Grammys 2020 red carpet: Priyanka Chopra brings oomph factor, Lizzo dazzles in white

The music industry's brightest stars certainly gave it a go in the designer best, strutting their stuff Sunday at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.  White was a big trend, along with strapless gowns -- and super-long glittering nails. Here are some takeaways from the red carpet on Grammys night.

Lizzo

Breakout star Lizzo arrived early and ready for her close-up -- and with reason. The 31-year-old singer and flautist stunned in a strapless white Versace corset gown with Swarovski crystals sewn in by hand, according to the Italian fashion house.

(Photograph:AFP)

Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas

Priyanka Chopra Jonas, accompanying her nominee husband Nick Jonas, went for the shock factor with a JLo-esque down-to-there neckline on her caftan-like dress with silver accents and lots of fringe.

(Photograph:AFP)

Ariana Grande

Pop princess Ariana Grande arrived in an absolute cloud of a ruffled blue-gray tulle ball gown from designer Giambattista Valli and elbow-length gloves, her signature ponytail bobbing atop her head.

(Photograph:AFP)

Camila Cabello

While most stars opted for white on the red carpet, Camila Cabello wore an off shoulder classic black gown. She came to the event with her father whom she dedicated her performance. 

(Photograph:AFP)

Billy Porter

Billy Porter always knows how to grab eyeballs with his red carpet looks. The actor-comedian wore a blue swarovski embellished overall and his dramatic head gear made heads turn. 

(Photograph:AFP)

Billie Eilish

Billie Eilish -- who won the Grammy for Best Pop Vocal Album for her studio debut "when we all fall asleep, where do we go?" -- was in head-to-toe custom black and lime green Gucci, and sneakers.

(Photograph:AFP)

BTS

South Korean band BTS, which performed at the awards night, chose a dapper look for the red carpet as they all wore long coats and formals for the red carpet. 

(Photograph:AFP)

Megan Pormer

Arab Fashion Council ambassador Megan Pormer created a stir in her outfit which had a clear message for peace. The red embelished outfit had 'No war Iran' written on it. 

(Photograph:AFP)