Grammys Best Dressed - FOR PHOTO WALL
After dominating the stage, the singer set out to take over the red carpet in this sexy, white long-sleeve Michael Costello gown with strategically placed sheer inserts and a plunging back.
"It's musical for music's biggest night," the singer said of her straight-off-the-runway Valentino Haute Couture tulle gown, adorned with music notes on the skirt.
Leading the pack of ladies dressed in gold, Taylor steps out in a Gucci Première gold lamé short sleeve gown with a crystal mesh overlay and gemstone detail. "I love it. I'm so happy I get to wear it," she said of the design.
Have plunging necklines become the new strapless? Miranda seems to think so, hitting the carpet in a sexy scarlet custom look by Pamella Roland, plus dramatic earrings.
The actress's Azzaro gown, which combines strapless and plunging, has crystal detailing on the bodice and an impressive thigh-high slit. She accessorizes with a Joan Hornig alligator cuff and metallic Barbara Bui pumps.
"I feel like a princess," Pink said of her red strapless Johanna Johnson dress. Fun fact: The singer said she's never worn the color red on the carpet before.
"I feel very comfortable," the pregnant singer said of her skintight sparkly Emilio Pucci gown.
After sharing a topless photo on her Instagram, the swimsuit model hits the carpet in a sparkly gold Johanna Johnson gown with a deep sweetheart neckline and accessorizes with a curly do featuring an accent braid.
For her first Grammys (she's a presenter), the actress chooses a navy strapless Fitriani design and accessorizes with matching statement earrings and on-trend Sutra hand jewelry.
Opting for a Lanvin design she called "short" and "cute," the singer pairs the metallic number with tons of Lorraine Schwartz rings.