Music's biggest night is here, and the stars brought their A-game to the red carpet for the occasion.
Celebrities like Miley Cyrus, Jennifer Lopez, Shawn Mendes, Camila Cabello, Lady Gaga, Cardi B and Janelle Monáe hit the red carpet ready to impress at the 61st Annual Grammy Awards at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California.
However, a few stars — we're looking at you, Joy Villa — took fashion risks that fell flat.
The controversial singer, who has made more headlines for her style choices than her songs, wore an attention-grabbing dress to show her support for President Donald Trump's plan for a proposed border wall between the United States and Mexico.
That wasn't the only headline-making moment on the red carpet. Singer Ricky Rebel also made a political statement at the awards show, wearing a red-white-and-blue jacket that said "Keep America Great!," "Trump" and "2020."
Several adorable couples engaged in PDA for photographers before entering the awards show. Singer Meghan Trainor, in a glamorous white jumpsuit, got a kiss from her new husband, Daryl Sabara, as the adorable newlyweds posed for pics.
Alex Rodriguez and Jennifer Lopez, Evan Ross and Ashlee Simpson, and Alicia Keys and Swizz Beatz were also making googly eyes at each other on their way to the Grammys.
But let's face it: It's the over-the-top fashion looks that had everyone online talking.
Scroll through the gallery below to see the worst and best stars in attendance at the 2019 Grammy Awards.
BEST: Miley Cyrus
The newlywed stuns in a black suit that may be her hottest Grammys look of all time.prevnext
BEST: Lady Gaga
The red carpet stunner, who arrived at the Grammys already having won an award for Best Song Written for Visual Media for "Shallow," shines in a silver metallic gown with a thigh-high slit.prevnext
WORST: Joy Villa
The conservative singer is no stranger to red carpet controversy. This year she is trying way too hard to get attention with a "build the wall" dress designed by Designers Allinger of Desi Designs, complete with barbed wire and a spiky headpiece.prevnext
BEST: Camila Cabello
The "Havana" songstress looks pretty in pink in this sparkly, floor-length gown, with an open back, by Armani Privé. It's both playful and perfect.prevnext
Hector Buitrado and Andrea Echeverry, from the Colombian rock band Aterciopelados, pay homage to the Grammys with what can only be described as gramophone nipples.prevnext
BEST: Cardi B
The "Money" rapper brings the drama in this bombshell look from the fall 1995 collection by Mugler.prevnext
BEST: Janelle Monáe
No surprise here: The "Make Me Feel" singer once again takes a red carpet risk which totally pays off.prevnext
BEST: Bebe Rexha
The singer, who is nominated for Best New Artist and Best Collaboration for "Meant to Be" with Florida Georgia Line, looks radiant in a red Monsoori dress with a diamond necklace, earrings and bracelet.prevnext
WORST: Tayla Parx
We take no issue with the sneakers, but there is way too much fabric happening here.prevnext
BEST: Jennifer Lopez
We finally figured it out: J. Lo's confidence can literally sell us on any outfit. Somehow, this giant hat works on her. Well done, J.Lo.prevnext
BEST: Kacey Musgraves
The country star wows in Valentino couture with gorgeous tulle and a pink sash.prevnext
WORST: Ricky Rebel
Rebel's pro-Trump ensemble looks more like a cheap costume than an awards show outfit.prevnext
BEST: Kelsea Ballerini
The nominee for Best Country Album looks effortlessly chic in this nude number.prevnext
WORST: Post Malone
The rapper likes to have fun on the red carpet, but this pink suit is giving us major rodeo clown vibes.prevnext
BEST: Maren Morris
The Grammy nominee stands out from the crowd in a beautiful gown from Galia Lahav Couture.prevnext
WORST: Saint Heart
The star's Fowie Sacres butterfly number fails to take flight at the Grammy Awards.prev