The Grammys celebrated 60 years of music and those who make it on Sunday night (January 28). That's 60 years of honoring the music industry's finest, 60 years of epic performances, and 60 years of couples turning music's big night into date night.
This year, some of music's hottest couples hit the red carpet — and backstage — at the 2018 Grammys. From internet faves John Legend and Chrissy Teigen to Logic and Jessica Andrea, who most definitely turned the red carpet into a senior prom photo booth, here are some of our favorite dazzling duos from the Grammys:
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The couple's baby boy didn't have a ticket, but don't worry, mom snuck him in just fine.
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Did any couple have more fun on the red carpet? The answer is no.
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OK, so maybe Cardi B and her little sister had just as much fun. The E! Red Carpet Glambot was practically invented for Cardi B.
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In matching red suits and Gucci kicks!
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The Royal Family sat front row at the Grammys — where they rightfully belong — but it was Blue Ivy, 6, who stole the show.
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Fonsi's record-breaking, mega-hit "Despacito" may have lost in all of its three categories on Grammy night, but with his wife, model Agueda Lopez, by his side, is the Puerto Rican singer ever really losing?
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The country couple are engaged — and that's their height difference with Morris in heels.
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Cyrus's fiancé Liam Hemsworth couldn't make it, so the Younger Now singer turned Grammy night into a mother-daughter date night, Lady Bird style. But it was her picture-perfect posing with designer Zac Posen backstage — he designed the elegant fuchsia ballgown she wore during her tender performance with Sir Elton John — that sent cameras a-shuttering.
Lady Gaga and fiancé Christian CarinoGetty Images
Mother Monster didn't walk the carpet with her beau, but she did embrace him backstage after her angelic performance.
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No, K.Dot and Ri are not dating, but that doesn't stop us from fantasizing about the possibility. Notice how, when accepting the Grammy for Best Rap/Sung Performance for "LOYALTY," Lamar actually gave Rihanna the stage to speak. That's how it's done, fellas.
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TBH, Bruno and his seven Grammys had the best night.