The Grammys 2017 show was full of wonderful performances and worthy winners.
Adele performed a heart-warming tribute to George Michael as well as her hit Hello. Plus, the British songstress walked away with 5 gramophones – including Album, Song and Record of the Year – beating out Beyoncé in this year’s diva showdown….
Beyoncé took home 2 awards for Best Urban Contemporary Album and Best Music Video. But the real star of the Carter family was little miss Blue Ivy who rocked a Prince-inspired pink suit and made sure she joined in on the carpool karaoke fun.
Another big winner at the Grammys 2017 was David Bowie who dominated all his categories winning 5 awards posthumously.
Take a look at our Grammys 2017 red carpet round up:
The significant winner of the night looked truly stunning in green Givenchy Haute Couture dress.
Adele made sure she thanked her fans but also took the time to tell Beyoncé how much the fellow singer’s work meant to her, dedicating her award Album of the Year to her.
Everyone’s favourite triple-threat entertainer showed off her toned legs in this gown by Ralph & Russo Couture.
Model Chrissy looked radiant next to her husband, R&B singer John Legend.
In true Beyoncé style, she changed outfits 3 times including this sparkly red dress that perfectly showed off her baby bump.
Queen Bey also wore a golden, ethereal Peter Dundas gown during her performance.
Bey’s little sister, Solange, took home a gramophone for Best R&B Performance, and also rocked gold in a Gucci design.
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The former Disney star chose a nearly nude floor-length dress by Julien Macdonald for the occasion.
Riri boldly stood out on the red carpet in a two-piece Armani Privé outfit with a ruffled black skirt and a bright orange crop top.
Lea also stepped out in a two-piece Cavalli Couture creation with subtle makeup and slicked back hair.
The 2017 Grammy Awards will air on VUZU AMP channel 103 on Monday, 13 February at 3 am and repeat on Sunday, 19 February at 6 pm. You can also tune into Channel O Monday, 13 February at 7 pm to watch the 59th Annual Grammy Awards