|Wearing Christian Siriano, Corinne Bailey Rae looked beautiful and natural!|
Rae won a Grammy for Best R&B Performance of her rendition of Bob Marley's "Is This Love."
|I thought Kelly Ro looked GREAT in this nude Alberta Feretti number... |
I also have to mention the hair. I'm a fan!
And can we just take a moment to talk about her body?
|Katy P looked elegant and classy in this sky blue Ellie Saab couture gown. |
I like the whole monochromatic look this time around.
I feel like this toned down for her haha!
And the blue hair worked for me! What do you guys think?
|I didn't realize Paris Hilton was still relevant, |
and was surprised to see her on the red carpet, but she looked stunning in this Basil Soda gown.
That's all I have to say about that *Forest Gump voice*
Adele. Now ya'll know I love me some Adele.
I was heavily anticipating her performance, and she delivered!
She started off strong and had so much energy, it was like I felt her through the television!
I screamed and clapped each time her name was called (and it was called all 6 times) to accept a Grammy for all six of her nominations.
She is now tied with Beyonce for most Grammy Awards accepted in one season.
Adele is living proof that you don't have to be a gimmick or lose who you are to sell records and be successful.
This is a real woman, who writes and sings real music, and she is very successful doing just that!
Alicia looks stunning in this Alexandre Vauthier dress and Louboutin shoes.
There's no doubt about it.
My jaw dropped when she stepped onto the red carpet.
The reason why she's in the "warning" category is because of her performance.
Alicia Keys and Bonnie Raitt did a tribute to Etta James, but A.Keys was off (as usual).
She gave herself the starting pitch via the piano she was playing, and started the song acapella and was still flat! Like how does this continue to happen?
Bonnie sounded great, but Keys should've stuck to the keys, and let Bonnie do all the singing... *side eye*
Rihanna surprised me with this blonde mop top and very sexy and feminine dress, a collaboration with Armani himself! She looked reinvented and fresh to me, I absolutely loved the look! Loved the wig, it's super fun hair, and she looked like a lioness! I would equate the wig to a party dress... Pull it out every now and then, but I wouldn't be rockin' it every weekend... What puts Ri Ri in the "warning" category was her performance. Now, the first half was great! She was actually singing, and she sounded really good! Then came the performance with Coldplay. Now, I don't know if she was still trying to catch her breath from the first song, but she sounded a HOTT MESS! It was very hard to listen to... Dang Ri Ri... Just when I thought you could sing live... The wig started to look less glam and more "trashy chic" once pair with the street clothes she had onstage. Maybe she should just put that one on the shelf.
Robyn, how you gonna show up on a red carpet wearing a mens Hanes crew neck tee,
and some fabric (that's supposed to be a skirt) that looks like you got it on discount from a costume shop?
Disappointing. Like does she have friends?
Cuz if she did, they wouldn't let her on the red carpet looking like that.
The platform timbs were hot though!
But unfortunately, that didn't save the look...
I heard the devastating news of Whitney Houston Saturday night while I was in the audience of my friend's performance in The Vagina Monologues. I was initially shocked, and very confused... I still haven't completely wrapped my head around it, honestly... It's just so very sad. Whitney Houston had a gift like no other. Her voice was distinguishable, warm, beautiful, she was so talented! I looked up to her when I was little, and have always been a fan of hers, as a singer and actress! We'll have to remember Whitney by her great music, rememberable live performances, and her great smile and that voice, that impacted so many people! My thoughts and prayers go out to her family, her friends, and her fans!
The Grammy Team had less than 48 hours to prepare for a tribute to honor Whitney during the show, but word caught on quickly the night before that Jennifer Hudson and Chaka Khan were to do a tribute. There was no Chaka, but Jennifer gracefully took the stage and sang one of Whitney's most popular songs, "I Will Always Love You." She had a flawless performance, her voice sounded strong and passionate, and I thought it was very heartfelt and lovely! I wish it had been longer, but with such short notice, what can you do?
Overall, I thoroughly enjoyed watching this year's Grammy's. I was confused as to why Bruce Springsteen started the show (I know I know, we love Bruce Springsteen), but I mean..... Cyndi Lauper hopped on the red carpet lookin' like a hot mama, did ya'll see her? I'm still trying to get used to Kelly Osbourne's hair... LL did well as a host in my opinion, and I loved Bruno Mars energy on stage! He's a talented guy! Gaga skipped the red carpet, and twitter was wondering where she was, but finally saw her in the audience at that start of the show (maybe it's because she knew that last night was all about Adele). The Beach Boys tribute was boring, and didn't do anything for me, as well as Chris Brown's performance. I think I might have yawned while watching him onstage (Brown took home Best R&B Album). Kanye took home 4 Grammy's, although he wasn't in attendance. The Foo Fighters rocked the house, taking home 4 Grammy's as well (deservedly so)... I love Paul McCartney's second performance, I was jammin, and Bon Iver looked like "my 6th grade history teacher" as my bf stated, LOL! I found a new group that I am loving from their performance last night, The Civil Wars! I need to check them out!
My goal one day is to attend the Grammy's every year. I had the opportunity to go a couple years ago, and it was an unforgettable experience! I was a part of a small social media team that tweeted looks from the red carpet, as well as attended many pre-Grammy events, and post-Grammy parties! It was so much fun!
To get a full list of who won what, click here.