The 2024 Grammys were on Sunday, and all-black was a major trend.
Miley Cyrus wore a black bodysuit to accept the award for best solo pop performance.
There were also all-black outfits from stars like Lenny Kravitz, Will.i.am, and Lana Del Rey.
The 2024 Grammy Awards took place on Sunday evening, and wearing all black was a notable trend.
The biggest names in music descended on the Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles for the ceremony.
Trevor Noah hosted for the fourth year in a row, and the ceremony included performances from Billie Eilish, Miley Cyrus, Billy Joel, and Joni Mitchell.
Eye-catching outfits were everywhere, including many following an all-black trend for the red carpet and onstage.
Those outfits ranged from suits, to daring looks with leather and mesh.
Here are 14 celebrities rocking the all-black look at the 2024 Grammys.
Lana del Rey's wore sheer gloves with her flowery black dress.
Miley Cyrus wore a glittery black bodysuit to accept the award for best solo pop performance.
Although he didn't walk the red carpet, Jay-Z kept things simple for the ceremony with a black suit and open shirt.
Will.i.am mixed his all-black outfit up with a helmet, hoodie, and suit jacket.
Mark Ronson wore a black suit with a low neckline. His wife, the actor Grace Gummer, was in a sleek black dress.
Oprah Winfrey wore a shiny black dress for her tribute speech to the late Tina Turner.
Lionel Richie wore a black suit with a dragonfly embroidered across the jacket.
He did have a white shirt underneath, admittedly.
Host Trevor Noah wore a black, leopard-print jacket during the show.
Janelle Monáe's floor-length dress had a silver trim.
Billy Joel and Alexis Roderick matched each other with a black-and-silver theme.
Bebe Rexha had a flowing sheer wrap with her black dress.
Lenny Kravitz sported a leather-and-mesh look for the red carpet.
Finneas wore a black shirt and trousers, contrasting with Billie Eilish's "Barbie" jacket.
Paris Jackson covered up all her tattoos for her chic black dress.
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