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Glitter, glam and Cee Lo Gold on Grammys red carpet

The Grammys red carpet is often a place where the stars take a few fashion risks and this year was no exception.

One of music's biggest nights brought out some big celebs and some colourful looks

The Grammys red carpet is a place where the stars take a few fashion risks and this year was no exception.

Hello. It's Adele.

Powerhouse singer Adele ditched her usual black gown for green on the Grammys red carpet. 

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Beyoncé skips the red carpet.

Neither Queen Bey nor her baby bump appeared on the red carpet, but her baby sister Solange Knowles was there. 

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A little bit of pop royalty.

It's been 18 years since Céline Dion won song of the year and she was graceful in in green for 2017.

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Michael Jackson's daughter Paris brought some colourful bling to the red carpet. 

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Pop star Katy Perry stood out with a combination of sparkles and feathers. 

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A little bit of country.

Country star and multiple Grammy-winner Carrie Underwood posed for a photo with Best New Artist nominee Kelsea Ballerini.

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All that glitters is Cee Lo Green

The musician and former judge on The Voice showed up in a bizarre golden face mask and gown on Sunday night. The costume instantly sparked an internet meme likening it to a Ferrero Rocher chocolate and C-3PO. 

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A little bit of skin.

Jennifer Lopez made another revealing fashion choice for the Grammys, while Laverne Cox and Lady Gaga (who hung out with Metallica) both opted for some strategically placed leather.

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How to make a fashion statement.

Before the show began, there were lots of questions about how political the show would become. Singer Joy Villa answered that question with her early appearance on the red carpet. Her dress bore the U.S. president's campaign slogan "Make America Great Again" on the front, and "Trump" written in big, bejewelled letters on the train.

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