The Grammys red carpet is officially underway.
Trevor Noah is acting as host once again for the 66th Grammy Awards live from the Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles. SZA leads the pack of nominees this year, with nine nominations including Album of the Year for "SOS." Other nominees include Phoebe Bridgers (and her musical group boygenius) with seven nominations, Taylor Swift, Olivia Rodrigo, Jon Baptiste and Billie Eilish all have six nominations each.
Before the who's who of the music industry gather to see who takes home the coveted gramophone award, they're hitting the red carpet in their finest looks.
Below, we've gathered the must-see 2024 Grammys red carpet looks you won't want to miss — from the best to the worst, and everything in between.
Swift fuelled rumours of "Reputation (Taylor's Version)" with a red carpet look inspired by her 2017 album for the 2024 Grammys. The "Anti-Hero" singer wore a custom gown by Schiaparelli that featured a lengthy train and glamorous black gloves.
Lipa, who's nominated for her song "Dance The Night Away" from the "Barbie" movie, wore a custom silver look by Courreges with strategically placed cut outs on the hips.
The "Flowers" singer was a golden glamazon in a bold custom Maison Margiela look that featured windswept hair and gold netting.
Clarkson channeled old Hollywood glam on the Grammys red carpet. The singer and Grammy nominee was joined by the sweetest date, her 7 year old son, Remy.
The "Sour" singer looked elegant in a cream coloured silk gown with sequin embellishments and a bold red lip.
The "Paint the Town Red" singer went for a sheer gown with lace detail that showed her unique body art including a faux face tattoo of the dress's designer, Dilara Findikoglu.
Minogue wore a custom Dolce & Gabbana floor-length gown with corset detailing. Minogue took home the Grammy for Best Pop recording for her song, "Padam Paam" in a ceremony prior to the live broadcast.
The singer and Grammy nominee was glowing on the red carpet in a white princess gown with a bustier bodice.
"Love Me Like You Do" singer Ellie Goulding wore a feathered sheer black gown with lace detailing by Zuhair Murad.
"The Little Mermaid" star glittered in a plunging neckline gown that showed off her diamond lariat necklace.
The Grammy nominee brought the glamour in a show-stopping sequinned gown by Armani Privé.
John Legend and Chrissy Teigen
Legend and Teigen hit the red carpet of the 2024 Grammys in style. The model and cookbook author opted for a floral mini dress while Legend looked dapper in a monochrome silk look.
Singer Chloe Bailey stunned in a gold-beaded asymmetrical gown from Gaurav Gupta, paired with long copper hair.
"The Color Purple" actress opted for a sheer skin-toned Cong Tri gown with black detailing.
The German model and TV host wore a cut-out black gown with a silver-stoned neckline and bodice detailing.
The Best New Artist nominee who spent a majority of 2023 on tour with Taylor Swift opted for an all-black ensemble featuring a corset top and ruffled maxi skirt.
Brazilian supermodel Alessandra Ambrosio showed off her figure in a tight, metallic latex gown that reflected the red carpet lights.
The reality-star turned TV personality wore a stylish structured tea-length look by Christian Siriano.
The "What Was I Made For" singer stayed true to her roots in a look by Willy Chavarria that featured a custom "Barbie" bomber jacket.
Model Paris Jackson covered up her tattoos in body makeup for the Grammys red carpet. She donned a black off-the-shoulder gown by Celine with a midriff cutout.
First-time Grammy nominee Coco Jones wore a Celia Kritharioti deep V-neck gown and accessorized with a body chain from Swarovski x SKIMS.
"Love in the Villa" actress Kat Graham wore a white cutout gown with exaggerated shoulders and a dramatic cape.
The Christian music singer wore a navy ruffled gown with colourful detailing and a thigh-high slit. She paired the look with a brown felt hat.
"Stick Season" singer and Best New Artist nominee wore a monochromatic black suit for his first Grammys.
Phoebe Bridgers, Lucy Dacus and Julien Baker who reportedly were paying homage to musician Elliot Smith with their coordinating Thom Browne looks on the Grammys red carpet. The group added a special nod to their fans, who gift the band pink carnations inspired by their song, "We Are In Love."
The "I Know A Few Things A Man Oughta Know" singer wore a chic twist on her signature look with a head-to-toe black ensemble with bold gold buttons.
American folk rock singer Brandi Carlile stunned on the red carpet in an apricot orange ensemble, paired with a pink blouse.
Actress Laverne Cox opted for a fashion-forward look by Comme des Garçons for the Grammys red carpet.
Singer and drummer Sheila E., 66, opted for a colourful oversized suit on the Grammys red carpet.
The "Wild Ones" musician and Grammy nominee wore a camel beige Louis Vuitton jacket paired with a simple white tee and matching pants.