With 21 Grammy trophies already under her belt and 9 nomination this year alone, it’s safe to say that Beyonce’s already a winner. There’s no question that the “Black Parade” singer will command the red carpet on Sunday, March 14 at Staples Center in Los Angeles, but while we wait to see what fashion statement Queen B has up her sleeve, scroll down memory lane to see every dress she’s worn since 2000.
The Destiny’s Child member shimmered in a beaded crop top and matching skirt.
Destiny’s Child costume designer (and Bey’s mama) Miss Tina Knowles designed this champagne-colored, lace paneled slip dress.
Peek-a-boo! The “Sorry” singer dared to bare in a sheer purple number.
Before her opening performance with Prince, she hit the carpet solo in a gold gown.
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Roberto Cavalli crafted her black number with gold detailing.
A pair of jeweled chandelier earrings complemented Bey’s strapless neutral-colored gown with embroidery.
Short story: This silk Giorgio Armani minidress was embellished with glittering gems.
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The Ivy Park clothing designer shimmered in an Elie Saab gown in her favorite color, blue.
During her Sasha Fierce era, the “If I Were a Boy” singer hit the carpet in a zippered and embroidered Stephane Rolland number … along with hair tinsel.
Though she didn’t walk the carpet, Beyonce stole the show inside the theater with her sparkly black shorts and matching blazer (with no bra).
Hot pants! Instead of a gown, Mrs. Carter showed off her long legs (and round derriere!) in a black and white Osman Studio jumpsuit.
After performing “Drunk In Love” with husband Jay Z, she changed into a white lace Michael Costello number.
Her plunging black Proenza Schouler was covered with sparkling beads.
Here comes the bride? She presented a trophy for Record of the Year in an Inbal Dror wedding gown.
Beyonce flaunted her baby bump – she was expecting twins Rumi and Sir – in a sparkling, plunging red sequined gown by Peter Dundas.