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2017 Grammys Red Carpet: All the Arrival Photos

The 2017 Grammy Awards are underway, and Variety has all the red carpet arrival photos.

Adele was one of the early arrivals. The British songstress won two awards before the telecast, and look gorgeous in a green Givenchy dress. Her color choice was definitely a departure from her usual black and a standout on the red carpet.

Camila Cabello, at her first awards show since departing Fifth Harmony, made a statement in a gorgeous gray gown.

The fashions at the Grammys tend to be a bit more risque than those at the acting awards shows. Skin was definitely in, with Lady Gaga and Halsey walking the red carpet exposed. Even the normally conservative Carrie Underwood showed off her decolletage.

On the men’s side, Desiigner showed up sans shirt.

The red carpet wasn’t without controversy. Joy Villa (who famously wore a orange netting dress a few years back), donned a “Make America Great Again” dress with “Trump” emblazoned on the train.

Keep coming back to see the latest arrivals from the 2017 Grammy Awards.

2017 Grammys Red Carpet Gallery: Photos of Arrivals

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