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Awards season is in full swing, and celebrities have called on their stylists to help them pick out the best of the best looks and outfits to wow fans while they walk down the red carpet. While some celebrities show up looking their best, others just seem to miss the mark. 

The 62nd Annual Grammy Awards went down on Sunday, January 26, at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, and there were plenty of fashion letdowns that we saw walk through the carpet.

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Alessandra Ambrosio took a risk by wearing a two-tone black and white ensemble that ended up being a big miss. The supermodel looks amazing in just about anything, but not even her svelte physique and gorgeous face couldn't help make this look any better. 

She wasn't the only one who chose a look that perhaps wasn't the best idea. There were plenty of celebrities who made risky choices that just didn't land on the red carpet and also didn't photograph well. Scroll through to see some of the worst looks of the 2020 Grammys.

 

Jo'zzy's suit was outrageous. 1

Jo'zzy's suit was outrageous.

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There was a lot going on with this ensemble, and we are not really sure we understand what exactly he is wearing in the front of his suit jacket. 

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James Blake and Jameela Jamil's couple outfits did not work. 2

James Blake and Jameela Jamil's couple outfits did not work.

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The sheer area of her dress seems unnecessary, not to mention her man's ensemble. They can try again next year. 

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Musician Andrew Watt's outfit was out there. 3

Musician Andrew Watt's outfit was out there.

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This is giving us major Bad Bunny vibes, but then we're quickly reminded the Puerto Rican rapper wasn't in attedance, so it makes this less fun.

Njomza didn't do enough for the Grammys. 4

Njomza didn't do enough for the Grammys.

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While the red carpets are fun and all about celebrating music, this was for one of the most important awards shows. This tight red dress with a cutoff might have been better for a more casual show, like the Video Music Awards.

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Billie Eilish is dressed like a rapper in the '90s. 5

Billie Eilish is dressed like a rapper in the '90s.

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The musician is one of the most beloved singers of the moment, but we can't help but be confused by her outfits. Her aesthetic is rather different than most pop stars, but I guess she has to find a way to stand out.

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Liza Koshy's dress was so ill-fitting. 6

Liza Koshy's dress was so ill-fitting.

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The YouTube star has become popular on the red carpet, and while she usually wears some good outfits, this was a major miss.

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Lil Nas X has found his signature style. 7

Lil Nas X has found his signature style.

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It looks like the rapper is sticking to his cowboy style! He changes things up by adding his own twist with neon colors and fun accessories. It works for him and him only.

FKA Twigs' dress was a bit confusing. 8

FKA Twigs' dress was a bit confusing.

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We're not really sure what is happening with this dress choice. The singer is one of a kind for sure, and so is this look.

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Tyler the Creator came dressed as a bellhop. 9

Tyler the Creator came dressed as a bellhop.

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We're not really sure what the idea was behind this look, but Tyler is known for being eccentric so this goes right in line with his persona.

Alessandra Ambrosio tried to do something different. 10

Alessandra Ambrosio tried to do something different.

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It was different, but it didn't quite work. The black side was a bit too covered, while the white side had very little fabric and it was a little too risqué.

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Orville Peck was also giving us cowboy vibes. 11

Orville Peck was also giving us cowboy vibes.

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The Western look might be on trend since so many of the fellas showed up rocking this style. It's quite confusing but the commitment is to be respected.

Little Big Town was a whole mess. 12

Little Big Town was a whole mess.

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The singers make such beautiful music together, but for some reason they couldn't find their rhythm with their outfit choices. 

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Shania Twain was something else. 13

Shania Twain was something else.

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Trying to make sense of this look might just give you a headache. The shorts, the tule skirt, and the romper underneath just makes no sense. 

H.E.R. is a gorgeous lady with a powerful voice. 14

H.E.R. is a gorgeous lady with a powerful voice.

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There is just way too much going on with this dress and it almost takes away from her beauty. 

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Gary Clark Jr. and Nicole Trunfio wore way too much black. 15

Gary Clark Jr. and Nicole Trunfio wore way too much black.

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This is a bit of an overwhelming look for both of them. We're not sure if they are at the Grammys or a costume party. 

Imogen Heap was original. 16

Imogen Heap was original.

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There is nothing we can say about this look except for we give her props for wearing it.

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John Legend took a risk. 17

John Legend took a risk.

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John is this year's sexiest man alive and usually that would give him a pass for whatever he chooses to wear, but there's nothing sexy about this long suit jacket. We expected better from him!

Billy Porter has been killing it on the red carpet. 18

Billy Porter has been killing it on the red carpet.

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He has been serving some fire looks this award season, but this one just didn't quite work for him.

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Tank and the Bangas tried, at least. 19

Tank and the Bangas tried, at least.

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We appreciate their efforts of at least trying to color coordinate, but it still doesn't make their individual looks any better.

J.I.D gave two-color suits a shot. 20

J.I.D gave two-color suits a shot.

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This look could have worked if he perhaps tried a different color that wasn't so reminiscent of Halloween.