All of music's hottest stars are gathered together in their Sunday best, which can only mean one thing: It's the Grammys red carpet!
From gorgeous gowns and dresses to trendy fashion choices, here are all the must-see looks.
The night's host and 15-time Grammy winner Alicia Keys looked killer in this deep-V red gown with buttons down the front.
A star has arrived! Lady Gaga lit up the red carpet in this sparkly silver number with a thigh-high slit.
Cardi B is never afraid to make a red carpet statement, and her look at the Grammys was certainly the talk of the town! With pink gloves and tons of pearls, she looked a bit like a modern Marilyn Monroe ... as a mermaid.
The international superstar stole the red carpet in this jewel-encrusted column gown topped with showstopping, broad-brimmed hat.
Pink, sparkles and an open back? We'd expect nothing less of the "Havana" singer!
Jada Pinkett Smith
Does Jada Pinkett Smith age? The 47-year-old was positively glowing on the Grammys red carpet.
Newlywed Miley Cyrus (to husband Liam Hemsworth) looked fierce in this oversized, menswear-inspired tuxedo jacket and black flare-leg pants, perfectly paired with strappy sandals.
Yet another newlywed (to husband Daryl Sabara) stuck with the bridal theme in this white jumpsuit with silver details and exaggerated shoulders.
The "Say My Name" singer wasn't afraid to call out designers who wouldn't dress her because she didn't fit into a sample size. And with this princess-worthy gown, she's proving just how wrong they all were.
Chloe x Halle
Halle Bailey and Chloe Bailey, the sisters of Chloe X Halle who sang "America the Beautiful" at the Super Bowl this year, wore coordinating pleated outfits for the Grammys.
The pop star looked like a cotton candy-colored dream in this silver-and-pink confection.
Taking a cue from old Hollywood glamour, the "New Rules" singer paired a slinky silver gown with a sleek bob haircut and gorgeous jeweled necklace.
Tracee Ellis Ross
Ever the fashionista, Tracee Ellis Ross chose a striking neon green suit with a snake detail circling her waist.
Never change, Dolly Parton! The country superstar wore a shimmery, shiny red frock and her signature smile.
The "Stitches" singer looked dapper as ever in a royal blue suit with an open black button-down underneath.
"In The Middle" singer Maren Morris topped off her sweet floral gown with a neon yellow detail for an unexpected twist.
The country singer went for an ultraromantic look in this whimsical tulle gown with a tad of shimmer.
The star of "Russian Doll" on Netflix makes the case for curly bangs and a little attitude in this sequins-covered minidress.
Anna Kendrick wore a feather-y pink minidress and high ponytail.
With silver sequins and gray feathers, this jumpsuit is making a statement on the red carpet.
Can we officially declare Janelle Monae a quadruple threat? The singer, actress, dancer and style icon owns every red carpet she steps on.
The singer-songwriter looked elegant in a strapless tulle gown with a waist-cinching sash.
Little Big Town
Jimi Westbrook, Karen Fairchild, Kimberly Schlapman and Philip Sweet of Little Big Town arrived on the red carpet looking ready for a fun night. Kimberly Schlapman wore a nude-colored gown with a bedazzled bodice while Karen Fairchild went for a sheer, sparkly high-neck gown with a bodysuit and a big hat.
The "Scars to Your Beautiful" songstress looked glam in a laser cut-out black dress paired with the perfect red lip.
The "We Don't Talk Anymore" singer-songwriter favored a trendier look at the Grammys in this double-breasted brown suit.
Florida Georgia Line
Brian Kelley (left) and Tyler Hubbard of the band Florida Georgia Line pose with their wives in slick, gold-flecked suits.
The supermodel and TV personality put her famous gams on display in this fashion-forward minidress.
Never one to shy away from controversy, Joy Villa's dress came complete with a political slogan, barbed wire detail across the shoulder and "Make America Great Again" handbag.
Now that's a slit! The E! host never fails to find a red carpet winner to wear to every event, and the Grammys were no exception.