Grammy Awards: 7 Best Dressed From Years Past

  
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The Grammy Awards aren’t really like any other award shows. Celebrities don’t dress as crazy as at the MTV VMAs, but they definitely don’t dress as conservatively as is expected at the Academy Awards. Even though celebrities can take fashion a little further at the Grammys, it doesn’t mean that they can totally ignore all the basic rules of fashion. The Grammy Awards are coming up this weekend and we thought that now would be a good time to take a look at which celebrities have gotten it right on the red carpet over the years. Here are 7 best dressed celebrities from years past!

7. Carrie Underwood

Carrie Underwood brought her A game to the 55th Annual Grammy Awards. She donned this black strapless lace embroidered Roberto Cavalli gown, which featured a mermaid silhouette and a sweetheart neckline. She accessorized with a 380-carat diamond necklace from Johnathon Arndt. She didn’t necessarily need the necklace – the dress had enough beautiful detailing as it was. However, adding some extra bling never hurt anyone.

At the Grammy Awards, the country singer performed a medley of her no. 1 hit “Blown Away” and her latest single at the time “Two Black Cadillacs.” She wore a different dress for her performance – an LED one. As she sang, different images were projected onto the dress. “There’s so many big performances at the Grammys,” she told reporters after the show. “I just like to stand still and sing sometimes. So this was the best way to do that, and it still created something visually attention-capturing and beautiful.”

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6. Miley Cyrus

Miley Cyrus looked chic and sexy (we never thought those words would be used to describe Miley) at the 52nd Annual Grammy Awards. She rocked this denim Hervé Léger by Max Azria Spring 2010 bandage dress with black strappy Balenciaga sandals and a matching box clutch. These days, the controversial pop star doesn’t quite do it up in style like she used to. She seems more interested in being shocking, which has resulted in her making a number of unstylish choices.

The former “Hannah Montana” star has admitted that she is aware of the fact that she doesn’t dress appropriately anymore, but she doesn’t care. “I always tell people, I don’t have to wake up and go work in a normal office,” she told The Kit. She thinks that because she has young fans she can dress in any way she wants. We miss her old sense of style. Now we can only put her on best dressed lists for things she wore five years ago!

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