With the Indian media basking in the glory of Rahman’s double win at the Grammys, every news paper in town made sure of giving it a full page coverage with a heading “jai ho” in caps intact. Album of the Year winner country pop sensation Taylor Swift went for a pretty blue dress by Kaufman Franco that made her look like she’s in her 30’s.
Ciara nabbed a Givenchy Haute Couture look fresh off the runway, though the US weekly has put her in the worst dressed list , think she looked stunning in givenchy.
Rihanna opted for a made-to-measure Elie Saab that was decidedly less so and disappointed more.
And Fergie and sparkled in super-fitted Emilio Pucci with her gang, looking stunning. And i still have to figure out what Taboo is wearing?
And just back from India Katy Perry, in Zac Posen, said that she’s rocking a nudie maharaja vibe tonight coz apparently she is sporting a “bindi” and a indian clutch. Oh! that’s so indian Kate :P
But the red carpet was only part of the story at this awards show, where it was publicized beforehand that Lady Gaga would wear no less than five different Armani Privé outfits. Referencing her newfound appreciation of Giorgio Armani, the singer called it her “Lady GagaGA look: Gaga meets GA.” Though this is the first time she has dissapointed me ! why o why???
But nobody’s outfit was as perplexing as the masking-tape look Pink wore for her acrobatics routine performance. Others thought she was copying Gaga. Where as she was giving an unconscious nod to Kanye West’s other half, Amber Rose.
And none other than apni Beyonce was wearing some designer named Stéphane Rolland and looked totally out of place in it :/
Here’s a list of the winners :-
ALBUM OF THE YEAR Fearless, Taylor Swift
BEST RAP/SUNG COLLABORATION “Run This Town,” Jay-Z, Rihanna, and Kanye West
BEST ROCK ALBUM 21st Century Breakdown, Green Day
BEST COUNTRY ALBUM Fearless, Taylor Swift
SONG OF THE YEAR (Songwriter Award) “Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It),” Thaddis Harrell, Beyoncé Knowles, Terius Nash, and Christopher Stewart
BEST MALE POP VOCAL PERFORMANCE “Make It Mine,” Jason Mraz
BEST FEMALE POP VOCAL PERFORMANCE “Halo,” Beyoncé
BEST POP PERFORMANCE BY A DUO OR GROUP WITH VOCALS “I Gotta Feeling,” the Black Eyed Peas
BEST POP COLLABORATION WITH VOCALS “Lucky,” Jason Mraz and Colbie Caillat
BEST POP VOCAL ALBUM The E.N.D., the Black Eyed Peas
BEST TRADITIONAL POP VOCAL ALBUM Michael Bublé Meets Madison Square Garden, Michael Bublé
BEST SOLO ROCK VOCAL PERFORMANCE “Working on a Dream,” Bruce Springsteen