divine.ca’s favorite red carpet looks from the 2018 Grammy Awards – divine.ca

divine.ca’s favorite red carpet looks from the 2018 Grammy Awards


There’s pretty, there’s stunning, and there’s breathtaking. Every year, award shows honour talented artists, musicians, writers, and filmmakers, offering them a night of glory for the hard work they accomplished throughout the year. Yet, it’s always the red carpets that never cease to impress us. From the shiniest gowns to the most intricate jewelry, take a look at divine.ca’s favorite looks from this year’s Grammy Awards red carpet.

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A pregnant Chrissy Teigen stunned in her glamorous silver dress!

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Lana Del Rey sporting her signature stare and a stunning Gucci dress. Are we the only ones who think she looks like an angel?


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And we thought her dress was the star of the night…


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The beautiful Miley Cyrus looking like royalty in a red tulle dress designed by the one and only Zac Posen.


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Is red the color of the night? The “Havana” singer wore her gorgeous décolleté with her signature hairdo.


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Queen B looks absolutely gorgeous in all black velvet attire, but the question is, has she ever looked bad?


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Yet another divine star looking fierce in red. Did you read the hidden message behind Lorde’s dress?


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Those colorful heels finish off the look (Pitch) perfectly!


Hailee Steinfeld looked effortlessly beautiful next to the gorgeous Julia Michaels!


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She looks like an angel in her Paolo Sebastian gown.

Congratulations to all the winners and nominees! Let us know in the comments who you think should have won, or if you are satisfied with the winners!

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