Sunday, February 10, 2008

Hip, Chic and Shocking Grammy Fashion

Grammy Glam!!!! Just work the Calvin Klein Fabulous Fergie!

Natasha Bedingfield makes purple pop.
Belated Christmas - Alicia is wearing a dress Lisa Rinna has....but she got a Grammy and a Prince congrats!

It's raining Grammy's: Lukas Bok and Shimmy Jiyan of the Soweto Gospel Choir were comfy. Angelique Kidjo had a golden gramophone to go with the lamée wrap.

Fashion Tragedy Train Wrecks on the Red Carpet:

Flopping From France: Elodie Bouchez, Maurice Eloise XII, Keely - Hide thine eyes...

Oh dear, Rhianna left the Umbrella behind as the critics will pour cold water over this dress.

She's feathers up on stage!

Adrienne Lau sparkles in a short mini something or other.

A real don't repeat up mohawk look for Alicia Keys in Armani, saccharine Carrie Underwood with florals, did you see the florals...then philanthropist Cher arrived with auburn locks in tatters.
Miley Cyrus on to her first ball sans prince. Cyndi Lauper glove treatment
Grammy Guys:

An over accessorized Mika, and stripes from Foo Fighter's Dave Grohl & Ne-Yo

Los Angeles's Staple Center is the intimate concert setting for the 50th edition of the GRAMMY's. For the week before the Staple Center sported a Grammy Gift Lounge filled with bling and swag stars love! Great music performances, avant garde fashion statements and the latest gossip about who is or should be in what plush rehab facility dominate the night. Party planners for the National Academy of Recording Artists festivities have a much easier time than those who pulled 2008 Oscar gigs. The so chi-chi Vanity Fair Oscar Party has already teetered, then bit the star dust in lieu of settling Hollywood's writer strike. Been so busy lately, I missed Project Runway so here's my are they in or out nods to Grammy fashionistas and flopsters. (Photos courtesy Reuters)

The Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin received R-E-S-P-E-C-T Friday from MusiCare in a tribute and award preceding Sunday's 18th golden GRAMMY.

Shout out!!! to the dapper Barack Obama who is busy getting Virginians and Marylanders votes as well as those from Grammy voters for his official GRAMMY for audio vocals on The Audacity of Hope.

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