Grammy Looks: Glam or Slam?

Without a doubt, Beyoncé was the golden girl of the 2004 Grammys. Along with taking home five statues (including best female R&B vocal performance for Dangerously in Love), she stole the show on the red carpet in chartreuse silk and onstage in a hot pink minidress. Read on to see who else hit high notes, and who fell flat.

MARY J. BLIGE: SLAM

Usually a red-carpet queen, Blige (a Grammy winner for best pop collaboration with vocals for "Whenever I Say Your Name," with Sting) hit a sour note in this glaring sequined cocktail dress, fur jacket and green stilettos.