Lizzo leads Grammy Awards red carpet arrivals in angelic white gown

The Grammy Awards 2020 is the biggest night of the music calendar and the red carpet never dissapoints.

Ahead of the 62nd annual bash, the biggest and brightest stars in the industry are arriving in force at Los Angeles' Staples Center in all their fashionable glory.

Leading the pack is Lizzo, who is the most nominated star of tonight's ceremony with a total of eight nods.

The Juice singer sashayed down the red carpet in an angelic white floorlength gown that was set off with a luxurious white fur stole and diamond jewerelly.

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The singer, 31, made the most of her incredible curves in the gown which featured a built in corset and a daring thigh high split.

Lizzo is nominated in several major categories including New Artist, Best Album and Best Song for Truth Hurts.

Former child star JoJo was also in attendance at the bash dressed in a revealing grey number.

The Too Little Too Late hitmaker made the most of her incredible figure in the strapless gown that featured a flattering cinched in waist.

Actress Jameela Jamil also cut an elegant figure as she arrived in support of her musician boyfriend James Blake.

The Good Life actress' quirky dress gave a flash of her leg thanks to a transparent panel on her flowing skirt.

While James also showed off his style credentials with his oversized patterned suit.

Some celebs opted to make a statement with their entrances.

America singer Joy Villa arrived in a red ensemble that showed her support for President Donald Trump.

Wearing her feelings on her dress, Joy's outfit spelt out the word 'TRUMP 2020' in huge capital letters.

Fellow American singer Ricky Rebel also made a very cheeky statement with his Grammys outfit.

The activist arrived wearing leather chaps and a thong with the words 'Impeach this' written in ink on his buttocks.

British star Lewis Capaldi, who is nominated for Song of the Year with Someone You Loved, made a typically low key entrance.

The Scottish star wore a simple black jacket and jeans with a white top and trainers.

Despite his casual attire, Lewis looked more than happy to be at the star-studded bash and gave a thumbs up to cameras ahead of the ceremony.

Ozzy Osbourne walked the red caper with a cane, just days after speaking out about his Parkinson's diagnosis.

The Black Sabbath star told fans he was suffering terrible nerve pain that started when he fell over at home last year and underwent surgery.

His daughter Kelly turned out to support her dad at the event.

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