Puffy sleeves, colorful patterns and sneakers help the musician to stand out on the red carpet.
The "Goodies" singer wore a more toned-down version of Alexandre Vauthier's Haute Couture item, which was originally designed without the belt.
Normally stars opt for a chic runway look for the red carpet, but Halsey decided that casual wear was the way to go for the show.
The performer was ahead of her time with the crop top, Chanel helmet and monochrome ensemble.
A Swarovski crystal ball, angel wings and shiny skirt have the makings for an angelic look.
Nicki took us on a wild ride with this animal print ensemble and her Bride of Frankenstein inspired hairdo.
The long train, holey shirt and the red hair definitely give off a vibe.
Mother Monster looked badass, to say the least. Maybe it was the spikes around her collar and arms, or her fishnets, or her uber-dark sunglasses or the appearance of underboob, but the overall look definitely channeled an edgy vibe.
Can you imagine how long it took the singer-songwriter to clean off the gold face paint?
The singer paid tribute to the late David Bowie in the blue Marc Jacobs ensemble. Her hair and shoes stood in stark contrast.
The Queen of Pop always knows how to turn heads, no butts about it!
The singer took a style note from Little Red Riding Hood with this voluminous Versace cape. As for accessories, the envelope-pushing musician held on tight to a Pope look-alike for a red carpet religious experience.
The singer is clearly a fan of the color since she wore a bright yellow fur coat and sparkling dress in the same hard-to-miss shade.
The pop star arrived in one of her signature styles...
...she took the stage in this green number...
...and ended up wearing a totally different outfit by the end of the night.
Holy feathers! When she arrived to the 2004 Grammy Awards in this shocking peacock getup, she flashed way more than just a little sideboob.
Who could forget J.Lo's plunging Versace gown?
As if the fact that she was missing pants wasn't enough to turn heads, the rapper added some extra oomph to her 1998 Grammys look by covering everything from her tights to her purse in sparkles.
The singer left little to the imagination in this racy white number with midriff-high slits and a plunging neckline at the 2001 Grammys.
Nope, not lost Wood Nymphs—it's just Michelle Williams, Beyoncé and Kelly Rowland back in 2001.