Cardi B and Kylie Jenner lead WORST dressed Celebs at Grammy Awards 2019

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Grammy Awards 2019: Cardi B and Kylie Jenner lead WORST dressed of the night It’s the biggest night of the […]

Grammy Awards 2019: Cardi B and Kylie Jenner lead WORST dressed of the night

It’s the biggest night of the music calendar, and the 2019 Grammy Award’s red carpet did not dissapoint.

From intimate wardrobe malfunctions to toe-curling political statements, there were plenty of frocky horrors causing a stir at the Staples Center on Sunday.

Feast your eyes on some of the most shocking sartorial displays of the night – as we give a rundown of the most outrageous looks of the night.

Cardi B

While never known to be understated, Cardi’s Grammy look was a head-turner even by her standards.

The rapper shuffled down the red carpet in a velvet blue fishtail gown that was split open at her waist before fanning out around her in huge pink pleats.

Cardi then finished the look with a flesh-coloured body suit – with pearls stitched across her bikini line and belly button.

The Bodack Yellow hitmaker then made the most of her outfit by posing in a pair of matching silk gloves.

While her beau Offset, with whom she’s recently reconciled, dutifully stood behind letting his lady take all the shine.

Katy Perry

Katy Perry’s bid to be pretty in pink ended up taking a sour note thanks to her bizarre ruffled skirt.

The singer hid her famous curves away in the over-sized ensemble, while her chest appeared to be uncomfortably squashed into the silver bodice.

Kylie Jenner

Also opting for a baby-pink hued number was reality star Kylie Jenner .

The ill-fitting wrap-around suit did little for Kylie’s figure – even with the help of a cinched-in waist.

Her quirky finishing touches didn’t offer much either as she left strands of hair falling out of her bun as she cuddled up to boyfriend Travis Scott wearing  a pair of pink gloves.

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Bamuke Derrick Hartlego is a Ugandan sports Journalist. He currently works as a presenter with Homex Radio, an online sports radio and Uganda Broadcasting Corporation (UBC). He previously served as the senior sports reporter at Dailysports Media, Insidesports Uganda and Linkme Ug, he has also worked with 94.1 Nile FM, a station owned by Bornfree Technologies Network, in Arua.




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