Swedish-American actress and singer stunned crowds at the 1975 Grammy Awards with her spectacular gown. The star from Bye Bye Birdie and Carnal Knowledge arrived at the ceremony wearing a gold sequined dress with a slit up to her thigh.
Another hot feature of the attire was the diamond-shaped opening in the upper area, showing quite a bit of cleavage. However, the fact that it was closed with an elegant pin right below the neck gave the dress a classy look. Ann-Margret wore a dark brown fur coat to match her dress.
Yoko Ono and John Lennon – 1975
Lovebirds John Lennon and Yoko Ono attended the 1975 Grammy Awards in style. But even though this was back in the 1970s, their looks can be seen today. The ex-Beatle wore a white blouse and a black suit, with a flower brooch and the name ‘Elvis’ stitched above it.
Yoko Ono didn’t go through too much trouble when it came to picking an outfit, choosing a light grey slip dress, a feathered shawl, a small vintage bag, and a beautiful green gem necklace with black details.
Bette Midler and Stevie Wonder – 1975
Even though Bette Midler was one of the fashion stars of the night, the real winner of the 17th Annual Grammy Awards was Stevie Wonder. He took home four awards that night and wore a denim patchwork suit in style.
Bette Midler decided she would dress accordingly, literally taking the music motif straight to her head. She wore a vinyl record as a hair accessory, which actually looked great. In addition, Midler wore a sleek black gown adorned with two sequined silver, red and black flowers.
Dolly Parton - 1977
The Hollywood Palladium shone brighter for the 1977 Grammy Awards thanks to the one and only Dolly Parton. A symbol of American country music, actress, philanthropist, and just all-around beloved diva, Dolly wore a bright pink jumpsuit adorned with shiny beads all around.
She basically created her own fashion style – cowboy chic. Paired with her signature big blonde curls gave Dolly a perfect look. Even though she lost the Country Vocal Performance Award to Emmylou Harris, Dolly was the center of attention. Parties are just more fun when the Yeehaw Queen is around.
Crystal Gayle – 1978
It seems talent runs in the family, as Crystal Gayle, Loretta Lynn’s younger sister, was also a famous country music star. Gayle topped the charts with her 1977 hit, “Don’t It Make My Brown Eyes Blue,” for which she won a Grammy Award in 1978.
For the special occasion, Gayle wore a gorgeous, white layered strapped gown that was both elegantly sensual and classy. The country singer’s black, shiny long hair and shadowy makeup were a great contrast. Not to mention Gayle’s piercing blue eyes.