From low cut tops to thigh high splits and major political statements - plenty of stars have turned up the heat on the Grammys red carpet.
Pryianka Choppra turned the most heads on the night with a gown taking ‘low-cut’ to a whole new level.
The 37-year-old Quantico star stunned fans when she arrived at the music awards in Los Angeles wearing a risqué Ralph & Russo gown, with a front plunge all the way down to the belly button.
But it was clearly between Lizzo and Ariana Grande for best dressed, with the powerhouse singers completely owning the 2020 Grammys red carpet.
Lizzo stunned in white sleeveless Versace slit gown and diamonds, with a shawl and matching purse. She also rocked a sexy thigh high split.
Meanwhile Ariana Grande looked like a princess in her all-gray dress, designed by Giambattista Valli, which is reportedly 6m in diameter. She then had a true Cinderella moment when she changed into a second stunning look.
Singer Bebe Rexha went nude underneath and oversized blazer.
Meanwhile model and influencer Bella Harris suffered a slight wardrobe malfunction with a thigh split that went a little too high, forcing her to use her purse for some extra coverage.
Pia Mia showed plenty of this skin in this short silver number.
Singer Jojo had nothing but a tiny jewelled strap holding her extreme thigh split in place.
Youtuber and makeup artist Nikita Dragun leaving very little to the imagination in this beaded ‘naked’ dress.
American songwriter and record producer Nija Charles showed off plenty of midriff in a goddess-like golden wrap dress.
Grammy nominee Nathalie Joachim was glowing in this fiery number.
E! host Erin Lim showing off plenty of leg in her thigh-high split dress by Kim Kassas Couture.
Little-known singer Ricky Rebel took things one step further, stripping off layer after layer for an almost x-rated red carpet look complete with pro-Trump message written across his exposed cheeks.
Ozzy Osbourne walks Grammys red carpet after shock diagnosis
Ozzy Osbourne has walked the Grammys 2020 red carpet with the help of a cane and his daughter Kelly Osbourne.
It’s the first major outing for the rock star who last week revealed his secret battle Parkinson's disease, a degenerative neurological condition.
“It was the worst, longest, most painful, miserable year of my life,” the Black Sabbath star revealed in an interview on Good Morning America with his wife Sharon Osbourne, 67.
He has a ‘mild form’ of Parkin 2, which is a form of Parkinson's disease, that was discovered after he suffered a fall at his home over a year ago.
However, despite the shock news, Ozzy appeared in good spirits while posing for cameras on the red carpet ahead of the 62nd Annual Grammy Awards ceremony at STAPLES Center in Los Angeles.
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