Rating the red carpet looks
DAVID HASSELHOFF & REDFOO
When in Rome, do as the Romans do.
I can't fault the US singer-record producer and Baywatch star for authenticity - and enthusiasm - in their kilts.
But Redfoo was clearly overly excited.
He was more than happy to hike up his kilt and flash.
Sorry, I did not really want a peek of your tighty-whities.
Hasselhoff also could not resist hamming it up for the cameras, revealing a glimpse of post-Baywatch thighs.
Hey, Kiesza, Big Bird called - he wants his party outfit back.
The colours were great and stood out dramatically from the boring sea of blues and blacks.
But this bold, feathered look has a better place elsewhere - tribal party, maybe?
No cat ears?
No high ponytail?
No bodysuit-and-boots combo?
Grande looked polished and elegant in her cleavage-baring black number.
Look who brought the dated prom get-up back from the dead.
Usually stylish, the English star's matronly choice this time was rather puzzling.
I have a question: Did she brave a storm to arrive at the red carpet?
The Jimmy Neutron hair eclipsed an otherwise great outfit.
The sparkly blazer - yes! Those gorgeous pair of heels - yes!
That hair, though...
The simple white mini dress gave this English model the extra sass she needed with a daring plunging neckline.
I love that it was sexy, yet far from trashy.