GRAMMYs About Fashion, Not Music
The 2011 GRAMMY Award Show was largely forgettable despite pulling in large name talents Mick Jagger and Barbra Streisand. The show seemed to suffer an identity crisis, both in the theme/direction of the event, as well as the talent being awarded. The biggest mystery of the night was the dress code. I saw a few entertainers that looked presentable, but most of them produced a yawn or a grimace. Starting off with a positive is the ‘Best Dressed’.
Drake looked incredible with a daring tuxedo; it was nice to see him looking properly fancy for an awards show. Are you a big fan of ‘Glee’? Well Dianna Agron looked stunning in the typical little black dress, which for once, was a nice change from the other attendees. Nicole Kidman looked great with a form-fitting feathery gorgeous dress and perfect accessory Keith Urban. And for the youngsters, Selena Gomez surprised everyone with a silky, sophisticated dress.
Nice try Miley. Instead of trying to achieve the sexy look, try being wholesome for your fan base. Act your age. Rihanna is stunning, BUT, the snow look-alike spill dress was not a hit, and quit trying to be provocative; it’s boring and predictable.
Some of the ‘Worst Dressed’ should be labeled ‘Weirdest’, too. Seriously what happened? Katy Perry donned wings set to fly away. Does she work for Victoria’s Secret now? Was her dress some kind of odd product placement?
Lady Gaga walked the Red Carpet as an embryo, and she hatched onstage. What?
It’s ironic that a music awards show has been reduced to fashion wreck event. Maybe next year they’ll have some music, then again, maybe not.
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