Grammys 2019: Best and worst dressed

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The 61st annual Grammy Awards are being held at Los Angeles’ Staples Center. This year, the biggest musical night is witnessed by high-profile celebs only.

The stars had hit the red carpet and one can find varying rage of dresses for the night. We take you through some of the best and worst dressed:

Joy Villa was dressed as President Trump’s hotly contested border wall. She appeared to be dressed as Lady Liberty, in a silver off-the-shoulder look and crown.

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Cardi B was one of the night’s most nominated artists and she grabbed all eyes with her outfit. She was seen wearing an elaborate ensemble and no, we don't want to speak more.

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Miley Cyrus was all cool with a blazer and pants.

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Lady Gaga stole our hearts with her silvery dress and she's our best in the red carpet list.

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Leon Bridges' colourful ensemble with gaint white hat can't be left unnoticed.

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Legendary country singer Dolly Parton opted for a flashy red frock and we are just okay with it.

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Bebe Rexha wore a show-stopping red Monsoori tulle gown.

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Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott arrived together and posed all cozy before the shutterburgs.

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Jennifer Lopez and Alexander Rodriguez looked all regal and royal on the red carpet.

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Janelle Monáe's dress was short and cut deep, with high, architectural shoulders. Interesting indeed!

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Tracy Ellis Ross looked gorgeous in green.

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St. Vincent chose to showcase her chic style.

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Dua Lipa in an off shoulder body-hugging silver gown.

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We are not really sure what Hennessy Carolina had in mind wearing this strange orange outfit.

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Tierra Whack's rainbow-colored coat and illustrated dress gave us no idea about her style statement.

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And we end our list with Andrea Echeverri without much comments!

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