Grammys 2017: The Best Looks

Sunday night our eyes and ears were blessed by talents like Queen Bey, Adele, Chance the Rapper, Tribe Called Quest, Bruno Mars, Alicia Keys, and more…

Powerful messages were the highlight of the 2017 Grammys. Beyonce, the expecting mother of twins, gave us Goddess Oshun and Virgin Mary vibes in her all gold gown and head pieces. Holograms of Beyonce dancing elegantly, pregnant belly exposed appeared on stage while Beyonce’s voice projected spoken word.  Holograms of black women surrounding Beyonce in shades of purple, orange, and brown while Bey in yellow also appeared. The color yellow shined bright being a staple at the begginning of this brilliant African culture inspired performance. After a powerful beginning, Beyonce kept us on our toes (when she leaned back in the chair, woah!), singing “Love Drought” and “Sand Castles” from her highly accredited album, Lemonade

Other powerful performances include A Tribe Called Quest with Busta Rhymes and Anderson Paak, they brought up people from all religious, ethnic, and cultural backgrounds during “We the People” from their 2016 album, We Got It From Here…Thank You 4 Your Service and Chance the Rapper who brought the Church to the Grammys with Gospel artists, Tamela Mann and Kirk Franklin. Chance also took home 3 grammy’s that night, one for best new artist!

Here are the picks for best dressed:

1. Beyonce

2. Demi Lovato 

3. Alicia Keys

4. J Lo

5. Beyonce…Again

6. Remy Ma

7. Camila Cabello 

8. Sophie Beem

9. Solange 

10. Kelsea Ballerini

Originally published 2/14/17.

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