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Fashion Police :: 2002 Grammy Awards

Fashion Police :: 2002 Grammy Awards - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 1 Star Rating)

Alicia won Grammys but lost in the fashion category. U2 looked cool, as usual and Lady Marmalade flashed us one more time. Heres Kidzworlds take on the fashion hits and misses at the 2002 Grammy Awards.

Here's Kidzworld's take on the fashion hits and misses at the 2002 Grammy Awards held at Staples Center in Los Angeles, California.

HITS

1U2. These guys have got the shabby rocker look down to an art form. They throw jeans, Ts and leather on and manage to look cool without looking glam or goofy. That's pretty cool considering they are probably your dad's age. Bono's trademark sunglasses complete the look.

1 Pat Monohan, lead singer of Train. This dude gave a good performance of Drops of Jupitor and he looked great doing it. He wore a cool, long black coat (with leopard print inside), faded jeans and a loose, white, collared shirt. The only thing slightly off was his overly pointy boots and his figure skating moves. What was up with that?!

MISSES

1 Alicia Keys. The jazzy diva who likes to experiment on the piano was obviously experimenting with her fashion at this year's Grammy Awards. Alicia walked the red carpet and accepted her first award in some Indian inspired green chiffon... thing. It wasn't quite a Sari, not quite a scarf. It was a nice color but wearing it with a white tank top (that looks like a man's undershirt) and jeans was definitely a big mistake. Her second outfit was Spanish inspired and relatively okay looking. But her make-up still made her look like a drag queen.

1 Britney Spears. When she first sauntered on to stage with Matthew Perry of Friends, I thought I was watching a rerun of the 80s soap Dynasty. Brit's hair was crazy-big and curly. Either she forgot her Herbal Essence that day or she had just gone for a joyride in that convertible from Crossroads. Either way, bad look for Brit. And the dress was total 80s too - way too grown-up and boring for the girl who usually wears skin colored spandex.

1 Is anybody else really, really sick of seeing the Lady Marmalade chicks in their undies all the time? And Christina Aguilera, Pink, Mia and Lil' Kim aren't even wearing nice looking lingerie - it's total skank-wear!
Do you agree? your opinions on the 2002 Grammy fashions.

1I think britney's hair was cute. Her dress was a little adultish. U2's outfit was so ugly! And Aaliyah should have won a Grammy!
Kidz Submit By:
Nickname: ushermybaby
Age: 10

1 Ya, I totally agreee!!!!!

Kidz Submit By:

Nickname: blulishous
Age: 12

1 I think that it was cool, but it was not all that because it was not all hip-hop and R&B. Plus, I didn't see Romeo and Lil Bow Wow or Imx or B2k cause I'm a big fan of theirs.

KIdz Submit By:

Nickname:girlsrthecools
Age: 15

1 Well, about Britney's outfit... It seemed like she was between the ages of 27-32! That look SO doesn't go for her.

KIdz Submit By:

Nickname: IJcomet2002
Age: 11

1 Her hair was ugly! But the dress was okay.

Kidz Submit By:

Nickname: ash_lee
Age: 14

1 Don't hate on the black people. You are just mad cuz you weren't in the Grammy Awards so you don't hate and you need to take that off. If you have something to say, say it to the people who made the Grammy's and the singers you were talking about on your web.

Kidz Sumbit By:

Nickname: ???
Age: ???

1 B2k should have won all the awards they needed to and they need to do a tribute to Lisa and Aaliyah. And another thing, what's up with the surfboards?

Kidz Sumbit By:

Nickname: fizziezgurl1126
Age: 11

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