Entity wonders what Grammy nominees will be wearing on February 12.

ENTITY predicts what the top fashionistas at the upcoming Grammy Awards might turn up in.

1 The Queen: Beyonce Gets 9 Grammy Nominations

Beyonce at the TIDAL X concert, 2016. Photo by Stephen Lovekin/REX/Shutterstock

Beyonce at the TIDAL X concert, 2016. Photo by Stephen Lovekin/REX/Shutterstock

Queen Bey is the queen of the Grammys with the most noms for 2017 (9 to be exact) and a total of 62 nominations and 20 wins lifetime. So she’s got every right to dress like a proverbial winner. She’s got a wide range of red carpet looks, which range from lacy to racy and very sheer. Being that she is the queen, we expect her to absolutely outdo herself this year – and everyone else, too. How much sexier can she go? Given that Rihanna will be there too, we anticipate a showdown. 

2 The Flamboyant: Rihanna Gets 8 Grammy Nominations

Rihanna at the Grammy Awards, 2015. Photo by Broadimage/REX/Shutterstock

Rihanna at the Grammy Awards, 2015. Photo by Broadimage/REX/Shutterstock

Rihanna’s known for her increasingly outlandish looks – like this pink “cupcake” Giambattista Valli couture voluminous confection or her yellow Met Ball Chinese gown with a mile-long train and butter colored fur – and she’s capable of going half naked, too. Our bet: Her Grammy gown won’t be yellow – or pink. But she will probably wear Dior couture, as she’s still Dior’s celebrity staple and it would give Dior a chance to preview the new collection by its first female couturier in history – Valentino’s Maria Grazia Chuiri.

3 The Diva: Adele Gets Eight Grammy Nominations

Adele at the Grammy Awards, 2013. Photo by Jim Smeal/BEI/BEI/Shutterstock

Adele at the Grammy Awards, 2013. Photo by Jim Smeal/BEI/BEI/Shutterstock

The British diva extraordinaire is nominated opposite Beyoncé in several categories. While the media’s calling it a throwdown between music’s top female artists, when it comes to fashion, Adele is in her own category. She prefers demure looks, long sleeves and usually opts for black, aside from this red floral Valentino, which really stood out on the red carpet. Designers will be bending over backwards to dress her. But will she favor British brands like Burberry or McQueen?

4 The Avant Gardist: Sia

Sia at the Creators Party, 2016. Photo by Broadimage/REX/Shutterstock

Sia at the Creators Party, 2016. Photo by Broadimage/REX/Shutterstock

The indie singer/songwriter has garnered fame through her odd performances, which include modern dance, mime, a face shrouded in hair and mystery. Opting to hide her face has only brought her more attention. 

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