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Published: 00:26 BST, 29 January 2018 | Updated: 13:14 BST, 29 January 2018
The Grammy Awards marks one of the biggest nights in entertainment, offering the music industry's best and brightest the chance to celebrate their achievements throughout the year - and show off their unique sense of style.
But while some hit the sartorial nail on the head - others totally miss the mark with their over-the-top ensembles, and far-out fashion statements.
Lady Gaga - known for her statement-making red carpet looks - won applause the world over for her incredible black lace gown on the red carpet, however after performing at the beginning of the award ceremony, she put her outfit back on without the long-trained skirt, instead modeling just the see-through lace bodysuit part of the ensemble.
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A bit too risque: As one of the world's most successful supermodels, there is little that Heidi Klum can't pull off, however her see-through lace ensemble went from sexy to tacky thanks to its too-sheer design
Big Bird called... Pink looked like a walking feather duster in her pink, blue, purple, and black gown
Knot cool: Although her outfit was incredibly stylish and chic, Lady Gaga's corset-style hair took away from the overall glamour of her Grammy's look
Wait, what? After walking the red carpet in what appeared to be a lengthy black gown, and then performing at the awards, Lady Gaga reappeared without her long skirt, wearing nothing but a see-through lace body stocking and a bizarre hat
Stand-out style: Beyonce chose to skip the red carpet and instead made her way straight into the ceremony, where she wore a bizarre hat, sunglasses, and enormous earrings that totally distracted from her stunning dress
Saving it for the stage: Rihanna also chose to skip the red carpet, however she debuted her very bizarre latex ensemble during the award ceremony when she and Kendrick Lamar took home the first gong for Best Rap/Sung Performance
Shiny: The no-doubt-sweaty outfit featured gloves and boots, and had a very low neckline that showed off her decolletage
Sparkle overload: Colombian-American recording artist Kali Uchis stood out for all the wrong reasons in her dazzling pink-and-gold jumpsuit, which was not only far too shimmery, but also did little to flatter her frame
She also added a rather bizarre hat to complete her third look of the night.
But while the 31-year-old had both hits and misses at this year's awards, other stars hit the red carpet running with their ridiculous looks, including Jenny McCarthy who unfortunately missed the mark in every way possible.
From her bright blue hair and her 90s-style tinted brown sunglasses to her ill-fitting sequined dress and bizarre mesh gloves, her outfit really did miss the mark in all areas.
Pink on the other hand, managed to rock the hair and beauty aspect of her ensemble, however she looked like a human duster in her purple, pink, and blue feather-covered strapless gown.
Although the star cut a chic figure from the decolletage up, courtesy of her fierce hairstyle and chic make-up, the rest of the look made an impact for all the wrong reasons.
And then there was Heidi Klum; as one of the world's most successful supermodels, there is little that she can't pull off, however her see-through lace ensemble was a more tacky than sexy, leaving far too little to the imagination.
Meanwhile the singer was joined on the worst dressed list by Ice-T's wife Coco Austin, who put far too much flesh on show in her clinging black dress, which was held together on either side with nothing but a few diamante-encrusted metal links.
Feeling blue? Jenny McCarthy also made a rather unfortunate statement with her bright hair color and her sunglasses were entirely out of place at the evening ceremony
Oh dear: Although hair stole much of the focus, Jenny's dress was also very ill-fitting, and she chose to pair it with very bizarre mesh gloves
Putting it out there: Ice-T's wife Coco Austin wore a very over-the-top gown that put a lot of flesh on show - and also saw her walk the red carpet without underwear
Go bold or go home? Make-up artist Patrick Starr is known for his bold beauty looks, but that same over-the-top style did not do him any favors on the red carpet
Woah: Jaden Smith is not known for his subtle style choices, but his patchwork jeans and large ski-style jacket looked totally out of place at the black tie event
Color mis-coordination: Model Jessica Caban's feather wrap totally clashed with her orange silk dress - and her longtime boyfriend Bruno Mars' jacket
Ill-fitting: Recording artist Le'Andria Johnson nearly spilled out of her low-cut frock thanks to its plunging neckline
Block color bleh: Sibley Scoles (left) and Cecile McLorin both missed the mark in their ill-fitting single-shade outfits
Better out than in? GoldLink added a rather bizarre embellishment to his outfit in the form of leather studded underpants
Reminiscent of Elizabeth Hurley's iconic Versace safety pin dress, Coco's underwear-free version unfortunately had little of the same high-class style, although the form-fitting design perfectly flattered her curvaceous figure.
Normally a firm feature on the list of most stylish at any and all award ceremonies she attends, Rihanna was a late entry to the worst dressed list after skipping the red carpet and only debuting her rather bizarre ensemble on the stage as she went up to collect the first gong of the night, along with Kendrick Lamar.
The singer wore a shiny patent burgundy latex wrap dress that featured a plunging neckline, long sleeves, and matching gloves - as well as a pair of boots made out of the same slick material.
Not only did the ensemble totally swamp her body, it also looked incredibly sweaty.
Another star who chose to avoid the red carpet at this year's ceremony was Beyonce, who instead made her way straight into the award show itself, along with her husband Jay-Z and six-year-old daughter Blue Ivy.
But while she may have missed out on the red carpet itself, the singer's outfit still made quite an impact, thanks to the enormous black hat, huge diamond earrings, and narrow sunglasses she wore throughout the ceremony - despite the fact that it took place at night and indoors.
Indeed the bizarre choice of accessories rather distracted from her chic black velvet dress, stealing focus from the high-neck, cold-shoulder design.
Oh dear: Cyndi Lauper's rather odd patterned suit (left) stood out like a very sore thumb on the red carpet, while Kesha's cowboy-inspired number would have been better suited to a wild west-themed party
Un-suit-able: Ava Max (left), Rapsody (center), and Alessia Cara (right) also opted for jacket-and-trouser looks which all failed to make the right impression
Ill-fitting: Lana Del Ray's pale silk number dwarfed her figure, and looked like it would have been better suited to a high school prom than the Grammy Awards, particularly when paired with her chunkhy chain necklace and star-embellished crown
Too much: Little Big Town bandmates Karen Fairchild (left) and Kimberly Schlapman both landed on the worst dressed list thanks to their unflattering frocks, with Karen's feather-covered number totally drowning her frame
Interesting: Fashion designer Rachel Antonoff wore a rather unflattering shirt dress that was embellished with pink feathers to match her pale pink heels - and looked more like a pajama shirt than a red carpet gown
Drab: Epic Records President Sylvia Rhone made an impact for very wrong reasons in her gown, which appeared to be made out of brown denim that had been painted with different graphic designs
Eyesore: India Arie's black-and-white dress was actually quite painful to look at thanks to the insane pattern