The fashion on the Grammys red carpet always gets a little weird. Remember Margaret Cho’s sheer peacock dress, Jennifer Lopez’s low-low-low-cut Versace dress (which, in retrospect, actually seems almost demure), and Nicki Minaj’s Little Red Riding Hood-like cape?
This year had a few of its own unforgettable styles.
The night had barely begun when a singer known for trying to grab attention on the carpet arrived: Joy Villa, who wore a dress made out of orange construction fence material to the awards last year, arrived in a blue, white and red dress with “Make America Great Again,” President Trump’s campaign slogan, typed out vertically down the front.
Cee Lo Green arrived in an all-gold ensemble that inspired online comparisons to a Ferrero Rocher candy, the Sons of the Harpy characters in “Game of Thrones” and a “Power Rangers” villain. What was the message? It remained unclear. For now.
Girl Crush looked as if she had dipped her legs in glue and stepped into a McDonald’s PlayPlace ball pit, then spun in a circle to make her skirt. She paired it with a pink top that looked fit for a Mermaid Barbie.
And George Clinton looked as if he strode right out of his living room, wearing a low-waisted white robe. He topped off the casual outfit with a shiny crownlike hat embellished with a cross.
Continue reading the main story