Grammy Awards: 15 Most Disappointing Looks Of All Time
The annual Grammy Awards is undeniably one of the most anticipated nights in the entertainment industry. Hollywood stars from all facets come together to celebrate the best in music, while bands, singers, and writers from all different genres hope for one of the prestigious awards. Although the night might be focused on music and achievement, it is also one of Hollywood’s biggest nights for red carpet style. All eyes will be on the stars walking the red carpet, and over the years there have been many memorable gowns, but unfortunately, quite a few disappointing ones as well. Check out 15 times we expected more from a few of our leading red carpet fashionistas and ended up disappointed:
15. Alicia Keys — 2004
Alicia Keys is an absolute beauty, which is why her 2004 Grammys look was such a disappointment! She could seemingly pull off anything with her glowing complexion and shiny locks, but this confusing outfit seriously did her no justice. The look consisted of a pair of dark wash jeans and a color-blocked top which doubled as a dress and fanned out into a train behind her. To make matters worse, Keys rocked a denim cuff on one arm. The look was overall just quite casual for a formal awards show and will definitely go down as one of the most disappointing Grammys looks of all time.
14. Katy Perry — 2017
Katy Perry’s 2017 Grammys dress was a definite red carpet miss! We’re quite accustomed to Perry’s out-of-the-box style and statement looks by now, but this dress was simply unflattering. The shiny fabric of the bodice came across cheap looking, especially because it clung to her body in all the wrong places. We also would have much preferred if the feathers flourished into a flattering mermaid skirt of some sort rather than this voluminous column style shape which cut her awkwardly below the hips.