What are the Grammy Awards without a few wardrobe malfunctions?
Despite a strict dress code issued by CBS to prevent any incidental wardrobe malfunctions on the red carpet, several celebrities attended the Grammy Awards 2013 ceremony Sunday night in revealing outfits.
CBS, the broadcaster of the Grammy Awards 2013, had released a wardrobe directive asking celebrities to avoid wearing see-through material, thong-type costumes and outfits that expose private body parts.
Singer and actress Jennifer Lopez's black Anthony Vaccarello dress with its huge slit gave a complete view of her right thigh. Katy Perry's outfit gave a good view of her cleavage, while Kelly Rowland revealed lots of skin through her see-through striped gown.
Rihanna and Alicia Keys almost ended up showing too much of skin, which some may choose to call as wardrobe malfunction.
In a tribute to reggae legend Bob Marley, Rihanna performed the classic song, "Could You Be Loved" with the Marley's sons. She sang beautifully but her top that barely covered her twin assets threatened to expose her lower boobs every time she raised the microphone.
Alicia Keys too suffered wardrobe malfunction while performing the song, "Daylight" and "Girl on Fire" with Maroon 5. Her see-through tops exposed her lower boobs.
Hosted by LL Cool J, the 55th Annual Grammy Awards ceremony had some of the biggest names in the music industry performing on stage. Among those giving out electrifying stage performances were Miranda Lambert, Dierks Bentley, Rihanna, Mumford & Sons, Black Keys, New Orleans, Alicia Keys, Adam Levine, Bruno Mars and Kelly Clarkson.
British band Mumford & Sons took home the "Album of the Year" award for "Babel" at the 55th annual Grammy Awards ceremony. The Black Keys' singer Dan Auerbach walked away with five trophies, including producer of the year award.