It was grim last night, people. It was so grim that for the first time in the recorded history of GBU, "Good" actually includes "okay," and involves some serious grade inflation.

The Good: Precious Few Fine Fashions At The Grammys

Lea Michele's kicky little number was one of the few out-and-out "Goods" of the night, IMO.


The Good: Precious Few Fine Fashions At The Grammys

Mya was a Harlow-esque exercise in glam.


The Good: Precious Few Fine Fashions At The Grammys

Melody Thornton also works the slink.


The Good: Precious Few Fine Fashions At The Grammys

And if you must do the Barbie-Mermaid and shuffle all night, make it as pretty as Keri Hilson's.


The Good: Precious Few Fine Fashions At The Grammys

Sheryl Crow skews a tad "sand people," but hey, we needed a little elegance (and coverage.)


The Good: Precious Few Fine Fashions At The Grammys

Jane Zhang's white felt both modern and sweet.


The Good: Precious Few Fine Fashions At The Grammys

One thing you gotta say for Kathy Griffin: she takes her responsibilities as a diva seriously.


The Good: Precious Few Fine Fashions At The Grammys

This is kind of a new spin for Jennifer Hudson; I dig the sharp lines as a means to show off curves. You?


The Good: Precious Few Fine Fashions At The Grammys

Okay here's where it gets dicey: I have a feeling Kristen Bell's moderately interesting neck-detailed muumuu is being helped by the curve,


The Good: Precious Few Fine Fashions At The Grammys

Ditto Nicole Kidman's rather severe sexy 19th Century widow-wear.


The Good: Precious Few Fine Fashions At The Grammys

As to Fergie's mini, if that panel is indeed suede, well, that changes things somewhat... and not in a good way.


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