Leave it to Beyonce to bring the drama.

A little more than a week after her dramatic I'm pregnant with twins announcement, Beyonce performed "Love Drought" and "Sand Castles" from her Grammy Award winning Lemonade album in what could be a stunning, golden ode to herself as Mother Earth.

The gown in all of its eveningwear drama was courtesy of Peter Dundas, the former creative director of Emilio Pucci.

But the rest of the Grammy Awards 2017 red carpet was, well, fun.

There were lots of keyholes, lots of slits, lots of color — and lots of drama.

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Faith Hill in Zuhair Murad and Carrie Underwood in Elie Madi 

Here is a round-up of the best looks, the worst looks, and the ones we wish we could ignore.

BEST DRESSED

Although the Twitterverse might not agree with me, best-dressed on the red carpet goes to Adele in this celery green Givenchy.  She looks good to me. No ifs, ands, or buts.

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Adele works the red carpet in a celery-green Givenchy.
COOLEST DINNER JACKET

This goes to the night's funniest ever host James Corden. Champagne?! All we have to say is champagne always works.

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 James Corden opens up the Grammys in a champagne dinner jacket.
FAVORITE THROWBACK LOOK

Halsey in Idan Cohen track suit was so '90s TLC. As the honorary fourth member of that R&B group, I approve.

MOST INTERESTING LOOK
WHO'S THAT?

Katy Perry as a hot blond in metallic Tom Ford getup.

PLEASE GIVE IT UP.

J-Lo in lavendar prom-esque Ralph & Russo

WHAT IS THIS?

Seriously, Cee-lo?

FAVORITE ACCESSORY

Skylar Grey, in this pleated-to-perfection shirtdress, holding a bag with words that move like a ticker tape.

WORST DRESSED

Why, Elle King? Why? (We like your music, though.)