For the first time in 15 years, the Grammy Awards left the West Coast behind – staging the 60th annual event in New York City at Madison Square Garden on January 28th. See how major artists like Lana Del Rey, Cardi B, Lady Gaga, Camila Cabello and more made their entrance – and what they wore – for music’s biggest night.
The “Million Reasons” singer (and 2018 nominee and performer) makes a very dramatic entrance in Armani.
Before a colorful costume change for her “Finesse” performance with Bruno Mars, the nominated “Bodak Yellow” rapper and Rolling Stone cover star wears a white Ashi Studio gown and Louboutin shoes (red bottoms!) for her very first Grammys.
The triumphant singer-songwriter and 2017 Rolling Stone cover star, in a country-western-style navy suit, gives a serene stare before her stunning performance of “Praying” later in the evening .
The “Havana” singer and Fifth Harmony alum – ahead of her rousing words on behalf of immigrants –accessorizes her plunging, strapless red gown with a white “Time’s Up” rose and a disco ball purse.
The nominated artist wears custom Gucci – and an elaborate headpiece – for her big night.
The Jesus Christ Superstar Live actor-singer and his pregnant supermodel wife (in Yanina Couture) keep the energy up.
The “Foolish” singer goes for a golden look outside Madison Square Garden.
The up-and-coming pop star (in La Perla) makes cute with young actresses Olivia Jellen and Sofia Jellen.
The veteran artist – part of Kesha’s all-star “Praying” choir – raises her first outside the venue.
Capping off the amazing global run of “Despacito,” the Latin superstars arrive for the evening in advance of their spirited performance.
The Pitch Perfect star and “Cups” singer wore a Balmain suit.
The Hollywood scion and multi-hyphenate entertainer makes his mark outside Madison Square Garden.
The former New Kid and Singled Out hostess cuddle up before the show.
The provocative young rapper shows off leopard-spot hair.
The stylish country trio touch down.
The veteran country foursome nominated for the Taylor Swift-penned “Better Man” – Jimi Westbrook, Karen Fairchild, Kimberly Schlapman and Philip Sweet – happily pause outside MSG.
The least-expected collaborators ever – their Caribbean-inflected joint LP 44/876 drops in April – arrive together.
The tux-clad rapper-actor and “Anywhere” singer (in a Ralph & Russo gown) get their pose on.
One of the most acclaimed new artists of 2017, the American Teen creator pairs a green turtleneck with a white suit.
Clad in Maggie Marilyn, the comedian nibbles on her white flower (a symbol of solidarity with the “Time’s Up” movement).
The “1-800-273-8255” rapper and “Pray” singer buddy up outside Madison Square Garden.
The hip hop legend reigns supreme on the red carpet in a fur-trimmed overcoat and tux.
Clad in a floral Dolce & Gabbana suit, the singer and actress – she has a new LP due this year – stays cool before her stirring Time’s Up-themed introduction for Kesha’s performance.
The rapper congratulates Lifetime Achievement Award recipient John (who later performed “Tiny Dancer” with Miley Cyrus) outside the venue.
The blues-rock artist – who later paid tribute to the late Chuck Berry and Fats Domino in a fiery performance with Jon Batiste – keeps it casual as he ambles into Madison Square Garden.