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All Eyes On Them: Exploring the Looks Among Some Of The 2023 Grammys Presenters

By Reya Krishna

On Sunday Feb. 5, the 65th annual Grammys went down in history, celebrating the many talented artists through grand performances and touching tributes. As the night’s events unfolded, there were momentous celebrations as award winners were announced. Let’s take a deeper look into some of the eye-catching award presenters of the night.

Olivia Rodrigo opted for a simple yet elegant look for the festivities, donning a Miu Miu sheer, slip dress accessorized with classic Tiffany & Co. jewelry. The diamonds, however, didn’t outshine her bright smile as she presented the award for ’Best New Artist’ to Samara Joy.

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It was a big night for Viola Davis, who had won her own Grammy award for “Best Audio Book Narration”, and her win secured her EGOT status, having already won an Emmy, Oscar, and Tony award. She dazzled in an asymmetrical Naeem Khan dress, the silver, red, and blue colors shimmering underneath the bright lights onstage as she presented Beyoncé her Grammy for “Best R&B Song”.

SZA made heads turn in her black Mugler cutout dress and she took to the Grammy stage in her Jimmy Choo sandals to present the award for “Best Música Urbana Album”. The honor went to none other than Bad Bunny for his 2022 album, Un Verano Sin Ti.

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Viewers watching both at home and in the audience of the Arena were left speechless when First Lady, Dr. Jill Biden, took to the stage in a stunning off-the-shoulder Oscar de la Renta botanical dress, the silver and gold shimmering like a disco ball. The First Lady presented not one, but two awards of the night, awarding Bonnie Raitt the Grammy award for “Song of the Year”.

Dr. Biden also presented the first-ever “Song for Special Change” merit award to “Baraye, the unofficial anthem for the Mahsi Amini protests in Iran. The song was written by Iranian singer-songwriter Steven Hajipour, and its impact was spoken for with the special Grammy award.

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It‘s no surprise to see celebrities change into different outfits throughout the night, and Cardi B is no exception to that as she showcased two beautiful yet contrasting looks for the night. Her red carpet dress was a flowing, blue Gaurav Gupta ensemble that debuted during Paris Fashion Week mere days ago. However, the rapper decided to ditch the elegant dress and don a futuristic, metallic Paco Rabanne dress to present the Grammy award for “Best Rap Album” to Kendrick Lamar, and her new look was accessorized with flashy silver jewelry and topped with a chain-mail headdress.

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Another outfit change moment of the night was orchestrated by none other than iconic country star Shania Twain, debuting a white Harris Reed suit covered in gigantic, black polka dots on the red carpet earlier in the evening. The look was completed with a matching hat that made everyone take a double take. with She then changed into a skirt suit and cape from Thom Browne to present the award for “Best Country Album”, which went to Willie Nelson. The only constant in the singer’s looks of the night was her bold red hair, a contrast from her signature brunette.

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