, it was a winning style formula for Selena.

    Photo Credit: Getty

  • Beyonce (2005)

    Beyonce (2005)

    You know a dress is a hit when it can still be worn a decade later without looking dated. Beyonce's elegant black and gold trimmed Roberto Cavalli gown at the 2005 show wouldn't look out of place at this year's event.

    Photo Credit: Getty

  • Gwen Stefani (2006)

    Gwen Stefani (2006)

    Gwen Stefani proved that maternity style doesn't need to equate boring back in 2006. Wearing an ombre leopard print gown that she designed herself, Stefani looked flawless with her growing baby bump.

    Photo Credit: Getty

  • Christina Aguilera (2006)

    Christina Aguilera (2006)

    Christina Aguilera went for old school Hollywood glamour back in 2006 in a white satin, slinky gown. She completed her look with her peroxide blonde hair in neat waves and a flash of bold red lipstick.

    Photo Credit: Getty

  • Beyonce in 2010

    Beyonce in 2010

    Beyonce shunned the favoured floor-length dress option back in 2010 for a short sassy sequin number. The dazzling dress, teamed with statement glittering earrings, ensured Beyonce stood out from the crowd for all the right reasons.

    Photo Credit: Getty

  • Lady Gaga in 2010

    Lady Gaga in 2010

    When it comes to memorable looks, we can always rely on Lady Gaga to pull something out of the bag. The Telephone singer went for a celestial custom creation by Giorgio Armani Prive for the 2010 Grammy Awards.

    Photo Credit: Getty

  • Whitney Houston in 1986

    Whitney Houston in 1986

    Whitney Houston wore a sky blue gown with sparkling strap detail when she scooped her first ever Grammy back in 1986.

    Photo Credit: WireImage

  • Mary J Blige in 2007

    Mary J Blige in 2007

    R&B powerhouse Mary J Blige dressed her curves to perfection at the 2007 awards show in a floor-length ivory gown by Michael Kors. She paired the dress with a simple pewter waist-cinching belt and co-ordinating clutch.

    Photo Credit: Reuters

  • Britney Spears in 2000

    Britney Spears in 2000

    It’s hard to believe fifteen years have passed since Britney stepped out in a white Randolph Duke halter neck dress back in 2000. The star channelled some old school Hollywood vibes in the classic number paired with an Oscar De La Renta wrap.

    Photo Credit: Getty

  • Faith Hill in 2008

    Faith Hill in 2008

    Proving that an elegant black dress is always a wise choice, Faith Hill looked flawless in Valentino at the 2008 show. With a chic updo and classic black clutch Hill proved that less is always more.

    Photo Credit: Getty

  • Shania Twain in 1994

    Shania Twain in 1994

    Shania Twain showed us that you don’t need to flash the flesh to be sexy back in 1994 when she covered up in a white turtleneck gown by Marc Bouwer. The bodycon style showcased Twain’s hourglass figure.

    Photo Credit: Getty

  • Katy Perry in 2010

    Katy Perry in 2010

    Inspired by a recent trip to India, Katy Perry added some ethnic influences to her 2010 Grammy look by accessorizing her daisy-embellished Zac Posen gown with a gold bindi.

    Photo Credit: AP

  • Ciara in 2010

    Ciara in 2010

    R&B beauty Ciara showed off her enviable legs in a black jewel encrusted Givenchy number back in 2010. The haute couture gown may not have been a safe option, but the risk paid off for Ciara who looked sensational on the red carpet.

    Photo Credit: Getty

Share It