Worst looks of 2022 Grammy Awards
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Worst looks of 2022 Grammy Awards

Billie Eilish, the singer of Bad Guy, wore an ultra-dark Rick Owens

Worst looks of 2022 Grammy Awards

The Grammy Awards, 2022 were a glamorous affair with celebrities adorned in beautiful designer ensembles. However, to balance the list of best-dressed celebrities on the night of April 3, 2022, there were celebrities whose fashion statements raised eyebrows and were not well received. Discover some of the worst looks of 2022 Grammy Awards, ranging from bad choices to downright appalling.

Tayla Parx

Credits: Footwear News

There's nothing wrong with making a strong or unique statement, but singer-songwriter Tayla Parx's Super Mario-inspired dinosaur suit seemed like she was on her way to a costume party rather than the Grammys.

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Justin Bieber

Credits: Deadline

Justin Bieber arrived at the Grammy Awards with his wife, Hailey Bieber, wearing an enormous Balenciaga suit and studded platform heels in one of the night's most polarising ensembles. Crocs x Balenciaga clogs


Credits: US weekly

Yola, an R&B artist, attended the Grammy Awards in a sweeping purple gown with a silk skirt, furry bodice and trim, and a pair of monstrous paw-shaped glove sleeves with crystal-encrusted nails. "She reminds me of Ursula from The Little Mermaid," one Twitter user said.

Billie Eilish

Credits: Hollywood Life

Billie Eilish, the singer of Bad Guy, wore an ultra-dark Rick Owens ensemble that completely engulfed her. To be sure, it's unique and on-brand, but it's not one of her most flattering looks.

Alisha Gaddis

Credits: Eoline

Alisha Gaddis, a musician, arrived at the Grammy Awards in a Teusha Matoshi seafoam gown fit for a princess. The actress completed her ensemble with a gold Dora Marra branch headdress and Carrie Hoffman jewellery, which she paired with a voluminous skirt and puffed sleeves. On the other hand, her nature-inspired style did not go over well on Twitter. One commenter joked, "Someone warns Alisha Gaddis she's going to put an eye out with that thing," referring to the headpiece's branches.

Michelle Zauner

Credits: UPI

Michelle Zauner, the lead vocalist of nominee Japanese Breakfast, appeared on the red carpet in a yellow minidress with tiered circular frills. Layered rings and pearl drop earrings completed her ensemble, as did Stuart Weitzman's white satin "Piper" platform sandals. Her garment drew a lot of non-fashion parallels thanks to its all-over texture, including "a bag of potato chips."

Megan Thee Stallion

Credits: Hollywood Life

Megan Thee Stallion's Roberto Cavalli animal print gown perhaps was not appropriate for the occasion. It was a letdown after the beauty of her Oscars ensemble. The animal print was all over the red carpet.