The "I Like It" rapper gives us Sandro Botticelli "The Birth of Venus" vibes in her Thierry Mugler 1995 Fall Couture gown.
The Grammy-nominated artist brings bold and bright fashion to the awards show with her rainbow-colored coat and illustrated dress.
Looking like a literal Grammy Award, Andrea makes a splash on the red carpet with her gold get-up.
Nothing is off limits for Shawn, who rocks a black asymmetrical quilt, leggings and football-looking pads.
Float like a butterfly, sting like a bee! Saint Heart opts for a whimsical gown that features a butterfly-like design.
Ricky Rebel makes a literal fashion statement, wearing a bedazzled "Make America Great Again" blazer, white pants and mirror-like sunglasses.
Fantastic Negrito won a Grammy award for Contemporary Blues Album for Please Don't Be Dead. Aside from his win, the singer's vibrant orange outfit is also a knock-out.
This isn't the first time Joy Villa has worn a pro-Trump ensemble. At the 59th Annual Grammys, the singer wore a "Make America Great Again" dress. This year, she opts for a white and gray gown that features the statement, "Build the Wall," on the back of her dress. She hid her outfit wearing a silver sequins cape and MAGA handbag.
Tayla Parx brings the pink to the red carpet, wearing an over-the-top pink dress with an assortment of frills.
Leon Bridges is already going home with a Grammy for Best Traditional R&B Performance for "Bet Ain't Worth the Hand." He's still nominated tonight for Best R&B Album. The Grammy-winner wears an eccentric yellow suit by Bode that pays homage to his roots in Texas.