2015 Grammy Awards Red Carpet Fashion.

The Grammy Awards is one of our favorites of the awards seasons, not only is the actual award show fun and entertaining as we sing and dance along to our favorite musical acts but we also love when celebrities take risks with their style and beauty looks.

This year's Grammy Awards cemented a few of our favorite fashionistas like Taylor Swift and Beyonce as music style icons who easily make our Grammy Awards best dressed list. While other celebs like Rihanna who always keeps us guessing did just that by wearing something unexpected but fun. And then there were celebrities like Ciara and Katherine McPhee whose Grammy style choices totally knocked it out of the park.

Read on to see the glitz, glamour, fabulous style and beauty looks from the 2015 Grammy Awards. Plus see the celebs who made our Grammy's worst dressed list...

The Glamorous Red Carpet Looks We Loved:

Singer Taylor Swift in a teal Elie Saab halter, illusion-mini dress with purple Guiseppe Zanotti sandals.

Singer Ciara in a black organza ruffle gown.

Singer Katherine McPhee in a salmon pink, cut-out Pucci halter dress.

Beyonce in a black Proenza Schouler sheer and floral embellished gown.

Model Chrissy Teigen accompanied her husband John Legend in a white Pucci colmn dress.

Fabulous In Black Red Carpet Looks That Caught Our Attention:

Nicki Minaj's subdued makeup left all eyes on her shimmering, Tom Ford black halter dress.

Singer Gwen Stefani in a Versace pantsuit with a sheer asymmetric bodice.

Singer Ashanti in a plunging neckline halter dress.

It wouldn't be the Grammy's without 'The Glitz':

Kim Kardashian in a bronze and silver sequin Jean Paul Gaultier long sleeve dress with a plunging neckline and embellished shoulders and sleeves.

Paris Hilton in a sheer and seqion Yousef Aljasmi cut-out dress.

Lady Gaga in silver Brandon Maxwell halter dress with Lorraine Schwartz jewelry.

British singer Rita Ora in a longsleeve and turtle neck, silver Prada sequin gown.

Toni Braxton in  a white, embellished neckline Mark Bouwear

Singer Arianna Grande in a white Versace one shoulder dress.

Gorgeous Runway looks that you can only pull off at the Grammys:

Rihanna surprised us yet again when she chose this pink baby-doll Giambattista Valli ruffle dress over her typical risque fashion choices.

Rapper Iggy Azalea in a blue Armani Prive cut out dress.

Singer and 'The Vampire Diaries' actress Kat Gragam in a black, sheer Yanina Couture dress with white floral prints  and white Sophia Webster shoes.

A few toned down and classy Grammy Red Carpet Looks We Loved:

Actress Nicole Kidman in a Thierry Mugler longsleeve, turtl neck LBD.

Singer and actress Jennifer Hudson in a strapless Tom Ford LWD.

'Jane The Virgin' actress Gina Rodriguez in a white zipline dress.

Jhene Aiko in a floral bodice Alberta Ferretti strapless gown.

Our not so fabulous Grammy Awards Red Carpet Looks:

E Fashion Police host Giuliana Rancic is one of the few TV show hosts covering the red carpet whose style we love. Except for this look, she missed the mark in this sheer, embellished black pantsuit.

We love singer Katy Perry's usual colorful and quirky style we wish she stuck to that instead of wearing this drop sequins Zuhair Murad dress which dramatically aged her look.

While we are used to Madonna's over the top antics, her look at the Grammy's shocked us and everyone else. This Givenchy number combined with fishnet stockings and hat, thigh-high boots and elbow gloves left us speechless and not in a good way.

We love the cut-out trend, but singer Miley Cyrsus' Alexandre Vauthier dress had one too many.

Did you watch last night's Grammy Awards and which celebrities were your picks for best and worst dressed? Share with us by leaving a comment below.

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