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Grammys 2018 red carpet: All the best and worst-dressed celebs

Monday - 29/01/2018 07:06
LADY Gaga will have trouble getting in the building in her outfit — and one singer wore her political beliefs on her sleeve in a truly startling dress.

THE 60th Grammy Awards are being held at Madison Square Garden in New York today, with music’s biggest stars starting to filter through the red carpet as we speak.

First, the worst. Singer Joy Villa — who last year caused a stir by rocking up to the Grammys in a dress emblazoned with the pro-Trump ‘MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN’ slogan — turned heads again with a dress that was not so much fashion as pro-life craft project:

Joy Villa, wearing her heart on her sleeve. Picture: Getty
Joy Villa, wearing her heart on her sleeve. Picture: GettySource:Getty Images

Lady Gaga — who last Grammys rocked a biker chick, under boob ensemble — covered up for this year’s red carpet. She’ll be performing the title track of her latest album Joanne during the ceremony.

Gaga being Gaga, she didn’t show flesh but still made quite the spectacle:

Yaaaas Gaga. Picture: Getty
Yaaaas Gaga. Picture: GettySource:Getty Images

 

That’s one hell of a train on Gaga. Picture: Getty
That’s one hell of a train on Gaga. Picture: GettySource:Getty Images

 

Like a Goth royal wedding. Picture: Getty
Like a Goth royal wedding. Picture: GettySource:Getty Images

Lana Del Rey looked heavenly, complete with a crown of stars:

Very vintage Priscilla Presley. Picture: Getty
Very vintage Priscilla Presley. Picture: GettySource:Getty Images

Pitch Perfect star Anna Kendrick wore this sexed-up suit:

Anna Kendrick. Picture: Getty
Anna Kendrick. Picture: GettySource:Getty Images

Camila Cabello, riding high in the charts with her smash hit Havana, smouldered in red:

Camila Cabello. Picture: Getty
Camila Cabello. Picture: GettySource:Getty Images

Singer Kali Uchis, nominated for Best R&B performance, seemed to have stepped into a Magic Eye with this unusua get-up:

Making us cross-eyed. Picture: Getty
Making us cross-eyed. Picture: GettySource:Getty Images

Rapper Cardi B channelled Little Bo Peep:

Cardi B. AP
Cardi B. APSource:AP

A pregnant Chrissy Teigen glittered in silver sparkles, walking hand-in-hand with husband John Legend:

Couple goals. Picture: Getty
Couple goals. Picture: GettySource:Getty Images

Actor and model Jenny McCarthy looked like a cartoon super-villian with her blue hair and gloves:

‘You’ve won this round, Batman.’ Picture: Getty
‘You’ve won this round, Batman.’ Picture: GettySource:Getty Images

Janelle Monae rocked a blonde crop and floral-embellished tux:

Now can we expect a new album from the singer-turned-actor? Picture: Getty
Now can we expect a new album from the singer-turned-actor? Picture: GettySource:Getty Images

Actor and comedian Sarah Silverman continued the Goth theme - and was one of many celebs holding white roses on the red carpet in support of the #TimesUp movement:

Cool boots, Sarah. Picture: Getty
Cool boots, Sarah. Picture: GettySource:Getty Images

E! host Giuliana Rancic’s barely-there dress seemed one gust of wind away from a wardrobe malfunction:

All those threads ... shipwreck chic? Picture: AFP
All those threads ... shipwreck chic? Picture: AFPSource:AFP

Jaden Smith was there, doing... whatever it is Jaden Smith does:

OK then. Picture: Getty
OK then. Picture: GettySource:Getty Images

Rapper Rapsody’s pants-and-train combo was... interesting:

Even she seems unsure about it. Picture: Getty
Even she seems unsure about it. Picture: GettySource:Getty Images

The late Soundgarden singer Chris Conrell’s wife and daughters walked the red carpet - a tribute to Cornell is expected to form part of today’s ceremony:

Lily Cornell, from left, and Toni Cornell, daughters of the late Chris Cornell, and Vicky Karayiannis, Cornell's widow. Picture: AP
Lily Cornell, from left, and Toni Cornell, daughters of the late Chris Cornell, and Vicky Karayiannis, Cornell's widow. Picture: APSource:AP

Check out all the celeb hits and misses as they arrive in our live gallery below:

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