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Click through to check out the most daring, revealing and just plain out there looks in the history of the Grammy Awards. We suspect some of these ladies had a little something to do with CBS' new dress code regulations...
Jennifer Lopez's Down-to-There Versace, 2000
Arguably the most iconic Grammys look of all time, this ultra-plunging tropical print gown made Versace a household name and rocketed J.Lo into the style star stratosphere. It's been 14 years, and we're still talking about this one.
Christina Aguilera's Billions of Braids, 2001
More than anything, we just want to know how long this hairstyle took to happen.
Lil' Kim's Biker Chick Moment, 2002
Much as I want—no, need—that Chanel helmet in my life, I'm going to have to call this one a moto no-no.
Destiny's Child Girls in Green, 2001
Boy, do I miss the days when Beyoncé's mom Tina Knowles dressed the three "children of destiny" in matching ensembles.
The TLC Track Pant Trio, 1996
Speaking of dynamic girl groups, only Left Eye could make a Dr. Suess hat and chain wallet look this awesome.
M.I.A.'s Polka-Dotted Pregnancy Ensemble, 2009
What not to expect when you're expecting.
Britney's Bejeweled Crop Top, 2000
I Dream of Britney Jean-nie, anyone? As a sidenote, the pop star only wore this to Clive Davis' pre-Grammy party and later changed into something quite pretty for the actual red carpet—but still, it's certainly worthy of our list.
Rihanna's Revealing Ruffles, 2011
Aww, it's like a bunch of little white censor bars all over her body!
Pink Gets Taped, 2010
Look on the bright side—at least she didn't use duct tape. Yowza.
Nicki Minaj Does Little Red Riding Hood, 2012
Only an artist as fearless as Nicki would accessorize her Grammys look with…a pope.
Toni Braxton's Toga Party For One, 2001
The sort of thing Game of Thrones' Daenerys Targaryen might wear on date night—but, like, with bottoms.
Mary J. Blige Is a Lady in Leopard, 1996
Just call her Meow-y J. Blige.
Madonna's Geisha Getup, 1999
Reportedly inspired by Memoirs of a Geisha, Madge wore this crimson Jean Paul Gaultier couture kimono while performing "Nothing Really Matters." Props for coordinating her drink to her dress…?
Which Came First: Gaga Or the Egg?, 2011
After being carried into the Grammys, Gaga eventually "hatched" onstage while performing—what else?—"Born This Way."
Katy Perry's Winged Wonder, 2011
The voice of an angel deserves wings to match, I suppose.
Foxy Brown's Extra-Bra-Ganza, 2003
When plunging necklines attack.