10 Days To Grammy: Most Iconic And Extravagant Beauty Looks Of Times

Nagini Shree |Feb 01, 2019

From Lady Gaga and Beyoncé to Destiny's Child and Madonna, here are the most iconic Grammy Awards red carpet moments in music history.

The Grammy Awards red carpet is one you don't want to miss. Not only prestigious rewards but also memorable fashion moments all made headlines.

As the 61st Grammy Awards are coming closer, we took a stroll back to see some of the most iconic fashion moments from the big show. Get ready for the gowns that stunned, shocked, and completely surprised us.

Cher, 1974

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Cher looked like an embodiment of Lisa Frank from fairy-tale land with all-white dress accompanied with accessories in shape of a butterfly.

Pat Benatar, 1982

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Pat Benatar dressed in a stunning lace-up outfit and went with purple makeup.

Cyndi Lauper, 1984

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Cyndi Lauper looked quirky and made people image a clown with 80s colourful mash-up.

Babs, 1986

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Babs wore a gold lamé to 28th Grammy to receive an award for the Best Pop Vocal Performance for a Broadway Album.

Selena, 1994

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Selena wore a sparkly white halter dress, a bouffant, and her red lip at the Grammy's.

Mariah Carey, 1996

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Mariah Carey went for a two-piece ensemble in 1996.

Gwen Stefani, 1998

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No Doubt, this was one of the first sheer dresses spotted on the Grammys red carpet - ever.

Madonna, 1999

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Arthur Golden’s 1997 book, Memoirs of a Geisha, inspired this look on the pop star, who scooped up three awards at the show, including Best Pop Album for Ray of Light.

Britney Spears, 2000

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Britney Spears channelled into va-va-voom Marilyn Monroe glamour in this all-white combination.

Jennifer Lopez, 2000

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Jennifer Lopez wore that iconic, plunging, tropical-printed Versace dress to the 2000 show. And surprisingly, it even helped inspire the idea of Google Images. "At the time, it was the most popular search query we had ever seen," said Google executive founder Eric Schmidt.

Alicia Keys, 2002

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The "Fallin’" singer nabbed five Grammys, including Best New Artist.

Avril Lavigne, 2003


Avril Lavigne appeared like a hero in a Batman-themed set.

Mary J. Blige, 2004

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The R&B singer lit up the red carpet with this neon-yellow outfit. She opted for a fur coat over a sequined dress and paired with metallic green heels.

Christina Aguilera, 2006

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Christina Aguilera channelled successfully the legendary figure Marilyn Monroe with a silky silver dress, paired with a silver bag. She completed the look by wearing her platinum blonde hair in curls and adding a bold red lip.

Taylor Swift, 2008

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Taylor Swift made her Grammy debut in a custom-made outfit from designer Sandy Spika with a fitted bodice and flowing skirt. Her fashion evolution has definitely come a long way since she being nominated for Best New Artist.

M.I.A, 2009

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Pregnant M.I.A. arrived at the show showing off her baby bump in this crazy part-sheer, part-polka dot mini dress.

Lady Gaga, 2010

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Lady Gaga was out of this world in this larger-than-life dress that looks like it's spun from fairy dust by Armani Privé, which she paired with a pointy star that she held the whole time.

Katy Perry, 2011

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Katy Perry wore a never-seen-before dress for the 2011 Grammys. It was a Giorgio Armani custom made an iridescent silk organza skirt and crystal bustier accompanied by a white wing, which made the singer become an actual angel on the red carpet.

Nicki Minaj, 2012

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Nicki grabbed all attention on the red carpet by bringing a replica of the Pope as her date and donning a hooded scarlet robe.

Adele, 2013

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Adele went for Valentino Couture dress at the Grammys.

Madonna, 2014

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Instead of wearing a traditional dress, Madonna opted for a Ralph Lauren suit and matching black hat (which was almost identical to David's ensemble) with her adorable 8-year-old son, David.

Gwen Stefani, 2015

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Gwen Stefani wore an Atelier Versace jumpsuit.

Selena Gomez, 2016

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Selena Gomez mesmerized the red carpet when she stepped out in this sequined Calvin Klein number, complete with cut-outs and a deep V neckline. She walked the red carpet with BFF Taylor Swift.


Jennifer picked a pale pastel purple outfit for her high-slit, low-cut gown with giant tulle neck bow, plus Butani jewels, a Judith Leiber clutch, and champagne Christian Louboutin pumps.

Cardi B, 2018

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The Bodak Yellow rapper hit the Grammys carpet by storm in her voluminous white gown from Ashi Studio and Christian Louboutin shoes.


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