Grammys 2020 Red Carpet: All The Photos You Need To See From This Year's Awards Show

The biggest names in music were all present and correct at the Grammys on Sunday, meaning this year’s red carpet was a particularly star-studded one.

For this year’s show, new talent dominated the contenders for the top awards, with Lizzo, Billie Eilish and Lil Nas X receiving the most nominations.

Unsurprisingly, all three were in attendance on the night, and each made bold statements with their red carpet fashion.

While Lizzo brought old Hollywood glamour as she made her way into the event, Lil Nas X played up to the imagery surrounding his chart-topping hit Old Town Road as he posed for photographers in a bright pink cowboy suit.

Lil Nas X at the Grammys (Photo: Emma McIntyre via Getty Images)

Meanwhile, five-time nominee Ariana Grande probably stole the show on the red carpet, sporting an absolutely enormous dress.

Ariana was up for some of the biggest awards of the night, including in the Album Of The Year category, a year after snubbing the Grammys following a much-publicised fall-out with a producer. 

An incredible look from Ariana Grande (Photo: Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP)

In 2020, no awards show is complete without an appearance from Billy Porter, who sported one of his elaborate numbers, this time including a bright blue suit, silver platform shoes and a suitably over-the-top hat (complete with metallic fringe, which had to mechanically opened by his stylist on the night).

And as if that wasn’t enough, the Jonas Brothers were also in attendance – posing alongside Priyanka Chopra, Sophie Turner and Danielle Jonas – while Shawn Mendes kept it cool in a purple suit.

Check out all the red carpet snaps from this year’s Grammys in the gallery below...

Billie Eilish

Nominated: Album Of The Year, Song Of The Year, Record Of The Year, Best New Artist, Best Pop Solo Performance, Best Pop Vocal Album

Lizzo

Nominee: Album Of The Year, Song Of The Year, Record Of The Year, Best New Artist, Best Pop Solo Performance, Best R&B Performance, Best Traditional R&B Performance, Best Urban Contemporary Album

Ariana Grande

Nominated: Record Of The Year, Album Of The Year, Best Pop Solo Performance, Best Pop Duo/Group Performance, Best Pop Vocal Album

Lil Nas X

Nominated: Album Of The Year, Record Of The Year, Best Rap/Sung Performance, Best New Artist, Best Pop Duo/Group Performance, Best Music Video

Billy Porter

Presenter

Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas

Nominated: Best Pop Duo/Group Performance

Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner

Nominated: Best Pop Duo/Group Performance

James Blake and Jameela Jamil

Nominated: Best Alternative Music Album

Lewis Capaldi

Nominated: Song Of The Year

BTS

Performers

Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton

Nominated: Best Country Solo Performance

Ozzy and Kelly Osbourne

Presenters

Rosalía

Nominated: Best New Artist and Best Latin Rock, Urban or Alternative Album

Rick Ross

Nominated: Best Rap Song

JoJo

Nominee: Best R&B Song

Labrinth

Ben Platt

Performer

Anderson .Paak

Nominated: Best R&B Album, Best R&B Performance

Tess Holliday

The Cranberries

Nominated: Best Rock Album

Lilly Singh

Ty Dolla $ign, Skrillex and Boyz Noize

Nominated: Best Dance Recording

Giuliana Rancic

E! presenter

Nao

Nominated: Best Urban Contemporary Album

Bring Me The Horizon

Nominated: Best Rock Album

David Crosby

Nominated: Best Music Film

Jessie Reyez

Nominated: Best Urban Contemporary Album

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Diana Ross

Despite more than 50 years in the entertainment industry, Diana Ross never won any of the 12 Grammys that she was nominated for.

However, her contribution to the music world is so un-ignorable that the Recording Academy eventually granted her a Lifetime Achievement award in 2012.

Bob Marley

Despite being a trailblazer in the world of reggae music, Bob Marley was never even nominated for a Grammy in his lifetime, let alone awarded one.

The award for Best Reggae Album was introduced at the Grammys in 1985, with the late star's son Ziggy Marley the artist who has won in this category the most times.

Katy Perry

Since I Kissed A Girl was released in 2008, Katy has been nominated for 13 Grammys, including a coveted nod in the Album Of The Year category for Teenage Dream.

As of yet, she's yet to win an award, and was last nominated for one in 2015.

Nicki Minaj

Nicki Minaj is slightly behind her former collaborator on 10 nominations without a win, last receiving a nomination in 2016 for her The Pinkprint album.

In 2019, she accused the Recording Academy of deliberately snubbing her, claiming: "I was bullied into staying quiet for seven years out of fear."

Snoop Dogg

Snoop Dogg is the Glenn Close of the Grammys, as he's the artist with the most nominations and zero wins (joint with singer-songwriter Brian McKnight).

The rapper has 17 Grammy nominations to his name, and was last nominated in 2016, for his contribution to Kendrick Lamar's album To Pimp A Butterfly.

Queen

In Freddie Mercury's lifetime, Queen received a total of four Grammy nominations – for Bohemian Rhapsody and Another One Bites The Dust – though none of them translated into a win.

The band was eventually awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award in 2018, the same year their album A Night At The Opera was inducted into the Grammys Hall Of Fame.

ABBA

Let's just have a look at the stats, shall we?

Nine UK number one singles. 385 million records sold. Not one but two jukebox musicals that solely feature their music.

Zero Grammy nominations.

In all honesty, we can't help but think this renders the entire Grammys pointless, but the Academy did kind of make up for their oversight by inducting Dancing Queen into their Hall Of Fame in 2015.

The Beach Boys

The band has only been nominated for four Grammys in their career, three of which were for Good Vibrations, while the other was for Kokomo. And while they still don't have any wins (not even for Pet Sounds), they were awarded with an honorary Grammy for Lifetime Achievement in 2011.

Tupac Shakur

A game-changing figure within the world of rap, Tupac never won a Grammy, but the Recording Academy did devote an exhibit dedicated to his memory in 2015.

Jimi Hendrix

Sadly, the legendary musician is another artist who the Recording Academy only recognised after his death (unless you count his sole nomination for his guitar of The Star-Spangled Banner).

After being awarded Lifetime Achievement in 1992, he's since won posthumous Grammys and had his work inducted into the Hall Of Fame on more than one occasion.

Björk

Known for her unique and avant-garde approach to music, Björk has an impressive 15 Grammy nominations to her name, placing her high on the list of musicians who've received the most recognition without an actual win.

Among her nominations are Best Alternative Album nods for her last six albums, although none of these resulted in a win.

Pet Shop Boys

Undoubtedly one of the most celebrated pop acts Britain has ever produced, with 14 albums to their name and a Brit Award for Outstanding Contribution, Pet Shop Boys have never won a Grammy.

They have been nominated on six occasions, though, most recently in 2010 for their Xenomania-produced Yes album.

Miley Cyrus

She might be one of the most famous women in pop, but Miley Cyrus has actually only ever been nominated for one Grammy.

In 2015, she was up for Best Pop Vocal Album for her infamous Bangerz release, but lost out to Sam Smith's In The Lonely Hour.

Lana Del Rey

Spread out over six years, Lana Del Rey has a total of six Grammy nominations to her name.

Although so far she's without a win, 2020 could well be her year, as she's up for two of the so-called "big three" thanks to her album Norman Fucking Rockwell, and its title track, which is up for Song Of The Year.

Sia

Known as much for her own music as she is for her songwriting credits for artists including Beyoncé and Rihanna. But despite six nominations, Sia is yet to win a Grammy for any of her musical offerings.

Robbie Williams

It's been well-documented that Robbie Williams' mammoth UK success has not translated overseas, and despite having the most Brit Awards of any singers in history, he's never managed to win a Grammy.

Interestingly, he has been nominated for two in the past, but neither were actually for his music.

His first nomination was for the music video for 1 Giant Leap's My Culture, on which he was a featured artist, while his second was in the Best Music Film category for his live show at the Royal Albert Hall.

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