The Grammy Awards 2014 Red Carpet: Check out What Beyonce, Taylor Swift, Katy Perry and Other Performers Wore [PHOTOS]

By charmaine corne clutton
January 28, 2014 12:47 PM EST

Check out what Beyonce, Taylor Swift, Kay Perry and other Performers wore in the 2014 Grammy’s Wore on the Red Carpet [See Photos]

The 56th annual Grammy Awards took off last January 26. As usual, the singers and guests took it upon themselves to look really bedazzling in their respective gowns and suits. However, some of the performers had to dress extra sassily-from sexy leotard Beyonce to "Dark Horse" inspired Katy Perry, the performers were really off the hook. Beyonce's sexy getup has been making rounds all over the internet because of its raunchy and revealing nature. Moreover, fans were quick to notice Queen Bey's nips, as the unfortunate latter's breast went in minimal exposure to the public. However, Beyonce's camp rubbished the issue, claiming that the 'nip exposure' was part of the whole ensemble. Meanwhile, co-performer Katy Perry spooked the crowd as completely the gimmick with matching burning at the stake.  Singer and mother of a two year old Pink did not fail to amaze the audience with her acrobatic skills as she performed her hit single "Just Give Me a Reason" with singer Nate Reuss.


Other performers and winners such as Lorde donned a black ensemble along with her dip colored fingertips. The 17 year old New Zealander won for Best Pop Solo Song of the Year and Song of the Year, beating other more established singers such as Katy Perry, Justin Timberlake, Bruno Mars and Sara Bareilles.


While the stars tried to outdo each other for the awards night, the competition was also seen during the red carpet, as the singers tried to impress the public with their gowns and suits. Below are just some of the formal getup the performers of the Grammy's wore-is it fab or drab? You be the judge: 

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