Performance-wise, Morris provided one of the night's highlights by reprising her CMT Crossroads collaboration with Alicia Keys and singing "Once", while Simpson teamed up with the Dap-Kings for a goosebumps-inducing take on "All Around You". Think of all the luxe and quirk in the world put together, and that's when you get close to the unimaginable madness that storms the red carpet there. Jacqueline hit the red carpet covered in DVDs. Click through to see pictures of the best and the worst dressed from the 59th Grammy Awards red carpet. Her outfit was paired with aviator sunglasses and blood-red lipstick.
Best Dressed: Jennifer Lopez's candy pink ensemble from the Ralph & Russo's Spring 2017 couture collection turned heads. Two have been featured on previous Best Dressed lists.
Vying with Beyonce for all three top awards - album, song and record of the year - was Adele, who wrapped herself in a long-sleeved, lichen green, sparkling Givenchy gown that crossed the bodice, in one of the more modest looks on the red carpet. Her skirt had little colourful balloons on them which she teamed with a matching clutch, and looked more than a little out of place.
Bless Jason Derulo, he's really tried, but we're just not sure this look works.
Worst Dressed: Tori Kelly wore a Badgley Mischka dress, Gianvito Rossi shoes and Neil Lane jewellery.