This year’s Grammys were a bit different from in year’s previous. For the first time ever, the producers of The Grammys issued an edict that all performers and presenters and on air talent had to have their private parts covered. For most of us, that is easy to adhere to, but we are not stars trying to sell a CD/album/concert ticket. Heeding this warning, there were some standouts anyway. Beyonce, fresh off her Super Bowl performance, kept it simple and easy and covered up.
Her black and white ensemble did not exactly set tongues a -wagging, but it was a crisp and clean look. Jennifer Lopez, who religiously ends up on everyone’s Best Dressed lists, decided this year that the gams needed some action, a la Angelina Jolie at least year’s Oscars.
The slit in her dress was just barely within the rules the Grammys placed on everyone, but she ramped up the sex appeal in her black dress. Katy Perry opted for color and full coverage, but her green was just the right touch. And for once, her hair was a color that is humanly possible.
The possible winner of the night was former Destiny’s Child singer Kelly Rowland, whose black dress was anything but simple.
The strategically placed cut-outs ensure that this is the Destiny’s Child’s member that will receive the most attention – at least for a week.
Other notables include Taylor Swift, Rihanna and Carrie Underwood, who always kills it on the red carpet.