Grammys 2017 Red Carpet: The Good, Bad And The Ugly

While viewers were moved to tears by Adele's emotional acceptance speeches and cheering on Queen Bey from their couches, PEOPLE was rubbing elbows with the music industry's biggest stars at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards.

The Grammy's are known for their occasionally weird and wacky satorial moments - and last night was no exception.

Click ahead to see all the looks from the Grammys red carpet.

After making a political statement with a performance of her new single "Chained to the Rhythm", Katy Perry headed to Universal Music Group's after party at The Ace Hotel. 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.

The singer accessorized with a pink-dyed ponytail, red lipstick and black sunglasses, serving major attitude as she walked the carpet just minutes before the show was set to start. A turn here or a bend there: her outfit looked like a wardrobe malfunction waiting to happen.

Solange Knowles got some attention in a statement golden dress while her sister chose to skip the red carpet.

Michael Jackson's daughter Paris brought some colourful bling to the red carpet.

Lopez continued her streak of memorable looks in a Ralph & Russo lilac gown with a slit up to there.

Worst Dressed: Jacqueline Van Bierk basically chose to remind people of the time of CDs and made a decision to do that by sewing them on to her dress, looking rather kitschy.

Worst Dressed: Girl Crush artist turned up at the prestigious awards show as a giant ball pit! Her skirt had little colourful balloons on them which she teamed with a matching clutch, and looked more than a little out of place.

Lady Gaga, who came to the Grammys to rock out with Metallica, turned heads in a almost there look that appeared to have come from the wardrobe of "Fifty Shades Darker". Some were too boring - or too bad - to be included at all.

  • Salvatore Jensen