Music and singing fans had a date with the biggest event in the music industry, the 65th Annual Grammy Awards, to be held at Crypto.com Arena (formerly Staples Center) on February 5 2023, from 8:00 a.m. at 11:30 p.m. EST As part of music's biggest night, Trevor Noah will host the concert for the third year in a row.
The Grammy Awards have been known as a platform for some of the most iconic red carpet looks of decades, but this year there were more memorable looks with the number of this year's nominees for each category doubling. to 10 of the traditional five.
We take a close look at the looks of stars and celebrities as they walked the 2023 Grammy Awards red carpet, which was characterized by the latest fashions and formal outfits.
The star, Taylor Swift , stepped out with a sparkling look suitable for the Grammy ceremony red carpet, where she chose a blue dress studded with shiny lobes by Roberto Cavalli, the dress is made of two pieces, the upper part is a short long-sleeved top, and a long stereoscopic skirt of the same color, jewelry encrusted with blue diamonds are also coordinated with her look.
Rap star Doja Cat grabbed attention with a signature black Versace look, as her one-shoulder leather dress was accompanied by long gloves and a long tail, and she chose dramatic makeup after completely ditching her eyebrows and adopting black winged eyeliner with glossy lipstick, and opting for a short black wig hairstyle.
The star, Viola Davis , who joined the EGOT club after winning her first Grammy Award for Best Audiobook, chose a multicolored embroidered short-sleeved dress, characterized by a fringe of the lower part of the dress, The star coordinated with her colorful earrings and adopted a simple makeup with a natural hairstyle.
Actress Lizzo stepped onto the Grammy's red carpet wearing an eerie, as usual, signature Dolce & Gabbana look, as it consisted of a flower-covered coat in bright orange, with a dress sleeveless shirt of the same color, which was adorned with silver sequins in the upper part.
The star, Jesse Wilson, appeared in a modern white look, signed by Annakiki, as she appeared in a full white suit consisting of a jacket and matching trousers with star details cut into the fabric, and completed her look with a bag and shoes in the same color.
Actress Alisha Gaddis grabbed attention with a look all in multicolored roses, complete with huge tulle sleeves. A dress from fashion designer Rachel Burke.
In a cowboy style, Canadian star Shania Twain appeared in a brilliant costume that combined black and white, with a seventies design with wide legs, and completed her strange look with fiery red hair and a large hat. in the same color as the suit, Shaina also chose a diamond necklace and dangling earrings to complete her look.
Beyoncé , with her delicate and elegant look, caught the eye, shining in a gold and silver dress by "Gucci", with black leather gloves, to complete the look, the star adopted a curly hairstyle, while wearing eye-catching Lorraine Schwartz earrings, including six white diamonds.
Beyoncé: 32 awards in her pocket…, the artist who wins the most awards in the history of the Grammys
International superstar Beyoncé has made history by setting a record in the history of the prestigious Grammy Awards, as the famous pop star has won 32 Grammy Awards out of 88 nominations during her career, including snatching 4 awards at the 65th Annual Grammy Awards held Sunday in Los Angeles, and was presented by Trevor Noah for the third year in a row.
The 41-year-old has more Grammy Awards than any other female artist. Beyoncé won 4 awards, as follows: Grammy Award for Best Dance Electronic Recording for “Break My Soul”, Grammy Award for Best Traditional R&B Performance for “Plastic Of the Sofa” and Grammy Award for Best R&B Song for “Cuff” . and a Grammy Award for Best Electronic Dance Album for "Renaissance."
With this landslide victory at the Grammys, the iconic pop star has overtaken the late classical bandleader Sir Georg Solti, who set the all-time record by winning 31 Grammy Awards out of 74 nominations. "I try not to be sentimental, said Beyoncé in her moving speech. I want to thank God for protecting me, thank God. I want to thank my uncle Johnny, he is not here, but his spirit is there . I also want to thank my parents for loving and supporting me. I would like to thank my beautiful husband and my three beautiful children, who are watching the concert from their home," she said.
A black woman did it...
The pop star's fans and fans took to social media sites to express their happiness and pride in their favorite artist, praising her historic achievement, saying, "A black woman did it," texting her messages of love, praise and congratulations on his great victory. Beyoncé took to her social media accounts to express her happiness and posted a series of photos on her Instagram account, and sent a message of thanks and gratitude to her fans, saying, "Thank you all so much for your love and your loyalty. I feel very grateful."