Miley Cyrus, Rihanna, Jennifer Hudson

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Isn't showing up for Clive Davis' famous pre-Grammy's party but ditching the main event equivalent to making it to the wedding ceremony but not the reception?

We have no idea why Miley Cyrus, Rihanna and Jennifer Hudson were no-shows at Sunday's Grammy Awards.

But we're even more confused by their stylish appearances the night before. It feels like one big couture tease.

All three looks are making us crazy curious as to what these ladies would have worn to the big show!

We're not sure we'd call the "Wrecking Ball" singer's pink alpaca costume a dress, but it is shockingly more covered-up than the typical cropped-tops she wears. Unfortunately, it's like she swung too far in the other direction. This belongs on a New Yorker stuck in the Polar Vortex, not a Cali girl at a hot industry party.

The "Stay" singer could teach Miley a lesson or two. Her canary yellow Alexandre Vauthier gown is dripping with glam. Nevermind that we have no idea how it's staying on her body without causing a dozen wardrobe malfunctions! The color is perfect and the silky fabric is like liquid.

But could Hudson actually be the sexiest of the bunch? Her primary colored Christophe Kane mini shows of that slimmed figure in crazy hot style. The whole thing, however, feels about 1985 for our tastes. Kind of like something Whitney (may she rest in peace) Houston would wear.

We'd crown a winner, but that doesn't seem right given these three wanted nothing to do with competition this year so they'll have to sit out the accolades as well.

Watch the Fashion Police: 2014 Grammy Awards special tonight at 9/8c only on E! 

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