Céline Dion Slayed In Zuhair Murad At This Week’s Grammys
Plus, see the best of the rest on the Grammy and BAFTA red carpets…
One of her best-selling albums was The Colour of My Love, but we most definitely love Céline Dion in emerald green.
The Canadian songstress made many a best-dressed list at the 2017 Grammy Awards, held in Los Angeles on Sunday night.
The My Heart Will Go On star chose a glimmering, mermaidy gown by Lebanese-born designer Zuhair Murad for the 59th annual awards, which featured quite the power shoulder and a daringly deep neckline.
With her slicked-back pony, matching stilettos, and hand-on-hip pose, this is quite possibly Dion’s fiercest red-carpet look to date.
It was the singer’s first Grammy Awards in seven years, and she revealed on the red carpet that she’s had a tough 12 months following the death of her husband René Angélil.
“There’s days when I feel that it’s been three years, and there’s days that I feel it’s not happening,” she told Entertainment Tonight host Nancy O’Dell. “He’s always with me, and I know that he’s very proud that we’re back in the industry.”
Dion is currently working on a new English-language album and a world tour, as well as continuing her residency at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas.
She wasn’t the only star to rock Zuhair Murad on the night either…
Country crooner Faith Hill donned a scarlet floor-length number by the Middle Eastern label.
With a demure high twisted neck and leg-flashing split, the There You’ll Be singer proved a real head-turner (especially with those perfectly undone waves).
And what were the other stars wearing on the night? Here’s the best of the rest…
Adele in Givenchy
Jennifer Lopez in Ralph & Russo
Kat Graham in Jean Paul Gaultier
Solange Knowles in Gucci
— solange knowles (@solangeknowles) February 13, 2017
Katy Perry in Tom Ford
The Grammys weren’t the only awards last night either…
The British Academy Film Awards (aka the BAFTAs) took place in London on Sunday evening, and plenty of A-listers turned out for the event.
La La Land dominated the night, with the modern-day musical taking home Best Film and a Best Actress gong for Emma Stone.
While no actress donned a gown by Zuhair, Elie Saab and co, there were some spectacular dresses on show.
Here are our favourites from the 70th annual awards…
The Duchess of Cambridge in Alexander McQueen
Emma Stone in Chanel
— Emma Stone Web (@EmmaStoneWeb) February 13, 2017
Emily Blunt in Alexander McQueen
Michelle Williams in Louis Vuitton
Penelope Cruz in Versace
Viola Davis in Jenny Packham
Sophie Turner in Louis Vuitton