Grammy Awards 2017 Recap: Best Outfits & Complete List Of Winners

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Grammy Awards 2017
PHOTOGRAPH: Instagram/ recordingacademy | Grammy Awards 2017 has been a star studded affair with celebrities making bold fashion statements.

Grammy Awards 2017 saw the most daring and iconic outfits from award seasons. This year stars shone in an array of bold colors, daring metallics, stripes, and sexy sequins. Of all the celebs, Lady Gaga managed to remain the center of attention with her bold and revealing outfit.

Music superstar Adele showed up in a gorgeous green custom Givenchy gown. The singer mostly appears in black or red, but her ensemble perfectly complimented her hair color and glowing make-up.

Pop icon offspring Paris Jackson has been making headlines for her outfits lately. She looked fierce in a shimmering Balmain dress with cut-out panels and two thigh splits. She complimented the look with a purple clutch and chunky heels.

Demi Lovato dazzled in sparkling gold mesh dress that exposed a generous amount of cleavage. The bronzed babe looked a picture of perfection when she posed on the red carpet at the Grammy Awards 2017.

⭐️ @beyonce ________________ en los #Grammys 👉 Completa la frase ⭐️

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Woooowww #Demilovato 😱❤ #fashion#grammys#2017

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Looking as beautiful as ever @jlo! #grammys #looks #look #gown #style #fashion #celebrity

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Grammy Awards 2017: Nominations & Winners

Beyoncé leads this year’s Grammy Awards 2017 nomination list with nine mentions for her visual album Lemonade. Rihanna and Drake follow close behind with eight nominations each. In the show’s first year including digital-only releases, Chance the Rapper created history with three of his seven nods being for his stream-only mixtape Coloring Book.

Album of the Year

Lemonade, Beyoncé
Purpose, Justin Bieber

Views, Drake
A Sailor’s Guide to Earth, Sturgill Simpson

Winner: “25,” Adele

Record of the Year

“Formation,” Beyoncé
“7 Years,” Lukas Graham
“Work,” Rihanna ft. Drake
“Stressed Out,” Twenty One Pilots

Winner: “Hello,“ Adele

Song of the Year

“Formation,“  Khalif Brown, Asheton Hogan, Beyoncé Knowles & Michael L. Williams II, songwriters (Beyoncé)
“I Took a Pill in Ibiza,” Mike Posner, songwriter (Mike Posner)
“Love Yourself,” Justin Bieber, Benjamin Levin & Ed Sheeran, songwriters (Justin Bieber)
“7 Years,” Lukas Forchhammer, Stefan Forrest, Morten Pilegaard & Morten Ristorp, songwriters (Lukas Graham)

Winner: “Hello,“ Adele

Best New Artist

Kelsea Ballerini
The Chainsmokers
Maren Morris
Anderson Paak

Winner: Chance the Rapper

Best Pop Solo Performance

“Hold Up,” Beyoncé
“Love Yourself,” Justin Bieber
“Piece by Piece (Idol Version),” Kelly Clarkson
“Dangerous Woman,” Ariana Grande

Winner: “Hello,” Adele

Best Pop Duo/Group Performance

“Closer,” the Chainsmokers ft. Halsey
“7 Years,” Lukas Graham
“Work,” Rihanna
“Cheap Thrills,” Sia ft. Sean Paul

Winner: “Stressed Out,” Twenty One Pilots

Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album

Cinema, Andrea Bocelli
Fallen Angels, Bob Dylan
Stages Live, Josh Groban
Encore: Movie Partners Sing Broadway, Barbra Streisand

Winner: Summertime: Willie Nelson Sings Gershwin, Willie Nelson

Best Pop Vocal Album

Purpose, Justin Bieber
Dangerous Woman, Ariana Grande
Confident, Demi Lovato
This Is Acting, Sia

Winner: 25, Adele

Best Dance Recording

“Tearing Me Up,” Bob Moses
“Never Be Like You,” Flume ft. Kai
“Rinse & Repeat,” Riton ft. Kah-Lo
“Drinkee,” Sofi Tukker

Winner: “Don’t Let Me Down,” The Chainsmokers ft. Daya

Best Dance/Electronic Album

Electronica 1: The Time Machine, Jean-Michel Jarre
Epoch, Tycho
Barbara Barbara, We Face a Shining Future, Underworld
Louie Vega Starring….XXVII, Louie Vega

Winner: Skin, Flume

Best Rock Performance

“Joe (Live From Austin City Limits),” Alabama Shakes
“Don’t Hurt Yourself,” Beyoncé ft. Jack White
The Sound Of Silence (Live on Conan),” Disturbed
“Heathens,” Twenty One Pilots

Winner: “Blackstar,” David Bowie

Best Rock Song

“Burn The Witch,” Radiohead, songwriters (Radiohead)
“Hardwired,” James Hetfield & Lars Ulrich, songwriters (Metallica)
“Heathens,” Tyler Joseph, songwriter (Twenty One Pilots)
“My Name Is Human,” Rich Meyer, Ryan Meyer & Johnny Stevens, songwriters (Highly Suspect)

Winner: “Blackstar,” David Bowie, songwriter (David Bowie)

Best Rock Album

California, Blink-182
Magma, Gojira
Death of a Bachelor, Panic! at the Disco
Weezer, Weezer

Winner: Tell Me I’m Pretty, Cage the Elephant

Best Alternative Music Album

22, A Million, Bon Iver
The Hope Six Demolition Project, PJ Harvey
Post Pop Depression, Iggy Pop
A Moon Shaped Pool, Radiohead

Winner: Blackstar, David Bowie

Best R&B Performance

“Turnin’ Me Up,” BJ the Chicago Kid
“Permission,” Ro James
“I Do,” Musiq Soulchild
“Needed Me,” Rihanna

Winner: “Cranes in the Sky,” Solange

Best Traditional R&B Performance

“The Three of Me,” William Bell
“Woman’s World,” BJ the Chicago Kid
“Sleeping With the One I Love,” Fantasia
“Can’t Wait,” Jill Scott

Winner: “Angela,” Lalah Hathaway

Best R&B Song

“Come and See Me,” J. Brathwaite, Aubrey Graham & Noah Shebib, songwriters (PARTYNEXTDOOR3 ft. Drake)
“Exchange,” Michael Hernandez & Bryson Tiller, songwriters (Bryson Tiller)
“Kiss It Better,” Jeff Bhasker, Robyn Fenty, John-Nathan Glass & Teddy Sinclair, songwriters (Rihanna)
“Luv,” Magnus August Høiberg, Benjamin Levin & Daystar Peterson, songwriters (Tony Lanez)

Winner: “Lake by the Ocean,” Hod David & Musze, songwriters (Maxwell)

Best Urban Contemporary Album

Ology, Gallant
We Are King, KING
Malibu, Anderson Paak
Anti, Rihanna

Winner: Lemonade, Beyoncé

Best Rap Performance

“Panda,” Desiigner
“Pop Style,” Drake ft. the Throne
“All The Way Up,” Fat Joe & Remy Ma ft. French Montana & Infared
“That Part,” Schoolboy Q ft. Kanye West

Winner: “No Problem,” Chance the Rapper ft. Lil Wayne & 2 Chainz

Best Rap/Sung Performance

“Freedom,” Beyoncé ft. Kendrick Lamar
“Broccoli,”  D.R.A.M. ft. Lil Yachty
“Ultralight Beam,” Kanye West ft. Chance the Rapper, Kelly Price, Kirk Franklin & The-Dream
“Famous,”  Kanye West ft. Rihanna

Winner: “Hotline Bling,”  Drake

Best Rap Song

“All The Way Up” (Joe & Remy Ma ft. French Montana & Infared)
“Famous” (Kanye West ft. Rihanna)
“No Problem” (Chance the Rapper ft. Lil Wayne & 2 Chainz)
“Ultralight Beam” (Kanye West ft. Chance the Rapper, Kelly Price, Kirk Franklin & The-Dream)

Winner: “Hotline Bling” (Drake)

Best Rap Album

And The Anonymous Nobody, De La Soul
Major Key, DJ Khaled
Views, Drake
Blank Face LP, Schoolboy Q
The Life Of Pablo, Kanye West

Winner: Coloring Book, Chance the Rapper

Best Country Solo Performance

“Love Can Go to Hell,” Brandy Clark
“Vice,” Miranda Lambert
“Church Bells,” Carrie Underwood
“Blue Ain’t Your Color,” Keith Urban

Winner: “My Church,” Maren Morris

Best Country Duo/Group Performance

“Different for Girls,” Dierks Bentley ft. Elle King
“21 Summer,” Brothers Osbourne
“Setting the World on Fire,” Kenny Chesney & P!nk
“Think of You,” Chris Young with Cassadee Pope

Winner: “Jolene,” Pentatonix ft. Dolly Parton

Best Country Album

Big Day in a Small Town, Brandy Clark
Full Circle, Loretta Lynn
Hero, Maren Morris
Ripcord, Keith Urban

Winner: A Sailor’s Guide to Earth, Sturgill Simpson

Best Latin Pop Album

“Illusión,” Gaby Moreno
“Similares,” Laura Pausini
“Seguir Latiendo,” Sanalejo
“Buena Vida,” Diego Torres

Winner: “Un Besito Mas,” Jesse & Joy

Best Comedy Album

…America…Great…, David Cross
American Myth, Margaret Cho
Boyish Girl Interrupted, Tig Notaro
Live at the Apollo, Amy Schumer

Winner: Talking for Clapping, Patton Oswalt

Best Music Video

“River,” Leon Bridges
“Up&Up,” Coldplay
“Gosh,” Jamie XX
“Upside Down & Inside Out,” OK Go

Winner: “Formation,” Beyoncé

Best Music Film

I’ll Sleep When I’m Dead, Steve Aoki
Lemonade, Beyoncé
The Music of Strangers, Yo-Yo Ma & the Silk Road Ensemble
American Saturday Night: Live From the Grand Ole Opry, Various artist

Winner: The Beatles: Eight Days a Week, The Beatles

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