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Nominated for two Grammy Awards this year, the favors mermaid silhouettes that play up her famously fierce curves. Favorite designers range from Versace and Armani to Elie Saab and Naeem Khan.
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Knowles could sparkle in this glittering blue Elie Saab dress or pick this embellished peach Naeem Khan gown.
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The country sticks to girly gowns in soft pastels with plenty of shine and ruffles by designers like Badgley Mischka, Jenny Packham and Georges Chakra.
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Underwood could go for texture in one-shouldered Badgley Misckha or for drama in shimmering sequins from Monique Lhuillier (who designed her wedding dresses!).
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The fearless never fails to surprise on the red carpet in over-the-top creations from Viktor & Rolf, Jean Paul Gaultier and Marchesa.
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The redhead could go girly in this floral confection from Elie Saab Haute Couture or match her locks to this ultra-dramatic Christian Siriano showstopper.
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Before performing with Cee-Lo Green on the telecast, the will hit the red carpet in a high fashion look from favorites like Versace, Stella McCartney or Roland Mouret.
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Gwyneth could show off her enviable legs in a bright Victoria Beckham mini or play peekaboo in a cut-out red Versace sheath.
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The country loves sparkles, full skirts and strapless necklines. But in frocks from edgier lines like Miu Miu and Galliano, Swift has been making statements that are more sophisticated than sweet on the red carpet.
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Swift could be utterly feminine in pink Ralph Lauren ruffles or pick a perfectly grown-up red party dress from Nina Ricci.
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It’s all about shock and awe when this hits an awards show. Whether it’s custom Armani or a meat dress, we can’t wait to see what she’ll wear next.
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The queen of the little monsters could wear a feathered gown from Alexander McQueen or pick black-and-white lace from Jean Paul Gaultier – Mohawk and all!
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The new has taken a markedly grown-up turn in her wardrobe, leaving her kitschier outfits for the stage and walking the red carpet in gowns by Elie Saab, ISSA and Zuhair Murad.
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Katy could sizzle in this green Zuhair Murad Haute Couture mini or go for drama in this sparkling gold-and-pink Georges Chakra Haute Couture gown.
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The engaged will surely set off any dress with her new sparkler. Look for Rimes to go short – after all, she favors minis from Ports 1961, Monique Lhuillier and Mara Hoffman for awards shows.
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Rimes could showcase her toned figure in this fun black Monique Lhuillier dress or go ultra-sleek in this J. Mendel mini.
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The Black Eyed Peas always keeps it Fergalicious, highlighting her lady lumps in gilded minis and flowing gowns from Marchesa, Calvin Klein, Armani and more.
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The singer could snag this just-off-the-runway golden Zuhair Murad mini or play peekaboo in this laced-up Emilio Pucci.
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The usually works an ultra-glam, tough-girl vibe, but will motherhood soften her up? Look for pieces from go-tos like Armani, Malandrino and Michael Kors.
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Keys could go space age in an amethyst, asymmetrical Armani Privé gown or tap into her wild side with a leopard print Dolce & Gabbana dress.
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The lady of Lady Antebellum favors waist-defining gowns in vivid colors from designers like Pamella Roland, J. Mendel and David Meister.
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The country singer could go for big-city glamour in this scarlet Oscar de la Renta or for subtle shine in this black Pamella Roland.
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The flame-haired frontwoman of Florence and the Machine never has "Dog Days" on the red carpet with her endless supply of couture from Chanel, Givenchy and Elie Saab.
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The British singer could pluck this chartreuse Elie Saab off his recent couture runway or turn to Karl Lagerfeld for this silver Chanel couture two-piece.
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