Lady Gaga arrives at the 53rd annual Grammy Awards on Sunday, Feb. 13, 2011, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello) (AP)

Grammys' most memorable red carpet outfits

The night's most stylish, most hideous and most outrageous fashion -- and what Twitter is saying about it

Salon Staff
February 14, 2011 6:45AM (UTC)

Every year, the Grammys recognize the year's best music and showcase some truly remarkable fashion. Some of it is stylish and smart, much of it is baffling -- all of it is fodder for Internet chatter. We're collecting the most noteworthy red carpet moments from the Grammys, and telling you what's being dissected on Twitter.


@Lord_Voldemort7: Lady Gaga has arrived to the Grammys hidden inside a cocoon. Listen Gaga, being "reborn" is my thing. Step the hell back.

@IsoulHarris:Why does Miranda Lambert look like a coal miner's daughter going to prom in a Rave dress?


@Oonamusic: Mumford & Sons look like a really nice group of young men who got high in the limo


@ShastaVCZ: Love everything about Monica's dress except the linebacker shoulder pads.

@RobbieGould09:Can someone explain how snooki gets the invite to the grammy's


@holliesmithWell seeing Florence wasn't adhering to the memo about the black dress code, she had to standout somehow. #Florencehating

@caitlinmoran:"Katy Perry's coming up next." Yeah, wearing a dress and walking, with her legs. Whatevah. It's a post-Gaga's Egg world now, baby.

@WONDERFULCECE: I rolls with Ciara but that dress gave me Wonder Woman

@WhoGonChekMiBoo: Janelle Monae = Johnny Bravo

@PATisDoPE: janelle monae only got one outfit, and two pair of tap shoes ..

@greatistheworld: Justin Bieber is not a musician. He's a product. He is why I have to defend my love of capitalism.


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