45 per cent of Yahoo Canada readers thought this was the best look from the Grammys

Yahoo Canada readers named Lady Gaga as best dressed of the night. (Getty Images)

The votes are in and Yahoo Canada readers have declared their winner for the best dressed at the 2019 Grammy awards!

Lady Gaga continued her red carpet reign, with 45 per cent of readers choosing her ’80s-inspired Celine gown the best look of the evening.

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The pop star wowed on the red carpet in nearly 100 carats of diamonds from Tiffany & Co, and was positively glittering as she picked up three awards, two for her work in “A Star Is Born” and one for her solo album, “Joanne.”

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Coming in second place with 17 per cent of the vote was Miley Cyrus with her edgy menswear inspired-suit by Mugler. The oversized blazer and plunging V-neck let the newlywed’s natural beauty take centre stage.

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While artists often use the Grammys red carpet to take fashion risks, there were several stars whose looks fell flat.

With 32 per cent of the vote, Cardi B was dubbed the worst dressed of the night in her vintage Mugler ensemble.

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Despite her outlandish outfit, one Yahoo reader praised the rapper for her stand-out look saying, “I think I like Cardi B’s the best! It’s so outrageous that it’s actually kinda cool. Champagne cup anyone? It’s obviously tongue-in-cheek, a la Bjorn’s swan dress. At least it’s original! Brave girl!”

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Following closely behind in second place with 30 per cent of the vote for worst dressed was Kylie Jenner. The makeup mogul and reality star donned a high-fashion Balmain jumpsuit that didn’t quite translate from the runway to the red carpet.

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