In today's post, I'm going to be sharing my favorite red carpet looks from the 2020 Grammy's and some of my favorite moments from the show! Enjoy!

Ariana Grande

Billie Eilish


Lil Nas X

Lana Del Rey

Tyler, The Creator

Dua Lipa

Maggie Rogers


Shawn Mendes

Camila Cabello

Chrissy Teigen

Billy Porter

Cardi B

The most notable moments of the night was Billie Eilish and Finneas making history by winning ten awards total, including the four biggest of the show; Best New Artist, Record of the Year, Album of the Year, and Song of the Year. She is one of only two artists ever to win these awards at once and the youngest to do so, as well. Billie and Finneas are making music that is so revolutionary and different than what anyone else is doing right now. Billie is only 18 years old and has already achieved so much in just the past year, which makes me so excited to see what she does next. She has achieved so much in the past year alone and has never been anyone other than herself, which makes all of this so much more inspiring to see. When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? is an incredible album and one of my personal favorites ever and is so deserving of all of the recognition it's been getting. 

I also loved their performance of "When The Party's Over", which is one of my favorite songs! I would've loved if they also played "Bad Guy", but it was a beautiful performance nonetheless! 

Ariana Grande also performed a medley of songs including; "Imagine", "My Favorite Things" from The Sound of Music, "7 Rings" and "Thank u, Next". I especially loved how she sang "Imagine", which is one of my personal favorite songs from her last album and one that she only ever performed live once before. Even though she didn't win any of the awards she was nominated for, there's no denying the impact she's had on the music industry for the past two years. She was able to release two incredible albums six months apart after all of the hardships she's experienced during that time. Regardless of awards, the thank u, next era of her career will forever be so iconic and inspiring. 

Her red carpet look was also my absolute favorite of the night - she wore a light grey Giambattista Valli tulle gown that was so beautiful and glamorous. I also heard that throughout the night she wore over $10 million worth of diamonds and emeralds too, which is so insane! Other than the gorgeous Vera Wang gown inspired by the Sistine Chapel she wore at the MET Gala in 2018, I think this is one of her best fashion moments yet. 

My favorite performance of the night was Lil Nas X's "Old Town Road" featuring Billy Ray Cyrus, BTS, Mason Ramsey, and Diplo. It was such a diverse group of people to be performing together but it worked so well. I was smiling from ear-to-ear during the whole performance! It was one of the most memorable moments from recent Grammy's history, in my opinion. He also performed a remix of his song "Rodeo" with Nas, who was obviously the inspiration behind his rap name, which is such a cool and full circle moment. 

I'm not very familiar with his music, but I really loved Tyler, the Creator's performance of "EARFQUAKE" and "NEW MAGIC WAND" featuring Boyz II Men. The performance was so different than what anyone else did on the show this year. He had about a dozen doppelgangers throughout the crowd and up on stage which him - the backdrop of the stage kind of looked like a forced-perspective optical illusion of a city block surrounded by fire. Aesthetically it was really incredible and memorable. Like I said I'm not very familiar with his music, but based on this performance I definitely want to check out more! 

Demi Lovato's comeback performance was one of the most beautiful and emotional moments of the night. She debut her new song "Anyone" on the show, which she wrote four days before she overdosed last year. Demi is an incredible vocalist and someone I've been a fan of for over a decade, so I'm very happy she's still here and able to share her talents with the world. 

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