Taylor Swift and Selena Gomez appeared together on the red carpet of the 58th edition of the Grammy Awards and were inseparable showing once again their great friendship.
Swift did not hesitate to show her toned abs in a red and pink Versace which she paired with Lorraine Schwartz jewelry, while Gomez was glamorous in her Calvin Klein blue sequin gown.
Those who appeared on Monday equally elegant were Ariana Grande with her red Romona Keveza, Britain’s Adele with long-sleeved black gown, and the singer Ciara with an ultra- revealing Alexandre Vauthier which accentuated her shape perfectly.
Other stunning appearances were those of Kacey Musgraves, Demi Lovato, Ellie Goulding, Bella Hadid, Florence Welch, Lady Gaga, Zendaya, Chrissy Teigen and Tori Kelly.
All of them marched down a red carpet where most of the artists already knew in advance if they had won the awards they aspired for or not, as in a previous ceremony the winners in 75 categories were revealed.
This was the case of the singer Alex Cuba, nominated in the field of best Latin pop album (he lost to Ricky Martin) and the group La Cuneta Son Machin, aspiring for the best Latin rock album (the winners were Natalia Lafourcade and Pitbull).
“I am more than satisfied and honored to come here,” the Cuban-Canadian artist Alex Cuba told MLM “The nomination is a great push and another test and I did not lose time.
Now I will think of my next steps and hopefully I will return here with the next album,” he added.
While Augusto Mejia, La Cuneta Son Machin guitarist, explained to MLM that it is the first time that a Nicaraguan musical group reaches this far and as such, they were happy to represent their culture and tradition.
“For young people in Nicaragua it has been a great prize. All of this is seen as something far-fetched there, thus it has been an enormous boost for the country’s culture,” he said.
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