Grammys 2017: Jennifer Lopez and Adele lead arrivals


Grammys 2017: Jennifer Lopez and Adele lead arrivals


Pop divas Jennifer Lopez and Adele oozed glamour as they made their mark at the 59th annual Grammy Awards on Sunday.
The ladies sported two very different but equally stunning looks as they lead the celebrity arrivals at the Staples Center in Los Angeles for the biggest night in music.
Lopez, 47, flashed cleavage and leg in a soft lilac halterneck gown while Adele looked positively regal in olive green.

Lopez wore a long flowing look with diamond encrusted clutch and heels.
She kept her locks fuss free as they fell poker straight past her waist.
Adele, 28, wowed in a figure-hugging Givenchy dress with checkered bodice and delicate beaded sleeves.

Her strawberry blonde locks were styled into a flawless updo and diamond cluster earrings adorned her ears.
Lea Michele also looked ravishing in a black halter top with floral designs that flashed her tummy. The long skirt had a nice mermaid finish.
The Glee vet had her hair parted on the side and straight. Her makeup looked to have an overall pink tone that was unusual.

Lea talked to Kris Jenner on the carpet and said, ‘I had a great time on Glee for seven year…. Scream Queens is good. I love both shows.’
When Kris asked what her favorite song on Glee was, she said, ‘That’s like picking who your favorite child is…’
Jenner laughed as she has six kids. Then Lea added, ‘My favorite song on Glee would be Somebody You Love.’
Co-hosting the red carpet show for E! Kristen Cavallari took the plunge in a black backless gown with thigh-high slit.
The 30-year-old Hills alum wore long blonde extensions in a voluminous ponytail.
Cassadee Pope wore a showstopping gown that was plunging in front and had a nice train. Singer Mya covered up with a red suit.
Giuliana Rancic pulled off a very racy look in a white lace mini dress that showed off her body. The 42-year-old E! star flaunted her incredibly toned and tanned legs with white point stilettos.
Emily Weisband pulled up her white sheer skirt to show off her toned legs.

The beauty had on a white lace mini dress with a sweetheart neckline and beige heels.
Musician Jacqueline Van Bierk had CDs on her white sparkly gown while Sibley wore a dress with a slit up the front and artist Girl Crush had balls on her skirt.
This year’s ceremony is hosted by British comedian James Corden and will feature performances by a host of stars including Bruno Mars, Adele, Metallica, John Legend, Carrie Underwood, The Weeknd, Katy Perry and Keith Urban.
Beyonce, who announced last week that she’s pregnant with twins, is also scheduled to perform and will apparently be ‘taking it easier than normal’.
Adele will be hoping her 2017 appearance goes better than last year’s which was embarrassingly plagued by technical issues.

During her rendition of All I Ask a microphone fell on the strings of the piano which caused the sound to briefly cut out and Adele’s voice drifted out of tune during the rest of the song.
The Recording Academy, which organizes the music industry’s premier awards night, took responsibility for the snafu.
Both Beyonce and Adele will be battling it out in the top three categories – album, song and record of the year.

Beyonce leads the night with nine nods followed by Drake, Rihanna and Kanye West with eight nods each in the contest for the music industry’s highest honors.
Justin Bieber’s Purpose, Canadian hip hop star Drake’s Views and country musician Sturgill Simpson’s A Sailor’s Guide To Earth rounded out the contenders for album of the year.
The Grammy Awards are chosen by members of the music industry and in the past have often been dominated by rock and country music.

But in recent years, more R&B and hip hop artists have been recognized in line with the commercial success of the music form. Drake and Beyonce, along with Adele, had three of the biggest selling albums worldwide of 2016.
When the nominations were announced in December Billboard said Grammy voters had ‘recognized with their nominees this year what the rest of the music-listening world has long accepted: that both its commercial and critical center lies with pop, hip hop and R&B.’
However, singer-songwriter Frank Ocean is one artist snubbing the show this year and did not submit his latest album Blonde for Grammys consideration.

He told New York Times ‘I think the infrastructure of the awarding system and the nomination system and screening system is dated’
Kanye West, who has been nominated for eight awards, is also expected to skip the event along with Drake and Justin Bieber.
According to a source Bieber is said to believe that the annual event is no longer ‘relevant or representative especially when it comes to young singers’.


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