Nude colors. Subdued styles. That pretty much sums of this year's Grammys.
She's your Dreamgirl. Beyonce wore a champagne-colored strapless dress by Giorgio Armani Prive with crystals on the bustline and waistline.
Ain't no other man, can't pull it off like Christina Aguilera! Christina Aguilera looks elegant in an Ungaro white strapless gown with purple trim around the bust and a beige ribbon around her waist.
I was never a fan of her style choices but this time, Vanessa Minnillo blew me away with this shimmery silver mini dress! It's uber-cute!
This is no family affair. Mary J. Blige looked classy in Michael Kors' nude-colored, V-neck beaded gown with a metallic belt. According to the star herself, "I had this plan for about three months. I walked into a Michael Kors store, and Michael Kors' mother was there, Joan Kors, and she was having a trunk show and there were models there. And I saw the dress and said put that dress on that model. The model was built and shaped like me. I said that's my Grammy dress. Put it on hold." So now you know.
Here's a secret: I am infatuated with Scarlett Johansson. Doesn't she look absolutely gorgeous as a Grammys presenter? She wore a navy-and-black cocktail dress with a fitted corset by Monique Lhuillier.
Nelly Furtado is one hot mama. She look fabulous in this itsy-bitsy white and gold cocktail gown by Roberto Cavalli although some fashion critics have said otherwise.
I love her songs but I'm not such a fan of her... err, individuality thing. Imogen Heap says, "A fabulous designer from Los Angeles got in touch with me via MySpace asking me if she could make my Grammy dress, and this is what happened." Haha, this woman has a sense of humour - that's how she earned the final spot on this Grammys entry.