Joy Villa 
The show may have not started but that didn't stop Joy Villa from putting on a show of her very own, in a very eccentric and revealing dress that left little to the imagination at the 58th Grammy Awards

Lady Gaga 
As a tribute to the late David Bowie, Lady Gaga channeled the music icon by donning his trademark fiery red hair, statement makeup and a louder-than-life embellished Marc Jacobs outfit complete with sky-high platform heels at the 2016 Grammy Awards on Feb. 15, 2016.

Even if you don't know singer Manika, she certainly made sure you do now after she walked the red carpet in a jaw-dropping sheer dress, complete with beaded tassels at the 58th Grammy Awards.

Diana Gloster

Skylar Grey 
What's happening on this dress?

Wiz Khalifa 

Hello Dencia? While some stars turned heads by wearing barely-there gowns, singer Dencia donned a louder-than-life Hello Kitty onesie on the red carpet at the 58th Grammy Awards.

Janelle Monae
If you have a signature look, stick with it.

Which one makes you think, Are you kidding?!



In other news:
After being nominated for 11 Grammy awards, Kendrick Lamar started the night by accepting the award for Best Rap Album.
He sang parts of “The Blacker The Berry” and “Alright,” two songs off his latest album, To Pimp a Butterfly.

*So Taylor Swift beat out Kendrick Lamar, The Weeknd, Alabama Shakes, and Chris Stapleton for Album of the Year at the Grammys Monday night.
She won for 1989 — and she’s now the first woman to win the award twice.
And it seems like people are pretty upset that Kendrick didn’t win for To Pimp a Butterfly.

*So Adele performed at this year’s Grammys. Everyone was pretty excited — it is Adele, after all.
But unfortunately there were some "audio" issues during her performance.

*Meghan Trainor won a grammy and that'spretty amazing because she really is a songwriter first, pop star second.
All four singles from her debut album Title have reached the top 20 on the Billboard Hot 100!

Meghan Trainor
Seriously, how cute was her acceptance speech? Real girl. Real tears. Real talent.

Lady Gaga performed a tribute to David Bowie, who died last month, singing a medley of his songs.

John Legend, Demi Lovato, Meghan Trainor and Tyrese Gibson performed with Lionel Richie in homage to the former Commodores singer.

Justin Bieber brought his six-year-old brother Jaxon to the ceremony. The singer won best dance recording – his first ever Grammy – for Where Are U Now, his collaboration with Skrillex and Diplo.

Twelve-year-old Joey Alexander received a standing ovation from the crowd. The jazz pianist was this year's youngest Grammy nominee.

Modern Family star Sofia Vergara appeared on stage dressed as a taxi during Pitbull's closing performance.