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2021 Grammys: See All The Best Dressed Stars On The Red Carpet

Check out what all your favourite celebs wore.
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The Grammy Awards are back and the red carpet is as wild as ever.

At the 2021 awards show, hosted by Trevor Noah, things looked a little different, because the only people attending were those up for awards themselves. But that didn’t stop celebrities from going all out.

DaBaby showed up and showed out in a slick Dolce and Gabbana suit, paired with velvet loafers, a green and red hat, and jewels galore. Meanwhile, stylist and E! red carpet host Brad Goreski gave viewers a lesson in colour blocking, pairing a bright pink shirt with a teal suit, all by Versace, with Louboutin shoes and Levian jewels.

Doja Cat embodied all that is Grammys fashion ― according to Goreski ― in a plunging Roberto Cavalli gown with neon green feathers and cat claws on the sleeves.

Check out all the looks below:

Doja Cat

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Lizzo

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Noah Cyrus

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Megan Thee Stallion

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Phoebe Bridgers

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DaBaby

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H.E.R.

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Chika

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Brittany Howard

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Miranda Lambert

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Debi Nova

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Bad Bunny

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Jhay Cortez

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Maren Morris

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Finneas

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Black Pumas

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Trevor Noah

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Brandi Carlile

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Mickey Guyton

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Mapy

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Brad Goreski

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