Tributes to some of the late greats, political-themed performances and one-of-a-kind acceptance speeches made the 2017 Grammys an award show to remember. But some of the outfits didn’t hurt either. Take a look at the six ladies who stood out in all the right ways.
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Standing out is something Rihanna mastered a long time ago—and the Grammys were no different. The superstar wore an Armani Privé outfit comprised of an orange crop top and black puffy skirt. Although she didn’t win any of the eight Grammys she was nominated for, Rihanna made sure to have fun with her hard-to-miss jewel-encrusted flask.
First times are a big deal and Kelsea Ballerini made sure to do it in style. The country singer, who was nominated for Best New Artist and performed for the first time ever, sported a nude, floor-length Ines di Santo gown with a floral design. “It’s one of my favorite dresses ever,” she told Access Hollywood on the red carpet.
Supporting her hubby John Legend, Chrissy Teigen slayed in a cutout Roberto Cavalli dress. She also debuted shoulder length hair, which complemented her look even more.
She’s another who may not have been at the Grammys for her music, but Heidi Klum made a splash regardless. The supermodel showed off her legs in a metallic Philipp Plein gown with a matching pair of Giuseppe Zanetti shoes. Host James Corden’s dad was clearly impressed: he flirted with the star during a comical skit in the middle of the show where Klum sat on his lap.
Looking fab in bright color! Faith Hill attended the show in a red Zuhair Murad dress and lips of the same color making it hard not to be noticed. She also had the best accessory on her arm: husband Tim McGraw who wore his signature cowboy hat.
Five years old and a showstopper already. Jay Z and Beyonce’s little girl stole the show in a pink Gucci suit with a ruffled collar shirt. She also took attention from some of the biggest stars of the night when she rushed over to join the host during his Carpool Karaoke-themed duet of Neil Diamond’s “Sweet Caroline.”