Style, resplendence bedazzle Grammy awards night

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Combo image of (L to R) US rapper Cardi B (Photo: Instagram), Ricky Kej (Photo: Twitter), Samara Joy (Photo: AFP), pop superstar Beyonce (Photo: Reuters).

It has been a spectacle of flamboyance and swag at the 65th edition of the Grammy Awards that was held at the Los Angeles Convention Centre on Sunday. From Beyonce to Lizzo to Ricki Kej all appeared in the best of ensembles, essaying exuberant style statements.

At the award front at Grammy, pop superstar Beyonce broke the record for most career wins. The singer picked up four Grammys, including best dance/electronic album for "Renaissance, bringing her career total to 32. That surpassed the lifetime wins by late classical conductor Georg Solti.

Beyonce accepts the award for Best Dance/Electronic Music Album for "Renaissance" during the 65th Annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles, California. Photo: Reuters/Mario Anzuoni

Taylor Swift and Bad Bunny posing for photo op was a treat to watch for music and fashion enthusiasts.

Music composer Ricky Kej looked his best at the award ceremony.

Cardi B slew with killer looks at the award ceremony.

Harry Styles in glitter jumpsuits lighted up the stage.

Jennifer Lopez swaggered the ramp exuding elegance.

Lizzo in Dolce & Gabbana ensemble created a festive splash.

Meanwhile, U S first lady Jill Biden attended Grammy Awards as a presenter. The Grammys had announced the lineup of those presenting at the award show, a list that includes rapper Cardi B, pop sensation Olivia Rodrigo, actor Dwayne Johnson, actress Viola Davis, 'When Harry Met Sally' star Billy Crystal, comedian James Corden and Canadian pop artist Shania Twain.

First lady Jill Biden
First lady Jill Biden speaks during a Lunar New Year reception in the East Room of the White House in Washington in, January. Photo: Reuters/Evelyn Hockstein

Like other awards shows, the Grammys have seen their television audience decline in recent years. Last year's ceremony drew roughly 9 million viewers, the second-smallest on record.

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