Never not keeping up! The brother-sister duo went full Hollywood for the 2011 Grammy Awards.
Fresh off the series conclusion to Hannah Montana, a then-18-year-old Miley strutted the red carpet to prove she "Can't Be Tamed."
Givenchy designed the hip-hop queen's statement-making ensemble for her Grammys debut.
The late actress and her Glee co-stars were nominated for two Grammys in 2011.
At the time, this former country music power couple was just months away from tying the knot. Blake and Miranda would announce their divorce in 2015.
Ready to feel old? The tween superstar nabbed his first Grammy nods in 2011 for Best New Artist and Best Pop Vocal Album.
Ah, to be young and in love! Legend took home three Grammys that night, including Best R&B Album.
Yes, that's the pop superstar making her Grammys entrance in an egg. Gaga said she spent 72 hours inside the eccentric vessel in preparation of her "Born This Way" performance.
It simply wouldn't be a red carpet without an appearance from these A-listers.
The music superstar claimed her status as a fashion icon in this daring Jean Paul Gaultier design.
Riding the wave of Willow's breakout hit "Whip My Hair," the Smith family showed up and showed out at the 2011 Grammys.
The former Disney darling exuded elegance in this gold J. Mendel gown.
Not only did the pop star wear angel wings on the red carpet, she brought her then-husband and grandma as plus-ones to the event.
The "Goodies" songstress perfected the art of mid 2000s fashion in this bedazzled dress with cutouts.
Only months before they'd go their separate ways in July 2011, the artists presented the Grammy for Record of the Year to country group Lady A.
And the Grammy for most unexpected photo opp goes to...
While the rapper lost the Grammy for Best New Artist to Esperanza Spalding, a decade later he's still one of the biggest names in music.
Fresh-faced, yet still just as fierce. Ari brought her brother to her very first Grammy Awards.
Jersey Shore's resident "meatball" brought GTL to the red carpet.
The singer won his first, but certainly not his last, Grammy in 2011. In the 10 years since, Bruno's been awarded 11 Grammys in total.