When it came to unforgettable celeb moments, Grammy Awards 2013 which took place last night delivered, as expected, in heaps.
From Katy Perry’s goodies which delighted celebs of either sex in equal measure to Rihanna and Chris Brown’s long awaited red carpet date four years after the infamous bust up the night before the Grammys, there were many highlights last night, on and off the red carpet. Let’s check out our favourites.
Sorry RiRi and Breezy, but the cutest couple of the night were definitely Amber Rose who is about to give birth any minute now and doting father-to-be who was all smiles when asked about fiance’s pregnancy.
Vying for the couple of the night were the recently reunited lovers Rihanna and Chris Brown. Looking angelic in an all-white Lanvin, Chris seemed to look relaxed and reformed while in sheer red Azzedine Alaia and her long brunette locks, Rihanna looked every inch the Little Miss Sunshine of seven years ago snuggled up to her man.
Wiz Kalifa and Amber Rose and Chris Brown and Rihanna were not the only gorgeous couples though, as American music royalty Jay Z and wife Beyonce held front row on the night seated next to Justin Timberlake and his missus Jessica Biel.
Katy Perry’s bosom was not the only body part to steal the show though as Jennifer Lopez took inspiration from Angelina Jolie’s right leg to reveal a little more than what is perhaps apt with a daring side split.
Another celebrity that seemed to cheekily give the middle finger to the new Grammy dress code which alerted celebrities against showing too much flesh. In a floor-length black gown with strategically placed cut out panels, Kelly Rowland did not ‘bare’ per se, but she didn’t bother cover up much either.
And while in no danger of breaking the dress code, in a daring move away from her signature black, Adele divided opinion in her red floral vintage-inspired piece that divided opinion on social media. While fashionistas applauded her chic vintage style, many took to Twitter to compare her dress to upholstery.
So tell us – what were your highlights of the Grammys?by