Grammy Awards 2020 Red Carpet Rundown

Posted on January 28, 2020

Let’s round all these attention-seekers up and GET ‘ER DONE, kittens! And by that we mean let’s judge them.

 

Bebe Rexha in Christian Cowan

We like the idea of this more than the reality of it. The tux is okay, but the “top” is tacky and the platform shoes are distracting.

 

 

 

Ben Platt in Balmain

This is absolutely adorable. He could do with another inch or two on his pants, though.

 

 

Brandi Carlile in Wolk Morais

Possibly our favorite suit of the night. What a gorgeous textile.

 

 

Camila Cabello in Atelier Versace

It’s a half-finished ballgown skirt tacked onto a minidress and yet we still feel like she bumped up the sophistication level for herself. Yes, that’s a backhanded compliment, in case you were wondering.

 

 

Diplo

HAHAHAHA

Okay, dude.

 

 

DJ Khaled

Credit where it’s due: he stepped it up. We don’t actually mind the kicks but we don’t think the pants are fitting him correctly.

 

 

Dua Lipa in Alexander Wang

It’s Posh Spice cosplay. We’re not sure why, but we have to salute the results. We realize that ’90s styles are cycling back, but this feels way too literal.

 

 

Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton in Dolce&Gabbana

Again, credit where it’s due: he’s dressed and groomed appropriately for the occasion. And we suspect it takes some effort to get him to this point. She’s okay we guess, but she sure could have used some color. Worse, it comes off like one of Ariana Grande’s throwaways.

 

 

Heidi Klum in Dundas

Why, Miss Heidi. So generic and demure. Where’s the gal who loved herself some tight, short and shiny?

 

 

Kevin Jonas (in Ermenegildo Zegna XXX) and Danielle Jonas (in J’Aton Couture)

We’re always amazed at what Other Jonas manages to do to high-end fashion. That is a Zegna tuxedo jacket with freaking birds all over it, paired with what looks like a gold metallic tank top, and he still manages to recede into the background. She’s not doing much better, but at least she has the excuse that she’s wearing a forgettable dress.

 

 

Maggie Rogers in Chanel

We thought this was super-cute and perfectly suited to her; just the right balance of boho and glam. The water bottle and carrier are surprisingly chic.

 

 

Rosalia in Alexander Wang

We might have gotten on board with that much red leather, but when we got to the fringe, our resolve weakened. And when we got to the plastic sandals, we frantically pulled the ripcord to get off this bus.

 

 

Tove Lo in Vivienne Westwood

Every woman who works in business and ever had to give a presentation has had this recurring nightmare.

 

 

Tyler The Creator

So adorable we almost can’t stand it.

 

 

 

 

 

Our book “Legendary Children: The First Decade of RuPaul’s Drag Race and the Last Century of Queer Life” comes out on March 3rd and was named one of the Best New Books of 2020 by Cosmopolitan!

 

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