After the gramophone trophies were all handed out at the 55th Annual Grammy Awards, music’s brightest stars celebrated post-show in Los Angeles. Divas Miranda Lambert (in Jovani Couture) and Beyoncé (in Osman) posed together backstage at the ceremony, Taylor Swift (in J. Mendel) embraced Girls star Lena Dunham in the audience, and power belters Adele and Kelly Clarkson attended the Sony Music Grammys Reception at Hollywood hot spot Bar Nineteen 12. Click through the gallery to see all the stars partying after the Grammys!
In anticipation of tonight’s Grammys red carpet—which is known for its outrageous fashion choices—The Recording Academy issued a decree on Wednesday asking that attendees make attempts to tone down the often revealing nature of their red carpet choices. But there were a few stars who didn’t pay any mind to the new rules: Jennifer Lopez (in Anthony Vaccarello), Katy Perry, Miranda Lambert (in Roberto Cavalli), and Kelly Rowland (in Georges Chakra Couture) all showed plenty of skin on the red carpet. “They didn’t say anything about leg!” Lopez told E! host Ryan Seacrest. “I thought I was being such a good girl. A little shoulder, a little leg!” Lambert also consciously disregarded the Academy’s notes. “Don’t show your side boob and don’t show your puffy skin, what does that even mean?” she said. “What is puffy skin? Nope I didn’t get the memo!” So, what do you think of the skin-baring looks? Tell us your thoughts in the comments!
Plus, see what everyone wore on the carpet!
This is LOVE, people! Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton’s amazing relationship—the two married last May—was put on full display at last night’s 46th Annual CMA Awards in Nashville. And country’s power couple (it’s like they’re the Jay-Z and Beyonce of the country world) earned some of the night’s top honors—Lambert took home the award for Female Vocalist of the Year for the third year in a row, while her other half, The Voice star Blake Shelton, won Male Vocalist of the Year and the night’s top honor, Entertainer of the Year. “I. Love. Country. Music!!!!!!!!!! Thank you all!!!!” Tweeted a very excited Shelton after the ceremony. Plus, together they won Song of the Year for “Over You,” an emotional duet they recorded together. Now if this isn’t the best date night ever, we’re not sure what is.
Plus, see Miranda’s getting-ready photos in the gallery!
Country’s power couple came out on top at last night’s CMA Awards! Miranda Lambert took home the award for Female Vocalist of the Year for the third year in a row, while her other half Blake Shelton won Male Vocalist of the Year and the night’s top honor, Entertainer of the Year. Plus, together they won Song of the Year for “Over You,” an emotional duet they recorded together. And the night didn’t end when they walked off the stage! We caught up with Miranda’s glam squad—stylist Tiffany Gifford, hairstylist Mara Roszak, and makeup artist Holly Chapman—to get the inside scoop on the star’s looks, including the satin and chiffon gown by Maria Lucia Hohan she wore on the red carpet. “Miranda said if she ever renews her vows, this is the kind of dress she’d want to wear,” Gifford told InStyle.com. “It made her glow.” Find out more in the gallery!
There’s no better place for big, blonde hairstyle inspiration than the CMA Awards! We loved Faith Hill‘s side-swept waves, Miranda Lambert‘s bumped-up updo, and Carrie Underwood‘s pinned-to-the-side curly ponytail. Tell us: Which style did you like best? Let us know by voting in the poll below!
Plus, see what everyone wore to the CMA Awards!
The Country Music Association just announced nominees for the CMA Awards this morning, and topping the list are some of our favorite ladies— Taylor Swift, Miranda Lambert, Kelly Clarkson, and Carrie Underwood—plus some gentleman as well, like The Voice’s Blake Shelton and Nicole Kidman’s beau Keith Urban. Click through the gallery below to see some of the nominees and what awards they’re up for!
In Miranda Lambert’s new Thelma and Louise-themed music video for “Fastest Girl in Town,” the country singer “borrows” a car she’s eyeing at a local bar with a little help from a pro: NASCAR driver Danica Patrick. The two pull off a very stylish robbery—car chase and all! ”When I first read the script for the video, it made me think of The Dukes of Hazzard, but it really needed to be timeless,” Lambert’s stylist Tiffany Gifford told InStyle.com. “To do that, I got distressed, slim boot-cut Seven for All Mankind jeans and topped them with a vintage style Free People tank. It wanted the look to feel lived in—as if Miranda and Danica would have had these pieces in their closets forever—but it also had to have a sexy, bad girl ‘I might steal your car’ vibe.” See if Miranda and Danica in the video above, then click “See the Photos” for more behind-the-scenes details about their robbery-inspired style.