Wacky Fashion: Why We Love the Grammys

02/11/2007 at 06:00 AM ET

Sure, the Oscars may have the glamour, and the VMAs may have the cool quotient — but we love the Grammys because it’s the award ceremony that always has the wackiest fashion choices. From Mary J. Blige‘s Big-Bird inspired Gucci ensemble to Teri Hatcher‘s I-see-London-I-see-France dress of last year, someone always turns up in an outfit that tests the boundaries of good taste and tickles our fashion funny bone. We can’t wait for tonight’s show to see who will crash and burn on the red carpet this year (and rock out onstage too!). Tell us: Who are you looking forward to seeing at the Grammys?

Click here to see the worst Grammy fashion from the past decade.


FILED UNDER: Music Style , Red Carpet
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Jackson on

Geez, where’s my shades?

BC on

oh Please just shakes my head! NEXT

LS on

Mary J: (singing) Can you tell me how to get, how to get to Sesame Street?” LOL!

lorelay on

oh! for god´s sake! did the chicken braked the egg? mary!!!! hello! it is not, NOT a safe look with this bird flu virus going on!

C on

This outfit even makes her skin appear yellow!

Marissa!!!!! on

is it just me or does she look like a cross between a banana and big bird!

Dawn on

She Killed Big Bird for that Jacket.

Dawnie on

Hey Big Bird! Where’s Oscar and friends? did ya quit Sesame Street or are you taking a break?

Anybody on

Does she have any sense of fashion?

Cherany on

I’m probably going to be the only one, but I love this! I esp. want the coat!

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