With my actual Grammy (A National Treasure) in the hospital with the flu AND pneumonia, I found it very difficult to concentrate on the Grammy Awards hosted in NY last night. I'm unashamed to admit I didn't view them live and opted instead to catch up online. So let's just get right down to the nitty-gritty of who pleased us and who did not.
Common (above) is now and will always be in the WHO PLEASED category. I found his red-velvet look last night exceptionally dashing. Standing O!
As a duo and independently, Chrissy Tiegen and John Legend can be counted upon to give the viewer her money's worth. I would never accuse them of phoning it in. Look at the drama and the coordination of these two superlative outfits! Complimentary and one does not outshine the other. It seems their marriage follows this exact formula. Standing O!
Likewise Janelle Monae will always exhibit something interesting for the crowd. While I'm never a fan of trousers eating feet, nor am I a fan of things that look unpressed, this suit still manages to be both interesting and on point for the Grammy Awards (a show that practically begs its attendees to be a Hell No). I am a sucker for embroidery and this Dolce & Gabbana employs it artfully. Standing O!
Hailee Steinfeld's Alexander Vauthier was the talk of the red carpet and, I concur, it was slamming; but I'm not 100% on board with those specific boots. Yes to the purple but they leaned a little plastic-y for my eye. I am still giving a Standing O because it is the Grammys and she provided intrigue without being ridiculous.
Zayn Malik in a pink Richard James suit and Ralph Lauren shoes and patterned socks. There's not much else to add except Standing O!
Everyone was fainting down to the floor over Gaga's dress. Ok. It's pretty and dramatic and not meat! For that I give a tip of the hat to Gaga! And, also, the dress converts to this:
This has an ACTUAL hat and no dress. It's a pretty good look overall for the Grammys even if the lace bodysuit skews a little Ice Capades for my liking. Standing O!
If nitty-gritty is what we are going for then here it is:
I trust you have eyes. Hell No, Pink!