Grammys red carpet roundup 2019: All the must-see fashion from the night

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By Emily Sher

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.

Alicia Keys

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The night's host and 15-time Grammy winner Alicia Keys looked killer in this deep-V red gown with buttons down the front.

Lady Gaga

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A star has arrived! Lady Gaga lit up the red carpet in this sparkly silver number with a thigh-high slit.

Cardi B

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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.

Jennifer Lopez

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The international superstar stole the red carpet in this jewel-encrusted column gown topped with showstopping, broad-brimmed hat.

Camila Cabello

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Pink, sparkles and an open back? We'd expect nothing less of the "Havana" singer!

Jada Pinkett Smith

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Does Jada Pinkett Smith age? The 47-year-old was positively glowing on the Grammys red carpet.

Miley Cyrus

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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.

Meghan Trainor

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Yet another newlywed (to husband Daryl Sabara) stuck with the bridal theme in this white jumpsuit with silver details and exaggerated shoulders.

Bebe Rexha

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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

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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.

Katy Perry

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The pop star looked like a cotton candy-colored dream in this silver-and-pink confection.

Dua Lipa

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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

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Ever the fashionista, Tracee Ellis Ross chose a striking neon green suit with a snake detail circling her waist.

Dolly Parton

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Never change, Dolly Parton! The country superstar wore a shimmery, shiny red frock and her signature smile.

Shawn Mendes

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The "Stitches" singer looked dapper as ever in a royal blue suit with an open black button-down underneath.

Maren Morris

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"In The Middle" singer Maren Morris topped off her sweet floral gown with a neon yellow detail for an unexpected twist.

Kelsea Ballerini

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The country singer went for an ultraromantic look in this whimsical tulle gown with a tad of shimmer.

Natasha Lyonne

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The star of "Russian Doll" on Netflix makes the case for curly bangs and a little attitude in this sequins-covered minidress.

Anna Kendrick

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Anna Kendrick wore a feather-y pink minidress and high ponytail.

Ashlee Simpson

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With silver sequins and gray feathers, this jumpsuit is making a statement on the red carpet.

Janelle Monae

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Can we officially declare Janelle Monae a quadruple threat? The singer, actress, dancer and style icon owns every red carpet she steps on.

Kacey Musgraves

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The singer-songwriter looked elegant in a strapless tulle gown with a waist-cinching sash.

Little Big Town

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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.

Alessia Cara

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The "Scars to Your Beautiful" songstress looked glam in a laser cut-out black dress paired with the perfect red lip.

Charlie Puth

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The "We Don't Talk Anymore" singer-songwriter favored a trendier look at the Grammys in this double-breasted brown suit.

Florida Georgia Line

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Brian Kelley (left) and Tyler Hubbard of the band Florida Georgia Line pose with their wives in slick, gold-flecked suits.

Heidi Klum

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The supermodel and TV personality put her famous gams on display in this fashion-forward minidress.

Joy Villa

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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.

Giuliana Rancic

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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.

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