Besides the performances and who actually takes the winning Grammy award home, what matters the most in music’s biggest night is what celebrities are wearing on the red carpet! From left to right, Ciara shows off her pregnant figure in a custom made Emilio Pucci gown, Beyonce graced the carpet in Michael Costello as did Tamar Braxton and Ashanti in Dar Sara.
Beyonce (Yonce) in Michael Costello.
Chrisette Michele in a patterned Etro suit while Paula Patton graced the red carpet in a zebra print dress.
Two couples that looked marvelous on the red carpet were Wiz Khailfa (Saint Laurant) and Amber Rose and John Legend (Gucci) and wife Chrissy Teigen.
Fantasia and Faith Evans.
Kevin Hart and girlfriend Eniko and Jamie Foxx and his daughter.
Miguel and date.
Who were your best and worst dressed on the red carpet?
“Most intellects do not believe in god but they fear us just the same” –Erykah Badu
I’m sure I’m not the only person that has had many conversations with highly intelligent people only to realize that their belief in God and religion is non-existent. Over the years, most intellectual people that I cross paths with challenge my belief in God and Christianity and we spend many days and nights having debates about what we believe in. Keep in mind, I said “most”, because I’m sure there are intellectual people who do have faith, but most of the ones I run across don’t. Instead, I’ve been told that God is imaginary and man-made while science and evolution are hard core facts that can be proven with evidence. I noticed that while highly intelligent people don’t believe in The Bible, they do know every chapter and scripture from front to back and can quote everything in it. I believe this is only because they like to be informed on everything from under the sun not because they just love The Bible oh so much. Is it safe to say that there’s a disconnection between intelligence and religion? If so, I wonder why?
Just the same, religion has also been taken out of the school systems. The word God can no longer be used in the classroom and most schools don’t say the pledge of allegiance anymore as they once did it every morning when I was growing up. I can only conclude that they don’t say it anymore because of “One Nation under God”. That gives me the perception of “in order to gain knowledge you have to lose faith”. You are gaining knowledge when you go to school right? But in the same token they don’t want you to be taught faith. So are they saying faith and knowledge don’t mix? While I respect everyone’s individuality and opinion, I’ll continue to live by these words: “I’d rather live my life as if there is a God, only to die and find out that there isn’t than to live my life as if there isn’t a God only to die and find out that there is”.