But ahead of the ceremony, the fashion stakes were just as high as the famous faces seized the chance to flaunt their unique sense of style.
One of the most-nominated artists of the night, Lady Gaga made a suitable dramatic entrance in a thigh-high split silver gown.
After having snubbed the BAFTAs to attend the music industry party, Lady Gaga will be hoping her night’s as bright as her outfit.
The singer struck a sultry pose ahead of the event where she’s up in the big name categories including Record of the Year and Song of the Year.
One of the first to arrive was singer Camilla Cabello dressed in an eye-popping pink gown.
The former Fifth Harmony star is nominated in the category of Best Pop Vocal Album for debut solo album Camila and Best Pop Solo Performance for hit single Havana
Camila is also taking the prestigious honour of opening Sunday night’s show.
Miley Cyrus made a very animated display when it was her turn to hit the red carpet.
The Nothing Breaks Like A Heart singer went for androgynous chic in a black suit jacket – with nothing underneath.
Dolly Parton could teach the younger starlets a thing or two about glamour.
The iconic country singer stood out from the pack by embracing her signature style in a curve-hugging red number that featured a knee grazing asymmetrical skirt.
Dolly, who turned 73 in January, set off her show-stopping evening look with rhinestones and a cleavage enhancing neckline.
For her first Grammy red carpet as a nominated artist, Dua was determined to stand out from the pack.
The New Rules hitmaker cut a dazzling figure in a shimmering sequinned gown that boasted one epic train.
Hostess Alicia Keys went matching with the red carpet in an elegant crimson number that featured a plunging neckline.
A beaming Alicia posed up a storm ahead of her big night as was flanked by husband Swizz Beatz with whom she enjoyed packing on the PDAs before heading inside for her presenting duties.