Are you ready for the 62nd Annual Grammy Awards? The show — which air on Jan. 26, 2020 — promises to be one of the best yet (hello, Lizzo's performing!). In anticipation of the big event, Wonderwall.com is taking a look back at the 2010 Grammys to see what celebrities were wearing at the awards show a decade ago… starting with the queen of red carpet fashion moments, Lady Gaga. Gaga, who was nominated for five Grammys that year, hit the red carpet in full intergalactic style. With her hair dyed as bright as the sun, Gaga's custom Armani Prive Couture gown literally looked like it was orbiting around her universe. While the dress was a total show stopper, it was Gaga's sparkly, oddly shaped shoes that had everyone talking. By the end of the night, Gaga had made three additional outfit changes and managed to take home her first two Grammys. Keep reading for more wild and wonderful 2010 Grammys fashion…
Beyonce filled out every inch of this skin tight, zip-front dusty rose Stephane Rolland gown at the 2010 Grammys. Bey — who was nominated for a jaw-dropping 10 awards that year — looked like a goddess on the red carpet before winning in six categories , including song of the year for "Single Ladies."
We're feeling anything but blue looking at Taylor Swift's gorgeous midnight blue KaufmanFranco gown from the 2010 Grammys. Taylor — who was nominated for an incredible eight Grammys that night and won four — looked like a starry night sky in this sparkling sequined off-the-shoulder gown.
We love everything about Rihanna's feathered and fabulous ivory gown from designer Elie Saab. The embellished bodice and feathery-fringed high collar added a whimsical element to the draped and structured dress. RiRi — who was nominated for and won two Grammys that night for best rap song and best rap collaboration for her hit single "Run This Town" — paired the runway look with Neil Lane jewels and nude Jimmy Choo sandals.
For a singer who's known for wearing costume fruit in very strange places, we're kind of surprised by how demure Katy Perry looked at the 2010 Grammys in this backless gold-sequined and floral-embellished nude gown from Zac Posen. Katy — who was nominated for best female pop vocal performance for her song "Hot N Cold" that night — was the epitome of red carpet elegance.
Almost two years before he popped the question and three years before they wed, Chrissy Teigen and John Legend were one of the sexiest couples in Hollywood. Chrissy looked every bit the supermodel at the 2010 Grammys in this white Grecian goddess gown with a jewel encrusted waist and back strap while John — who was nominated for best male pop vocal performance for his song "This Time" — gave us major butterflies in his shimmery gray suit and super-stylish chain-link sweater vest.
Singer and "Hannah Montana" actress Miley Cyrus, who was then 17, turned up the volume on her fashion at the 2010 Grammys in an age-appropriate long-sleeved bandage-style minidress from Hervé Léger by Max Azria. The "Breakout" singer accessorized her look with short black gladiator sandals from Balenciaga, a statement necklace and a simple black box clutch.
A lot can change in a decade. At the 2010 Grammys, model Heidi Klum was still married to Seal — who was nominated that night for best male pop vocal performance for his cover of the song "If You Don't Know Me By Now" — and was still the producer and host of her reality TV series "Project Runway." Heidi, who wore a nude and gold-striped mini from Emilio Pucci while Seal donned a black tux, probably had no idea that by 2020, she'd have a new show and a new husband on her arm.
Is there anything more adorable than young Justin Bieber? The then-15-year-old singer was about to release his debut studio album, "My World 2.0," when he arrived at his first ever Grammys show in black leather pants, a leather-trimmed vest and a leather tie.
Nicole Kidman — who was celebrating handsome hubby Keith Urban's four Grammy nominations that night — arrived in this stunning black sleeveless high-collared gown from Prada. Keith — who ended up winning best male country vocal performance for his song "Sweet Thing" — didn't look so shabby himself in a shimmery charcoal suit and open-collared striped shirt.
2010 Grammys presenter Kristen Bell was small but mighty in this black-and-gold choker column gown from Etro. Letting the dress do all the work, Kristen's only addition to the look was sexy, messy bed-head hair.
Pink, who was nominated for best pop album and best female pop vocal performance, was a multicolored vision in this ombre Tony Ward Haute Couture gown featuring ample ruffled layers and rhinestone embellishments. Husband Carey Hart was equally stunning in his black suit from designer John Varvatos.
Season 4 "American Idol" winner-turned-country music superstar Carrie Underwood looked like an ethereal goddess in this flowing white pearl gown from Edition by Georges Chakra in 2010. The "Before He Cheats" singer was nominated for two Grammys that night and won best country collaboration for the song "I Told You So."
Fergie of the Black Eyed Peas showed lots of skin in this sleek blue-and-gold one-shouldered mini by Emilio Pucci. The Peas were up for six Grammys that night and won three including best pop album for "The E.N.D." By Fergie's side was her then-husband, actor Josh Duhamel, who looked superfly in a striped gray suit and maroon tie.
Trey Songz knew exactly how to work the red carpet at the 2010 Grammys. Nominated that night for best R&B album for "Ready," Trey had us in our feelings in this all-black satin-trimmed tuxedo and bow tie.
Early-2000s R&B star Ashanti showed up at the 2010 Grammys and stole the show in this high-low mermaid dress by Tony Ward Haute Couture. The heavily beaded sleeveless bodice and sweeping gold train let the "Always on Time" singer show off her enviable curves. In addition to her dangling gold earrings, Ashanti wore a sleek pair of gold heels from Giuseppe Zanotti.
If Jason Mraz's music doesn't make you swoon, then maybe his commitment to sustainable fashion will. At the 2010 Grammys — where he won best pop collaboration and best male pop vocal performance Grammys for his songs "Lucky" and "Make it Mine" — Jason wore this blue Eco Tux from designer Simon Carter. We're also digging his snazzy multicolored shoes.
There's a lot going on with Ciara's 2010 Grammys dress. The "1, 2 Step" singer — who was nominated that night for best pop collaboration with vocals for her song "Love Sex Magic" — wore this embellished black gown from Givenchy that featured a long-sleeved structured bodice overlay and a floor-length beaded lace skirt. We want to like the goth-inspired look, but can't help thinking it resembles a futuristic swimsuit cover.
We're just going to take a moment to admire the great fashion moment Green Day members Mike Dirnt, Tre Cool and Billie Joe Armstrong delivered at the 2010 Grammy Awards. The trio, who won best rock album for "21st Century Breakdown" that night, were expertly styled in these complementary metallic charcoal, striped and velvet tuxedos. Men, take note, because this is how you slay on the red carpet.
We like the color and cut of Miranda Lambert's 2010 Grammys dress, but we don't love it on her. The one-shoulder beaded and ruffled turquoise gown made Miranda — who was nominated that night for best female country vocal performance for her song "Dead Flowers" — look more like a pageant queen than a Grammy-winning music star.
We'd expect nothing less than wild fashion from LMFAO members Redfoo and Sky Blu. The electronic music duo — who'd earned their first ever Grammy nomination for best electronic dance album for "Party Rock" — added a little panache to their mostly all-black attire with animal prints and thick gold chains. Goofy pose or not, we're seriously stanning Sky Blu's black-and-white patent leather Oxfords.
"The Big Bang Theory" star Kaley Cuoco turned up at the 2010 Grammys in this stunning liquid black plunging halter-style dress. The deep V and asymmetrical wrapped waist gave her an incredible silhouette that she perfectly accessorized with a colorful jeweled clutch.
Presenter Ricky Martin stood out in his head-to-toe Dolce & Gabbana ensemble at the 2010 Grammys. From his sliced-up dark leather jacket to his black trousers and silky shirt, the "She Bangs" singer had us all doing a double take on the red carpet.
Another music star who don Dolce & Gabbana was two-time Grammy-nominated artist Keri Hilson. The "Knock You Down" singer knocked us out in this sumptuous blush mermaid gown that featured sheer organza ruffling and a gorgeous jewel-encrusted waist.
Looking like a snack at the 2010 Grammys? Jamaican dancehall rapper Sean Paul. The "Get Busy" singer — who was nominated that night for best reggae album — paired supple leather pants with a micro-polka dot blazer and satin-trimmed vest. In addition to his shades, the music star accessorized his look with a bold and blingy cuff bracelet.