Twenty years ago, Jennifer Lopez shut down the Grammys red carpet with her now-legendary barely-there Versace green dress, open to her navel, that sent the internet into a full meltdown. How can anyone beat that? Well, the music industry’s brightest stars certainly gave it a go, strutting their stuff on Sunday night (January 26) at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. White was a big trend, along with strapless gowns – and super-long glittering nails. Here are some takeaways from the red carpet on Grammys night. White hot Breakout star Lizzo arrived early and ready for her close-up – and with good reason. She took home a total of three Grammys. The 31-year-old singer and flautist stunned in a strapless white Versace corset gown, with Swarovski crystals sewn in by hand, according to the Italian fashion house. Her hair was slicked back in old Hollywood waves and she was dripping in diamonds, right down to her fingernails. She opened the night with a tribute to basketball legend Kobe Bryant, who died in a helicopter crash earlier in the day, and then performed a stirring medley of her hits. One of her main awards rivals, country-rap sensation Lil Nas X, was a vision in white at the pre-gala award ceremony, as he won his first-ever Grammy for best music video for the genre-melding viral smash hit, Old Town Road . Taylor Swift smashed Michael Jackson’s award record at the AMAs Gwen Stefani – who performed with real-life partner Blake Shelton – rocked in a strapless, shell-encrusted, off-white Dolce and Gabbana minidress with thigh-high boots. Indian actress Priyanka Chopra Jonas, accompanying her nominee husband Nick Jonas, went for the shock factor with a J Lo-esque down-to-there neckline on her kaftan-like dress with silver accents and lots of fringe. High style Pop princess Ariana Grande arrived in the cloud of a ruffled blue-grey tulle ball gown, from designer Giambattista Valli, and elbow-length gloves, her signature ponytail bobbing atop her head. Strapless was a big Grammys 2020 trend, and she jumped on the bandwagon. Baroque pop singer Lana Del Rey looked elegant in a sparkling silver gown with a keyhole neckline and lots of dangling crystals. 2019 Grammys: The best- and worst-dressed celebrities Bright colours Sometimes, it’s all about making a splashy statement with some bright colour. Later on, Lil Nas X ditched the white outfit from earlier for a hot pink Versace cowboy outfit, complete with a studded cropped jacket and pants, a harness over a mesh shirt and the requisite hat. Not to be outdone, Billie Eilish – who won five top prizes including best song and record, for the single Bad Guy , and best album and best pop vocal album for debut long-player “When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?” – was in head-to-toe custom black and lime green Gucci, plus trainers. Canadian singer-songwriter Shawn Mendes went for a three-piece Louis Vuitton suit in a hue best described as cabernet. Which K-pop star had the hottest fashion look of 2019? Nail game On the big night, for A-listers it was all about the fingernails – and the longer, the better. Lizzo’s nail tips were literally dripping with diamonds, or something diamond-like, anyway. As her tune Good as Hell goes, “Head toss, check my nails, baby how you feelin’?” Eilish went for wild green nails that matched her custom Gucci threads. And Spanish singer Rosalía – winner of best Latin rock, urban or alternative album – said her dagger-like silver nails were “something special” she did for the night. American Music Awards 2019: the best- and worst-dressed celebrities Politics and music Showbiz is generally unkind to Donald Trump, but a few with Grammys invitations have repeatedly used the red carpet to show their love for the Republican president – and undoubtedly try to boost their social media cred. Singer Joy Villa went with a sparkly red gown with “Trump 2020” emblazoned down the front in white block letters. On the back? “Impeached & re-elected”. She capped the look with a blue and white cape. One-time 90s boy band singer Ricky Rebel arrived in red lace under a canopied umbrella, which he lifted to reveal a shredded sort of shirt and red leather pants, revealing his buttocks, on which were written: “Impeach this”. And actress Megan Pormer wore a red gown with a super-high slit that read “No war Iran.” Over it was a sort of cape made of the US and Iranian flags. Want more stories like this? Sign up here . Follow STYLE on Facebook , Instagram , YouTube and Twitter .