The stars certainly didn't disappoint at this year's 60th Annual Grammy Awards!
From full ballgowns to clever pops of color, A-listers dressed to impress on the red carpet for music's biggest night at Madison Square Garden in New York City on Sunday.
Now, ET's breaking down our favorite (and so favorite!) looks. Check 'em out!
BEST: Cardi B
Okurrrrr, girl! The "Bartier Cardi" rapper looked like a real-life princess while making her GRAMMYs debut, chic in a tiered lavender Mohammed Ashi gown with butterfly sleeves, Christian Louboutin pumps and Messika jewelry.
BEST: Lady Gaga
The "Million Reasons" singer proved she's still the queen of the GRAMMYs red carpet, rocking a long-sleeved Armani Privé gown, which featured a lace top and full skirt. She paired the chic number with chandelier earrings, sheer tights and her signature platform heels, along with a white rose in support of the Time's Up movement.
BEST: Hailee Steinfeld
Pretty in purple! The "Most Girls" singer added a pop of color to her look with these vibrant boots from Alexandre Vauthier. Her white dress was created by the same designer, and featured a thigh-high slit that was a risqué move for the 21-year-old fashionista. She topped off the look with gorgeous, light waves and a pretty turquoise smokey eye.
We think it's safe to say the singer blew everyone's minds on Sunday, stepping out in a glitzy, black-and-silver striped suit by Naeem Khan. She completed the head-turning number with luscious, bombshell curls, a diamond necklace from Chopard, a single statement earring from Paige Novick Jewelry, Charlotte Olympia heels and Fendi handbag.
BEST: Camila Cabello
Red hot! The "Havana" singer highlighted her curves in a crimson Vivienne Westwood couture dress, adding a modern touch to the signature old Hollywood look. She dressed up the stunning number, which she later revealed via Instagram was inspired by "the flamenco emoji," with a disco ball clutch by Judith Leiber, Bulgari jewels and Jimmy Choo shoes.
BEST: Chrissy Teigen
Hot mama! The pregnant model wowed on the carpet, stepping out in a silver Yanina Couture gown that accentuated her burgeoning belly. Silver stilettos, a tiny clutch and matching earrings completed her glam ensemble perfectly.
BEST: Janelle Monae
The always-stylish singer brightened up the red carpet with a black Dolce & Gabbana suit that featured a variety of bright floral embellishments. She brought out the blue and green hues in her outfit by sporting metallic turquoise eyeliner, a makeup trend we've seen all awards season. Monae topped off her look with a Time's Up pin, black bow tie and silver hair pieces.
While presenting one of the night's prestigious awards with Kendrick Lamar, the "Wild Thoughts" singer wore a full plum latex look with matching gloves and heeled boots. She paired the sexy ensemble with a diamond necklace and her hair brushed out in gorgeous, voluminous curls.
Donning a sparkly Versace couture number with Chopard jewelry, the "Love Galore" singer was a sight to see on the red carpet. Simply stunning!
We love it when a guy can pull off pink, and the "I Don't Wanna Live Forever" singer did it perfectly! The former One Direction heartthrob paired his rose-colored Richard James suit with classy Ralph Lauren shoes.
The songwriter was far from looking "Young, Dumb & Broke" on Sunday, sporting a pastel Salvatore Ferragamo suit over a lime green turtleneck. He accessorized the outfit with white sneakers, a white rose in solidarity of the Time's Up movement and a gigantic grin.
BEST: Childish Gambino
Donald Glover paired Tod velvet loafers with an all-white Ermenegildo Zegna Couture tux, securing an immediate place on our Best Dressed list!
Velvet was a big trend on this year's red carpet, and the "Let Me Love You" singer pulled it off effortlessly, accessorizing his mustard yellow Grayscale suit with a matching Hollywood Hatters hat and velvet Christian Louboutin shoes.
WORST: Sarah Silverman
While black is normally a safe color to wear on the carpet, we didn't totally love how the comedian styled her ensemble. She paired her Maggie Marylin dress with Beladora jewelry and a Vince Camuto clutch, but the fishnet stockings and Jimmy Choo combat boots felt too informal for the star-studded soirée.
WORST: Anna Kendrick
Like with Silverman, we felt the Pitch Perfect 3 star's ensemble was a bit underwhelming for such a formal carpet. Her black-and-gray Balmain suit paired with a lace top and pink heels just didn't do it for us.
WORST: Jaden Smith
The singer took the opportunity to promote his debut studio album, Syre, on the red carpet by writing the name of the album in black Sharpie on his right hand. While we understand what he was trying to do here, the rest of his ensemble, which consisted of neon font and patchwork pants, lost us.
WORST: Ava Max
While we have no doubt that someone like Lady Gaga could have pulled off this vibrant, '70s-inspired Gucci two-piece, we felt the outfit was too loud for the recording artist. Additionally, the nude top she paired it with washed her out.
WORST: Kali Uchis
Bright colors were a big hit on the carpet, but this silver-and-fuchsia lurex jumpsuit the "Tyrant" singer wore was a little too bold.
The "Power" singer opted for a power color we've seen all awards season, but unfortunately, we weren't feelin' it. With the white underlay of her jacket and her bright red hair, the ensemble looked a bit too Christmas-y.