Grammys Best & Worst Hair
The Black Eyed Peas's Fergie – whose group's "Let's Get It Started" was nominated for record of the year – loosens up a traditional bun by adding a sophisticated twist.
GWEN STEFANI: WORST
Gwen Stefani, a nominee for best female pop vocal performance, goes over the edge with a messy upsweep and cutesy black bow.
GREEN DAY: BEST
Punked-up best rock album winners Mike Dirnt, Billie Joe Armstrong and Tre Cool master the use of mousse for three distinct styles.
Eve explores the highs and lows of hair fashion with a gravity-defying faux beehive and an overly long braided hair extension.
CHRISTINA MILIAN: BEST
It's all about volume for the nominated "Dip It Low" singer, whose pulled-back updo frames her flawless complexion.
JACK WHITE: WORST
White Stripes singer Jack White, who shared a win with Loretta Lynn for best country collaboration on "Portland Oregon," has taken eccentricity into far-out territory with his long black locks and over-groomed moustache.
CYNDI LAUPER: BEST
Pop icon and Grammy presenter Cyndi Lauper may still be a girl who just wants to have fun, but her sleek hairstyle shows her grownup side.
AARON CARTER: WORST
Looking like a Duran Duran wannabe, Aaron Carter shows off his gelled-to-a-crisp coif.
SCOTT WEILAND: BEST
Velvet Revolver frontman Scott Weiland – whose band's "Slither" won for best hard rock performance – adds a spark of fire-engine red to his black ensemble.
NORAH JONES: WORST
"Here We Go Again" singer Norah Jones, who won record of the year with Ray Charles, took to the stage with her curls looking frizzy and unkempt.
KANYE WEST: BEST
It's all on his head: Kanye West, who won best rap song and album (for The College Dropout), uses his scalp as a canvas for a fun, swirly design.