Chris Brown & Other Celebs Who Brought Their Kids As a Plus-One to the Grammys

Here are all the celebrities who brought their kids as their guests to the 2020 Grammys!

By Alyssa Ray Jan 27, 2020 4:10 AMTags
Watch: Chris Brown Posts Humble Brag of Daughter Dancing to "Gimme That"

A precious plus-one.

Sunday evening was music's biggest night, the 2020 Grammys. Thus, it wasn't surprising when countless artists brought their kids as plus-ones to the awards show.

As we reported earlier, Chris Brown turned the 62nd Annual Grammy Awards into a family affair as he brought 5-year-old daughter Royalty Brown as his guest. While Chris wore a yellow-and-pink-striped Prada sweater and black trousers, Royalty channeled a princess with a white blouse and a matching cream-colored skirt.

Of course, the "Heat" artist wasn't the only industry veteran to bring family to the Staples Center.

In fact, Ozzy Osbourne had a father-daughter outing to the awards show as he walked the red carpet with Kelly Osbourne. Dressed in coordinating black ensembles, the Osbournes appeared to enjoy themselves as they laughed their way down the step-and-repeat. You're never too old for bonding time with dad, right?

Grammys 2020 Red Carpet Fashion

For a closer look at all the celebs who brought their youngsters to the Grammys, be sure to scroll through the images below!

Billy Ray Cyrus

Noah Cyrus dubbed the Grammys a "daddy daughter date night."


The rapper's daughter Harmony Jackson looked very dapper at music's biggest night.

Anderson .Paak

The American rapper was joined by wife Jae Lin and son Soul Rasheed on the red carpet.

Ozzy Osbourne

The rock 'n' roll legend strolled down the red carpet with his 35-year-old daughter.

Chris Brown

The "Loyal" artist stopped for a photo with daughter Royalty at the Grammys.

Iron & Wine

The "Call It Dreaming" artist was joined by his family at the awards show.

PJ Morton

The Maroon 5 keyboardist was all smiles next to daughter Peyton after winning the Grammy for R&B song of the year.

Nipsey Hussle's Family

The rapper won a posthumous award at the 62nd annual Grammy Awards. Thus, it was only right that his daughter Emani Asghedom was in attendance.


The singer-songwriter brought his son Cosimo as his plus-one to the Grammys.

The 2020 Grammy Awards were held at Los Angeles' Staples Center and aired live on CBS.

Check out a full list of 2020 Grammy Award winners.