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Grammy Awards 2021: Winners and Best Dressed Stars

The Grammy Awards 2021 might have been a socially-distanced, utterly different version of what we are used to; but we are so glad to see that our favourite stars did not disappoint in the fashion department. From Beyonce making history in custom Schiaparelli paired with a fantastic statement earring to Harry Styles in his feather boas. Check out FRUK’s pick of the best ensembles from the Grammy’s red carpet.

Beyonce © CBS Photo Archive

Beyoncé

Beyonce rocked a custom Schiaparelli leather mini dress paired with a brilliant statement earring. Nominated for nine Grammys this year – won one with Megan Thee Stallion for Best Rap Performance — plus Best R&B Performance making her the most Grammy-award-winning female artist of all time.

Beyoncé’s daughter, Blue Ivy Carter, also made history as the second-youngest person to ever win a Grammy Award. The 9 year old won in the Best Music Video category for Beyoncé’s “Brown Skin Girl” video.

Megan Thee Stallion

Megan won three awards on the night. The singer wore a Dolce & Gabbana bright orange gown paired with a statement Chopard jewellery.

Cynthia Erivo

Cynthia Erivo in Louis Vuitton paired with Tiffany & Co jewellery

Dua Lipa in Versace and Bulgari jewellery © CBS Photo Archive

Dua Lipa

Dua Lipa in a cut out Versace sheer dress paired with Bulgari jewellery

NOAH CYRUS CREDIT/ KEVIN MAZUR/GETTY IMAGES FOR THE RECORDING ACADEMY

Noah Cyrus

Noah Cyrus did not disappoint as she donned a voluminous white Schiaparelli Couture gown. Nominated for Best New Artist, the singer came all out.

Harry Styles © Photo/ Anthony Pham.jpg

Harry Styles

Harry Styles in Gucci

Trevor Noah

Bad Bunny

Bad Bunny put a twist on his Burberry runway look with his bunny ears hat paired with a sunflower accessory matching perfectly with his yellow sunglasses

WINNERS

  • Record of the year: Billie Eilish – Everything I Wanted
  • Album of the year: Taylor Swift – Folklore
  • R&B performance: Beyoncé – Black Parade
  • Best pop vocal album: Dua Lipa – Future Nostalgia
  • Best rap performance: Megan Thee Stallion featuring Beyoncé – Savage
  • Song of the year: HER – I Can’t Breathe
  • Latin pop or urban album: Bad Bunny — YHLQMDLG
  • Melodic rap performance: Anderson Paak – Lockdown
  • Best pop solo performance: Harry Styles – Watermelon Sugar
  • Country album: Miranda Lambert – Wildcard
  • New artist: Megan Thee Stallion
  • Pop duo/group performance: Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande – Rain On Me
  • Traditional pop vocal album: James Taylor – American Standard
  • Best dance/electronic album: Kaytranada – Bubba
  • Rock performance: Fiona Apple – Shameika
  • Metal performance: Body Count – Bum-Rush
  • Best rock song: Brittany Howard – Stay High
  • Rock album: The Strokes – The New Abnormal
  • Alternative music album: Fiona Apple – Fetch the Bolt Cutters
  • Progressive R&B album Thundercat – It Is What It Is
  • R&B song: Robert Glasper featuring H.E.R. & Meshell Ndegeocello – Better Than I Imagine
  • R&B album: John Legend – Bigger Love
  • Rap album: Nas – King’s Disease – WINNER
  • Rap performance: Megan Thee Stallion featuring Beyoncé – Savage
  • Country solo performance: Vince Gill – When My Amy Prays
  • Best country duo / group performance: Dan + Shay and Justin Bieber – 10,000 Hours
  • Country song: The Highwomen – Crowded Table
  • Best jazz vocal album: Elling featuring Danilo Pérez – Secrets Are the Best Stories
  • Best Latin jazz album: Arturo O’Farrill and the Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra – Four Questions
  • Gospel album: PJ Morton – Gospel According to PJ
  • Best contemporary Christian album: Kanye West – Jesus Is King
  • Latin rock or alternative album: Fito Paez – La Conquista del Espacio
  • Tropical Latin album: Grupo Niche – 40
  • Best comedy album: Tiffany Haddish – Black Mitzvah
  • Best music video Beyoncé – Brown Skin Girl
  • Producer of the year, non-classical: Andrew Watt
  • Folk album Gillian Welch & David Rawlings – All the Good Times
  • Compilation soundtrack for visual media: Jojo Rabbit – Various Artists
  • Best song written for visual media: Billie Eilish – No Time to Die (from No Time to Die)

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