While Sunday's big Grammy winners polish their trophies and the losers lick their wounds, there are still more very important awards to give out: our own Wonderwall Wally Awards. Here are the Grammy stars who we think are the real winners.
Paris Hilton picked up the "Best Do-It-Yourself Dress" Wally Award for this little number, which she made out of some old birthday supplies she found in a bargain bin at Party City.
We're giving Kanye West a Wally for "Classiest Article of Clothing Made Completely Out of Sparkles".
Katy Perry won a Wally for "Most Confusing Contradiction" for making it clear that she's all about bananas despite acheiving worldwide recognition for a song about kissing girls.
The Wally Award for "Shiniest" goes to Carrie Underwood. You shouldn't look directly at her without sunglasses.
The Wally Award for "Luckiest Kid In the World" goes to the little baby who appears to be minutes away from swaggerin' out of M.I.A.'s belly.
Coldplay took home the Wally Award for "Best Album By A Group of New Age Kindergarten Teachers".
The Wally Award for "Best Musical Performance With One's Personal Musical Icon" goes to Stevie Wonder, who finally realized his lifelong dream of playing alongside The Jonas Brothers.
Miley Cyrus and Taylor Swift shared the Wally Award for "Duo Most Likely To Send Tweens Into Shrieking Hysteria".
Whitney Houston wins a well-deserved Wally Award for "Best We've Seen Whitney Houston Look In A Long Time".
John Mayer is the big winner of the prized "Most Mr. Miyagi-Like Get-Up" Wally Award.
Paula Abdul handily beat out the competition to win the annual Wally Award for "Best Unsuccessful Attempt To Pull Off Yellow".
This year's Wally Award for "Best Reappropriaton of The Rat Pack" goes to M.I.A., T.I., Kanye West, Lil Wayne and Jay-Z, now known as The Rap Pack.
Ryan Seacrest wins yet another Wally Award for "Most Awkward Red Carpet Banter".
The Wally Award for "Most Random Out of Place Person Who Just Puts On Something Weird and Shows Up To These Things" goes to Bai Ling, yet again.