Flashback to the Grammys in 1974, 1998 and 2001: Check out the wildest looks on music icons Madonna, Christina Aguilera and Beyoncé below!
Recently split from fellow musician Sonny Bono, she presented the Grammy for Album of the Year, which went to Stevie Wonder.
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Gwen Stefani, 1998
No Doubt, this was one of the first sheer dresses spotted on the Grammys red carpet — ever.
Arthur Golden’s 1997 book, Memoirs of a Geisha, inspired this look on the pop star, who scooped up three awards at the show, including Best Pop Album for Ray of Light.
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Christina Aguilera, 2001
Her nominations included Best Female Pop Vocal Performance for “What a Girl Wants” and Best Latin Pop Album for Mi Reflejo.
Alicia Keys, 2002
The “Fallin’” singer nabbed five Grammys, including Best New Artist.
For one of her first awards show as a soloist, she paired bright lavender shadow with a House of Dereon dress.
The Elie Saab–clad chameleon won Best Rap Song and Best Rap/Sung Collaboration for “Run This Town.”
Nicki Minaj, 2011
“This is all my hair,” she joked of her wig. “At night, if I press a certain button, my hair grow up. I press another button, it activates the color in it.”
Katy Perry, 2011
Nominated for Album of the Year, Best Pop Vocal Album, Best Female Pop Vocal Performance and Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals, the newlywed (her then-husband was Russell Brand) wore a custom Armani gown complete with angel wings.
Lady Gaga, 2016
Her bold hair and eye makeup was inspired by David Bowie’s Life on Mars music video.
Solange in 2017
The Grammy winner for Cranes in the Sky took her hair to great heights.