In the days leading up to the 2018 Grammy Awards, Voices in Entertainment — a group of women working across the music industry — encouraged attendees of the ceremony to further the message of Time's Up by wearing a white rose on the red carpet of the big event. Rita Ora, Halsey, Dua Lipa, and more either committed to sporting roses to the Grammys, or offered their support from afar.
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Lady Gaga's white rose popped thanks to the dark and dramatic backdrop of her lacy, Khaleesi-worthy look.
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Zack Morris would definitely be a fan of Drew Taggart and Alex Pall's charming tuxes.
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More like "Havana ooh-la-LA" thanks to this satiny scarlet number and a fist full of white rosebuds!
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Cardirella was the picture of grace from the future thanks to the edgy cut of her gauzy bodice — and an up-do perfect for a princess, too.
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Nothing business casual about Kendrick's ensemble at all.
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Look up "ethereal" in the dictionary tomorrow and we'd be shocked if SZA in this breathtaking, feather-flocked dress didn't redefine the word.
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No, that's not Kylie Jenner — but Bebe Rexha's Grammy look, from the platinum bob to the glittery neutral of the gown, is one the beauty mogul would certainly approve of.
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Jonas went with a more casual look with rose-bearing blazer over a simple black tee.
She opted to accessorize with a long-stemmed white rose while muggin' for the paparazzi.
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Lime green formal turtleneck FOR. THE. WIN. Definitely a fitting fit for a Best New Artist contender.
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Ora proudly showed off her rose, which she called "a peaceful, beautiful show of support," and a vintage glam vibe.