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2023 Grammys Best and Worst Dressed Celebrities: Photos of Red Carpet Fashion Hits and Misses

Musicians know how to push the style envelope like no other stars. That’s why the 2023 Grammys red carpet featured such a wide variety of the sexiest and boldest outfit choices, mixed in with some inevitable fashion disasters.

So many celebrities arrived at downtown Los Angeles’ Arena on Sunday, February 5, for a night that gave us some truly amazing performances. Lizzo, Bad Bunny and Mary J. Blige are among the handful of acts who hit the Grammys stage.

Of course, Harry Styles‘ performance of “As It Was” was one of the biggest moments of the night! Moreover, the former One Direction singer took home the award for Album of the Year for Harry’s House.

Harry’s presence also meant some serious style! His chic and unique fashion sense is one of a kind, and he arrived on the red carpet in an outfit that will stay in people’s memories for years to come — a rainbow harlequin jumpsuit by the Paris brand Egonlab.

The “Daylight” singer’s 2021 Grammys look is already iconic. Harry paired a yellow and blue plaid cropped blazer over a pale pink and brown sweater with a long purple fuzzy boa for added panache. Never has so much mismatched clothing looked like such fashion-forward perfection.

Viewers may have missed Beyoncé on the red carpet due to heavy Los Angeles traffic but she was certainly present for the awards show! She had last attended the event in 2018, but bypassed photographers by sneaking in a back door and going straight to her seat. But when the ceremony’s cameras found her during the telecast, she immediately became one of the night’s best dressed stars. Bey’s dramatic black gown with hip-high slits, a huge statement hat and dark sunglasses were all anyone talked about the next day when it came to Grammys fashion.

After laying low for the past several years, Beyoncé had the most Grammy nominations of any performer in 2023, with a whopping nine total, eight of which are for her album Renaissance. After winning the Grammy for Best Dance/Electronic Music Album Beyoncé now holds the record for most Grammy Award wins ever!

Bey also had nine nominations in 2017, thanks to her masterpiece, Lemonade. While it was favored to win the coveted Album of the Year trophy, she lost in the category to Adele‘s 25. The “Hello” singer even said in her acceptance speech that Beyoncé should have won, but instead the most-nominated Grammy artist of all time only took home two awards that evening, Best Urban Contemporary Album and Best Music Video.

“I can’t possibly accept this award,” Adele told the audience while looking at the “Halo” singer. “My artist of my life is Beyoncé, and this album, to me — the Lemonade album was just so monumental.” Bey’s only victory in one of the big three categories came in 2009 when “Single Ladies” won Song of the Year.

Scroll down to see the 2023 Grammy Awards best and worst dressed stars.