Pop star will perform alongside several other music A-listers in a tribute to Dolly Parton
After a year in New York City, the Grammy Awards were back in Los Angeles. Alicia Keys, a 15-time Grammy winner, hosted the show for the first time.
If you thought Hollywood award shows couldn’t get much more political than when Meryl Streep delivered an anti-Trump speech while accepting her lifetime achievement award at the Golden Globes, gird yourself because the Grammys red carpet got even more serious about the movement. But for this particular celeb-studded affair, instead of pointed remarks and eloquent speeches focused on the President and his policies, stars were letting their red carpet outfits make the political statement for them, ranging from Katy Perry‘s very blunt armband to Blue Ivy‘s more subtle statement purse.
Pharrell Williams arrived at the 2016 Grammys looking more like he was stepping out for a latte than attending a prestigious awards ceremony. He walked the red carpet in shredded, graffitied denim, sporty sneakers from his ongoing collaborative line with Adidas and a graphic T-shirt under a jacket. The latter was a Chanel women’s bouclé number -- this is the always-stylish Pharrell we’re talking about, after all -- yet the look was decidedly casual despite its price tag.
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Lana Del Rey on the Red Carpet attending the legendary Clive Davis pre-GRAMMY gala. She talks aesthetic and inspiration for new album drop.
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It's time to check out some Grammys red carpet fashion! In celebration of tomorrow's 2016 Grammy Awards, we're taking the names of four nominated songs or albums and pairing them with past celeb fashion.
We take a look back at the most memorable outfits to grace the Grammy Awards red carpet. The 58th annual Grammy Awards ceremony will be held on February 15, 2016, at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California.