The 66th Grammys Awards brought together music stars for a night of glitz, talent, and recognition.
On the red carpet, big names like Taylor Swift, Olivia Rodrigo, and Miley Cyrus made waves, setting the stage for a night where female artists took the spotlight. As the awards unfolded at the Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles, it was clear that women were not only shining in style but also claiming the top honors.
On the fancy red carpet full of shiny and cool fashion, the 66th Grammy Awards was a big win for musicians. The show ended with a bunch of important awards going to great artists. Taylor Swift’s album Midnights got the best album award, and Miley Cyrus won for her song Flowers in the best record category. The night wasn’t just about music achievements; it also showed off the different and amazing styles of artists like Dua Lipa, Phoebe Bridgers, Billie Eilish, and Victoria Monét, who all had their own cool fashion that caught everyone’s attention.
Let’s look on to some red carpet looks along with the achievements!
Taylor Swift Shines In Schiaparelli Haute Couture
Taylor Swift made history by winning the Album of the Year award for her album Midnights at the Grammy Awards. This is a big deal because she’s the first person ever to win this award four times! Earlier in the show, she also won an award for Best Pop Vocal Album. In her acceptance speech, Taylor shared exciting news about her upcoming new album. The stylish singer, wearing a stunning outfit from Schiaparelli Haute Couture and adorned with jewelry from Lorraine Schwartz, definitely stole the spotlight at the event.
Dua Lipa’s Stylish Performance
Dua Lipa, the singer, looked amazing at the event. She wore a special silver dress from Courrèges, and her jewelry was from Tiffany & Co. Not just looking good, Dua Lipa also took the stage and performed. It was a stylish moment for her at the Grammy Awards.
Boygenius Stuns In White Suits
The cool group called Boygenius, with Julien Baker, Lucy Dacus, and Phoebe Bridgers, rocked the Grammy Awards in awesome matching white suits by Thom Browne. They looked sharp with black ties and pretty pink flowers on their suits. The group won their first Grammys for the best rock performance with Not Strong Enough, and the same song also grabbed the award for best rock song. Plus, their album, The Record, was a big winner, earning them the trophy for the best alternative music album. It was indeed a fantastic night for Boygenius at the Grammys!
Miley Cyrus’s Golden Elegance
Miley Cyrus rocked the Grammy Awards, winning Record of the Year for her song Flowers. Dressed in a custom Maison Margiela dress and stylish shoes by Christian Louboutin for Margiela, Miley’s fashion game was on point. This marked her second Grammy of the night, following the Best Pop Solo Performance win for the same song. In a moment of celebration, she danced with fellow nominee Billie Eilish.
Olivia Rodrigo’s Vintage Glam & Powerful Grammy Performance
Olivia Rodrigo, who was up for six Grammy Awards in 2024, looked stunning in a cool outfit from the past. She wore a vintage Versace dress and sparkly Bulgari jewelry. She took the Grammy stage alone, surrounded by a dark backdrop with a touch of red. Singing passionately, her face adorned with what seemed like smeared blood, Rodrigo delivered her song Vampire.
Shakti Wins Grammy For “This Moment”
The amazing Indian jazz band Shakti won the Global Music Album award for their album This Moment at the 2024 Grammy Awards. It’s a big deal because it’s their first studio release in 46 years! The band, which was once called “Turiyananda Sangit,” originally started in 1973 with British guitarist John McLaughlin, Indian tabla maestro Zakir Hussain, and percussionist Vikku Vinayakram. Later, violinist L. Shankar and the late mridangam maestro Ramnad Raghavan joined them. After releasing three albums, they took a break in 1977 but reunited in 2020 with McLaughlin, Hussain, Shankar Mahadevan, V. Selvaganesh, and Ganesh Rajagopalan. This Grammy win is a fantastic moment for Shakti after all these years!
Annie Lennox’s Heartfelt Tribute & Call For Peace
At the Grammys on Sunday night, music icon Annie Lennox paid tribute to the late singer Sinead O’Connor in a touching moment during the ‘In Memoriam’ segment. Lennox honored the Irish artist by singing a cover of her 1990 smash hit, Nothing Compares 2 You. Following the emotionally stirring performance, the lead singer of the Eurythmics raised her fist as a symbol, calling for an end to war, with many seeing it as a reference to the situation in Gaza. Annie Lennox’s tribute was not only about remembering a great artist but also carried a powerful message of peace.
Victoria Monét – Best New Artist At Grammys
Victoria Monét, the multiple Grammy nominee, dazzled in a bronze gown by Atelier Versace and Bulgari jewels as she secured the coveted title of Best New Artist at the Grammys. Competing against Gracie Abrams, Fred again.., Noah Kahan, Ice Spice, Jelly Roll, Coco Jones, and The War and Treaty, the 34-year-old emerged as a frontrunner, having been the sole best new artist nominee also recognized in the top three general field categories, specifically for record of the year. This prestigious award, previously won by artists like Olivia Rodrigo, Megan Thee Stallion, Billie Eilish, and Dua Lipa, marks a glittering milestone in Victoria Monét’s career, joining the ranks of music luminaries such as Mariah Carey, Alicia Keys, John Legend, Amy Winehouse, Adele, and Chance the Rapper.
Billie Eilish’s Stylish Win
Billie Eilish, who won the award for Song of the Year, looked fantastic in a special outfit by Chrome Hearts. She and her song took home the Grammy for Song of the Year.
Billie, along with her brother Finneas O’Connell, won the big songwriting award at the Grammys for creating What Was I Made For, featured on the Barbie soundtrack. During her thank-you speech, she gave a shout-out to Greta Gerwig for making the best movie of the year. This win marked Billie Eilish’s ninth Grammy, and it’s important to note that this award is specifically for songwriting, not just the performance.
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