The Most Outrageously Awesome Grammys Outfit Changes of the Night
Carrie got to indulge all of her style sides - the glam country crooner (in Elie Madi), the miniskirt-wearing diva (wearing Maison Alexandrine) and the drama queen - in one night.
Beyoncé's motto for her baby bump? Go big or - well, there is no other option, she's just going big. She started the night in a custom Cavalli Couture ensemble with tons of golden accessories, then changed into an over-the-top glam red sequin stunner with a 400-carat Lorraine Schwartz necklace to, you know, just hang in the audience.
The star stayed loyal to Givenchy and Lorraine Schwartz all evening, changing into three long-sleeve gowns with plenty of unique touches (whether it was a lemon pin, mosaic sequin embroidery or long fringe sleeves) and three equally gorgeous hairstyles.
The star was striking in both her Julien Macdonald gown and the disco-inspired pantsuit she wore during the Bee Gees tribute.
The night belonged to the Knowleses, and Solange seized on that by wearing two very Solange looks: a pleated gold Gucci gown with a Lady Grey earring, and a voluminous striped number with Stuart Weitzman heels and Jennifer Fisher earrings.
The star was sweet on the carpet in Ines di Santo, then sassy onstage in a multicolor Nicolas Jebran jumpsuit.
The only person with more outfit changes than Adele? James Corden, who changed from Tom Ford to Stella McCartney to a very DNCE-appropriate black-and-white number (among others).
The start traded her romantic ruffled gown, Neil Lane jewelry and Edie Parker clutch for a short, tight and shiny mini during the Bee Gees number.
Michael Jackson's daughter picked striped Balmain and Kimberly McDonald jewels for the red carpet, but went even more major in a Jeremy Scott halter she helped design (plus flowers in her hair!) for her moment onstage.
Can we get a "Hallelujah" for the amount of squats Maren must have logged to show off her stems in both this Michael Costello gown (with a Devi Kroell clutch and House of CB heels) and plunging jumpsuit by the designer she wore onstage?
Kimberly Schlapman & Karen Fairchild
The ladies of Little Big Town stuck to a theme - first choosing darkly romantic gowns (Kimberly's in Greta Constantine) and then going super high-shine for the Bee Gees tribute.
The star worked both sides of the '70s spectrum, first going retro and flower child, then opting for lamé and big hoops.
Celine doesn't ever play it safe, first taking the plunge in Zuhair Murad, then going bold in a Mugler asymmetrical number.