ET Breaks Down the Most Standout GRAMMY Looks of All Time

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Stars have long used the GRAMMY Awards red carpet as a place to don statement-making looks they wouldn't wear anywhere else. ET's Cameron Mathison kicked back in our brand-new Absolut Lime Green Room to go over one of our favorite GRAMMY topics -- the standout fashion!

Absolut partnered with the GRAMMYs this year to celebrate the launch of their newest flavor, Absolut Lime. They are teaming up with certain musicians for Absolut's #refreshthetalk campaign to put a twist on this year's red carpet conversations, so definitely keep your eyes open for something special.

Lady Gaga

The pop diva has had several memorable outfits over the years. From her egg entrance in 2011 to last year's electric blue coat dress she wore in honor of David Bowie, Gaga always turns heads.

Nicki Minaj

In 2012, the rapper chose a bright red Versace-styled nun's habit for the awards show. She completed her ensemble with a lookalike pope as her date.


The 2015 GRAMMYs saw the Material Girl in a daring Matador outfit. Madge took risqué to another level when she flashed her bare bottom at the crowd.

Pharrell Williams

The producer's oversized hat took the Internet by storm in 2014. Less than 30 minutes after he hit the red carpet, the hat already had its own Twitter account, and later sparked countless memes.

Jennifer Lopez

The singer changed fashion history in 2000 with her famous green Versace gown. "I just remember as I walked on I felt an energy like everything started stirring," J. Lo told ET. "It was a weird feeling. I was like, 'What's happening?' My dress was happening, and I didn't know it."

ET teamed up with Absolut Lime to bring you GRAMMY news all week long. The 59th Annual GRAMMY Awards, hosted by James Corden, will air live on Feb. 12 at 8 p.m. ET/ 5 p.m. PT on CBS.