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Grammy Awards Fashion: Unforgettable Red Carpet Moments

Grammy Awards Fashion: Unforgettable Red Carpet Moments

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Up next on the busy awards season docket: The 57th Annual Grammy Awards, which airs live on Sunday. Naturally, we’re already anticipating what some of music’s biggest stars will be wearing (or not wearing, if history is any indication) on the red carpet.

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It’s a known fact that—out of every awards show there is—Grammys fashion is full of style risks, wild looks, and generally outrageous antics (ahem, Lady Gaga showing up in an egg in 2011.)

Just in time for Sunday’s festivities, we decided to take a walk down memory lane and round up the 20 most unforgettable Grammys fashion moments of all time, including Cyndi Lauper‘s insanely colorful ensemble from 1984, Jennifer Lopez‘s infamous green Versace gown from the 2000, and a couple of, um, dramatic looks from Nicki Minaj over the years.

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See below for which celebrities scored a spot on our list:

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Jennifer Lopez

Jennifer Lopez wore this unforgettable green Versace gown to the 2000 Grammy Awards. Her wardrobe choice is still one of the most talked about in awards show history.

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Destiny's Child

Destiny's Child rocked their standard "same but different" ensembles in 2001.

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Kim Kardashian

How far she's come: In 2011, Kim Kardashian wore a revealing bronze Kaufman Franco gown with a thigh-high slit.

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Lady Gaga

That's Lady Gaga inside an egg-like container in 2011.

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Rihanna

Rihanna wore Jean Paul Gaultier to the Grammy Awards in 2011. The fashion-forward gown featured a sheer striped pattern on the off-the-shoulder cut. She joked, "I pretty much snatched it off the runway." And she pretty much did.

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