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Grammys 2016: the best, worst and completely confusing red carpet looks

Grammy Awards red carpet arrivals: Justin Bieber, Adele, Meghan Trainor
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The Grammy Awards red carpet is always a place for interesting and sometimes extreme sartorial statements.

Some attire becomes infamous, and the celebrities wearing such frocks superstars. (Case in point is the navel-grazing Versace gown a new-to-the-spotlight Jennifer Lopez wore to the event in 2000; not only did it make her a known personality, it inspired Google execs to create Google Images.)

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So it’s no surprise that on Monday night, the music industry’s top talents brought their fashion A-game — for better and for worse — to the 58th annual event.

Right from the get-go there were plenty of looks for viewers to ogle, admire and scratch their heads about.

Here is a look at a few of the most noteworthy.

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Most dapper Canadian: The Weeknd

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Best-dressed duo: Justin Bieber and his younger brother, Jaxon

Justin Bieber attends The 58th GRAMMY Awards at Staples Center on February 15, 2016 in Los Angeles, California with his younger brother Jaxon.

Squad goals realized: Selena Gomez and Taylor Swift

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Most confusing trio: Alice Cooper, musician Joe Perry and actor Johnny Depp 

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Most Disney-like: Anoushka Shankar

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Most fluffy: Kasey Musgraves

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Weirdest and totally wacky: Z LaLa

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We just don’t even know: Manika 

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Belle of the ball: Adele

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Best rear view: Kaley Cuoco

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Creepiest boy band: Musician Papa Emeritus III and fellow members of Ghost

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Cutest couple: Chrissy Teigen and John Legend

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Most yellow and frilly: Cam

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Most ethereal: Lauren Diagle

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Most interesting use of contrasting shades and shapes: Janelle Monae 

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Best David Bowie tribute: Lady Gaga

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