The bejewelled orange crop top is Rihanna down to a T. The oversized black skirt looks like it was folded over one too many times on top.
This Givenchy gown is guilty of being a bit safe, but let's face it, Adele can wear anything she wants and we'll still love her.
All hail the Queen. Her sequin number during her performance will go down in Grammy history. Not to mention her red sequin gown while accepting her awards.
BEST: Paris Jackson
This fun and flirty number is something only an uber stylish 18-year-old can pull off and that she does.
WORST: Kristin Cavallari
It's yet to be explained why Kristin Cavallari and why she was wearing this far-too-much gown.
WORST: Chrissy Teigen
There's just something about this dress I can't quite put my finger on. I want to like it, really, but I can't.
BEST: Lady Gaga
She should be top of the worst dressed list, but when you've already worn a meat dress and arrived via an egg pod, how do you top your Grammy arrival? By this. And you own it.
WORST: Demi Lovato
Plunging necklines done well are always welcome, but the extended keyhole design does nothing for Lovato's amazing figure.
Years from now, fashion historians will dissect this look and try to understand its origin and meaning.
WORST: Carrie Underwood
Unflattering, ill-fitting and it doesn't any kind of identity. Next.
WORST: Katherine McPhee
The American Idol alum looks like she picked this dress up for a tenner off one of those knock-off Facebook dress ads.
BEST: Heidi Klum
My best dressed of the night. Again, it's unclear why the legendary supermodel was there, but who cares? She looks sensational.
To be a fly on the wall as the Knowles sisters were getting ready before the Grammys. Much like Beyonce, Solange can pull off pretty much anything.
WORST: Taraji P. Henson
When bad dresses happen to good people.
WORST: Celine Dion
Celine Dion gives a throwback to J-Lo's iconic Versace dress in 1999, but this one is solid green, made entirely of sequins and has an inexplicable bow around the waist. Points for effort though.
BEST: Giuliana Rancic
Normally this would land the E! host a place on the worst dressed, but we're desperate for a win here so she scrapes by.
BEST: Laverne Cox
At any other awards ceremony, Laverne Cox might be asked to leave for flashing too much flesh, but this Liz Hurley inspired number is Grammys perfection.
WORST: Girl Crush
*Frantically googles everything about Girl Crush to find out who she is and why she wore a balloon dress to the Grammys.*
Mars Attacks: Grammy edition.
WORST: Emily Weisband
Too much and too little all at the same time.
WORST: Katy Perry
Katy, please. You're killing us.
For his big red carpet return, it was the perfect opportunity for Mya to remind everyone how gorgeous she is and that she clearly hasn't aged a day since Case of the Ex. Instead, she wore this.
If the design was focused on one aspect - sequins, velvet, shorts, high slit - it would be a winner, but it's all too much together.
BEST: Anoushka Shankar
Only at the Grammys would this boho maxi gown be considered understated.
BEST: Andra Day
It's ridiculous and I wholeheartedly approve.
BEST: Jennifer Lopez
The red carpet was literally made for Jennifer Lopez to grace with its presence.
WORST: Faith Hill
You're one of the most successful country singers in the world with your choice of designers and this is what you choose to wear?
BEST: Kelsea Ballerini
One of the best dressed of the night in this Ines Di Santo creation.
BEST: Camila Cabello
One of the more unusual awards dresses I've seen in some time.
WORST: Sophie Beem
If Sophie stuck to the top half of her design, she'd be in for a winner. But no, she had to wear flares.
BEST and WORST: Joy Villa
The eclectic singer is tied. Worst for her denim Make America Great Again dress and best for her Grecian style white gown and statement bag. I'm confused too.
WORST: Keltie Knight
The tv personality looks like she raided Barbie's wardrobe.
Surely, there must be a satin shortage after everyone's outfits?