Monday, February 14, 2011

53rd Annual Grammy Awards

Jennifer Hudson in Versace

The Grammy Awards always seem to be a night of fun filled with elements of surprised. Unfortunately, I felt that the 53rd Annual Grammy Awards last night were sort of lackluster. Sure, Gaga was in an egg, but the egg prevented us from seeing what she was WEARING. (Prosthetic shoulder pads, anyone?) Still, she and a few others managed to keep it interesting- less Bieber, more fever.

My top pick for the night has to go to Jennifer Hudson in a fierce, asymmetrical Versace dress. She looks amazing and this dress is fantastic on her. From color to cut to styling, she made it WERK!

Ciara in Emilio Pucci

But it wouldn't be the Grammys without a little sass. Kudos to risk-takers Ciara and Jennifer Lopez, both in Pucci and both stunning. Not going to lie, I would never wear either of these dresses myself, but the bravery and confidence of these lovely ladies must be recognized. My only wish is that J. Lo's skirt was about two or three inches longer.

Jennifer Lopez in Emilio Pucci

The best part of the entire show had to be Cee Lo and Gwenyth Paltrow's "Forget You" duet. Gwenyth rocked out in a Stella McCartney jumpsuit with Cee Lo brought on the avian glam with silver rhinestones and primary colored feathers!

Of course other stars also picked class over sass. Here are a few more of the best looks of the night.

Julianne Hough in Catherine Malandrino

Selena Gomez in J. Mendel

Florence Welch in Givenchy


  1. I have been so excited to see someone rock a dress from that Givenchy collection, and who better than Florence Welch? She always looks so ethereal...J Mendel is killing it this season, and I thought Selena Gomez looked beautiful (maybe wished for a darker silver though). Finally, J Lo...ugh. Love the idea of the dress but the length is RIDIC!

  2. I have always had respect for Jennifer, however, showing her bottom at her age I find it disgusting and I have lost respect for her now. I now see her as trash!!!


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