The Biggest Accessory at the 2023 Grammys Was Skin

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Red carpet glamour was in attendance at the 2023 Grammy Awards as music’s brightest stars showed a little more than leg. We saw chests, midriffs and belly buttons on a handful of winners and nominees. These were the best looks with a little skin in the game on the Recording Academy’s red carpet.

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Taylor Swift

This ab-baring ensemble is going down as one of the Midnights singer’s all-time best. While her signature bold red lip takes center stage, it’s her toned midriff we can’t take our eyes off of.

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Harry Styles

Harry’s EgonLab Swarovski jumpsuit served as a bright, sparkling frame for the Grammy-winning singer’s collection of tattoos.

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Cardi B

Giving Botticelli’s Venus goddess vibes, Cardi B was a walking work of art in a Gaurav Gupta flowing couture gown that showed off her midsection.

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The “Kill Bill” singer wore an asymmetrical cutout dress for her turn as presenter. The nominee paired her glistening skin with a glossy nude lip.

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Camila Cabello

Glowing from head to toe, nominee Cabello wore a pearl-beaded bra along with a long black high-slit skirt.

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Heidi Klum

The golden girl took to the red carpet in a low plunge gown that showed her incredible figure. Makeup artist Sabrina Bedrani commented that her Grammy prep all started “with skin care.”

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Maren Morris

Wearing custom Off White, Morris had an ethereal, navel-baring look that had fans calling her the “country JLO.”

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Mary J. Blige

Nominated for six awards, the icon and “Good Morning Gorgeous” singer rocked the stage with a soulful performance but not before gracing the red carpet in a peek-a-boo skintight number.


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