Best Dressed Couples at the 2020 Grammys
The 62nd annual Grammy Awards, held on Jan. 26 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, highlighted today’s best up-and-coming stars — several of which are female. Lizzo, H.E.R., Maggie Rogers, Billie Eilish and Lana Del Rey were just a few that received nominations.
And not even 24 hours after the death of Kobe Bryant, stars were paying tribute to the basketball great throughout the night, including a touching performance by Alicia Keys and Boyz II Men. Performances by DJ Khaled, John Legend, Kirk Franklin, Meek Mill, Roddy Ricch and YG also paid tribute to the late rapper Nipsey Hussle, who died in March.
While the awards show was certainly one for the books, our favorite celebrity couples and families stood out by either performing together at the show or walking the red carpet beforehand in the cutest way possible. Just see for yourself.
Anwar Hadid and Dua Lipa
Musician Dua Lipa hit the red carpet with her new boyfriend (as of July).
Anwar Hadid is a fashion model, taking after his model sister, Gigi, who introduced the couple.
Heidi Klum and Tom Kaulitz
Model Heidi Klum and her musician husband Tom Kaulitz got married last year in Italy.
Tom and Bill Kaulitz
Tom also took a moment with his brother, Bill — both of which are in the German pop-rock band, Tokio Hotel.
Chrissy Teigen and John Legend
This dynamic duo is always entertaining on the red carpet after more than a decade together.
Legend earned yet another Grammy with DJ Khaled and the late Nipsey Hussle.
Finneas O'Connell and Claudia Sulewski
Finneas O'Connell had lots to celebrate last night alongside his girlfriend, Claudia Sulewski.
The 22-year-old musician won big alongside sister, Billie Eilish, with whom he helps produce and write songs while also playing guitar in her band.
Finneas O'Connell and Billie Eilish
The brother and sister were all smiles after essentially sweeping the awards show.
Eilish became the second artist (and first woman) in Grammy history to take home the Big Four awards: album, record, song of the year and best new artist.
Smokey and Frances Glandney Robinson
Motown star and Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Smokey Robinson married Frances Gladney in 2002.
Fun fact: They own a home in Pittsburgh that they actually use as a winery.
Brandi Carlile and Catherine Shepherd
Married since 2012, Brandi Carlile and her wife had a daughter in 2014.
As a new mother, Carlile wanted to help children in need and has done so through the Looking Out Foundation. The two continue to do lots of charity together.
Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas
These two literally sparkled on the red carpet.
They got married in late 2018 in a rather lavish affair that included two ceremonies in India.
Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner
Joe Jonas married "Game of Thrones" Sophie Turner last summer.
Following in the family footsteps, the two were legally wed in Las Vegas in May but then had a second, more formal celebration in France a few months later.
Kevin and Danielle Jonas
Kevin Jonas has been married to his wife for more than a decade, and they have two children together.
They shared a goofy moment together dancing on the red carpet.
The Jonas Brothers
Of course, all three Jonas brothers walked the red carpet in preparation for their performance at the awards show.
Jennifer and Joshua Scruggs
Songwriter Joshua Scruggs, whose work was seen on Khalid's "American Teen" album, attended the show with his wife, Jennifer.
Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton
These two are getting much cozier on the red carpet after dating for about five years now ever since meeting on "The Voice."
Anderson .Paak, Jae Lin and Soul Rasheed
Anderson .Paak, alongside his wife, Jae Lin, was one of many stars who walked the red carpet with their children.
.Paak won the award for Best R&B Album.
James Blake and Jameela Jamil
Blake and Jamil had a little fun after the show on Twitter, posting images of themselves crying about his loss for Best Alternative Music Album.
Alongside the photos, Jamil wrote, "He didn't win. We both took it really well. @jamesblake you were and are always my winner."
Gary Clark Jr. and Nicole Trunfio
One person who did win big on Sunday night was Gary Clark Jr. He won for Best Contemporary Blues Album, Best Rock Performance as well as Best Rock Song.
He attended the show with his wife, Nicole Trunfio, who is currently pregnant with their third child.
Adam and Michelle Kath Sinclair
Scottish actor Adam Sinclair married into music royalty. Michelle Kath is not only the daughter of Terry Kath, a founding member of the band Chicago, but she is also the stepdaughter of actor Kiefer Sutherland.
The couple has two sons together.
Crystal and Zach Williams
Christian rock artist Zach Williams attended the show with his wife, Crystal.
Andrew and Carly Ripp
This couple was all smiles on the red carpet, as Ripp was nominated for a Grammy for a song he wrote with Zach Williams.
Colby and Maggie Wedgeworth
Record producer Colby Wedgeworth attended the show with his wife, Maggie.
David Crosby and Jan Dance
Music legend David Crosby married Jan Dance in 1987, and the two have been going strong ever since.
Interesting fact: Crosby is the biological father of Melissa Etheridge's two children with then-partner Julie Cypher via artificial insemination.
DJ Flume and Paige Elkington
These two, who haven't been together long, made headlines during the 2019 Burning Man festival after Elkington posted a rather risque video of her and her boyfriend on Instagram.
Chanel Dijon and DJ Mustard
It's been a busy year for DJ Mustard. He released his third studio album, "Perfect 10," in June.
And he and fiance, Chanel Dijon, welcomed their third child together.
Iggy Pop and Nina Alu
"Godfather of Punk" Iggy Pop married his longtime partner, Nina Alu, in 2008.
Victoria and Jason Evigan
In June 2018, these two musicians released their "Elephant Heart" project that they created together.
Quavo and Saweetie
Despite cheating rumors that spread last year, Quavo (of the hip-hop and trap music Migos trio) is still dating his girlfriend, Saweetie.
Gina Alice Redlinger and Lang Lang
These two popular concert pianists tied the knot last summer.
Lisa Padilla and Jimmy Jam
Legendary music producer Jimmy Jam attended the awards show with his wife of more than 20 years.
The two have three children together.
Sean Larkin and Lana Del Rey
Lana Del Rey and her cop boyfriend, Sean Larkin, made their red carpet debut.
Ariana Grande, Joan Grande and Edward Butera
Ariana Grande certainly dressed to impress with her beautiful chiffon gown.
She was all smiles on the red carpet alongside her parents.
Chris and Royalty Brown
Chris Brown attended the show with his adorable daughter, Royalty.
Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne
One of the most dynamic rock couples, Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne have been married since 1982.
They presented the award for Best Rap/Sung Performance — rather fitting since Mr. Osbourne was featured on a Post Malone track last year.
Ozzy and Kelly Osbourne
Osbourne was also seen walking the red carpet before the show with his spunky daughter, Kelly.
Rebecca and Megan Lovell
The two sisters from Larkin Poe were nominated for Best Contemporary Blues Album.
"Venom & Faith," their fourth studio album, reached No. 1 on the Billboard blues album chart in late 2018.
Geraldine and Shaun Ross
Model and recording artist Shaun Ross walked the red carpet with his mother, Geraldine.
The Jonas Brothers
The Jonas Brothers performed "What a Man Gotta Do" at the Grammys — which was so rockin' that mini fireworks went off at the end of their act.
And, as if they weren't family-oriented enough, the trio's wives all starred in the music video for the same song.
Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton
Stefani and Shelton's quite emotional performance of "Nobody But You" at the awards show received some pretty strong reactions.
Cardi B and Offset
On Jan. 25, Cardi B and Offset attended the Clive Davis 2020 Pre-Grammy Gala.
These two reunited with a bang last year after announcing a split in late 2018.
Jessie J and Channing Tatum
After a break, these two announced that they're officially back together, which became very apparent as they cozied up on the pre-Grammy gala red carpet.
Kirsten Corley and Chance the Rapper
Chance the Rapper and his longtime girlfriend, Kirsten Corley, got married last year and also welcomed a new baby girl last fall.
The two have one other child together, Kensli Bennett, who was born in September 2015.
Claudinette and Wyclef Jean
Rapper Wyclef Jean and his wife, Claudinette, have been married since 1994, but they renewed their vows in August 2009.
Simone Smith and LL Cool J
These two are still going strong after more than 25 years together.