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At the 2022 Grammys on Sunday, April 3, the fashion didn’t stop once the red carpet was rolled up.

In fact, for some of the evening’s best-dressed names — like Megan Thee Stallion, Tiffany Haddish and Lady Gaga — one great getup simply wasn’t enough.

Ahead, see all the outfit changes you may have missed during music’s biggest night, from stellar performance styles to awesome afterparty looks.

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Megan Thee Stallion

After taking a walk on the wild side in animal-print Roberto Cavalli on the red carpet, the “Thot S–t” hitmaker changed into an equally sexy black cutout creation from Mônot. Later in the evening, she had a matching moment with Dua Lipa in a safety-pinned, slit-up-to-there Versace dress styled with latex leggings.

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Lady Gaga

Gaga stole our hearts in a gaggle of Old Hollywood-inspired outfits on Grammys night, kicking things off in black-and-white Armani Privé paired with blinding Tiffany & Co. jewels. To perform a solo mashup of her duets with Tony Bennett, she donned a bow-bedecked Elie Saab Haute Couture gown in a pretty shade of robin’s egg blue, followed by a feathery mint frock from Topo Studio — the label designed by her sister, Natali Germanotta — for the rest of the ceremony.

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Saweetie

Talk about a quick change! Halfway through the red carpet, the “Best Friend” rapper swapped her hot pink Valentino Haute Couture two-piece look for a glam Oscar de la Renta gown with a voluminous bubble skirt. And for the ceremony, she slipped into a nude embellished number by Etro with sexy side cutouts.

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Doja Cat

The “Say So” songstress started out her night in a sheer, shimmering Atelier Versace gown in mint green, later switching it for a sparkling blush halter dress from the same fashion house. She even traded her platinum blond locks for a darker ‘do for look No. 2!

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Olivia Rodrigo

From prom queen to pop-punk princess: The first-time Grammy winner graced the carpet in a trompe l’oeil Vivienne Westwood gown teamed with opera gloves and two chokers, and later performed her hit tune “Drivers License” in a white ruffled Givenchy mini styled with Wolford fishnets, combat boots — and even more chokers.

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Carrie Underwood

After walking the red carpet in a gold Dolce & Gabbana gown with a dramatic full skirt, the country crooner changed into a short and sparkly LBD from the fashion house. Then, to perform her song “Ghost Story” during the ceremony, she flaunted her famous legs in a purple Afffair frock with a billowing cape.

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Lenny Kravitz

Leave it to Lenny to rock out in three different leather looks in one night. After hitting the carpet in second-skin pants paired with one of Natalia Fedner’s signature metal mesh creations — a caped halter top, to be precise — the “Fly Away” crooner took the stage in a custom bronze leather Chrome Hearts jumpsuit topped with a metal shoulder piece, also by Fedner. He ended the evening in a black satin blazer and his trusty leather trousers, this time styled with tall leopard-print boots for a dose of extra drama.

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Chrissy Teigen

The “Cravings” cookbook author brought big Barbie energy to the red carpet in bright pink Nicole + Felicia Couture; once inside, she swapped her strapless ballgown for a sexy, shimmering George Hobeika Couture design with feathery sleeves in the same hot hue.

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Tiffany Haddish

She ready — to party, that is. After sparkling on the red carpet in rose gold sequined Prada, the “Girls Trip” star suited up in orange Dolce & Gabbana to celebrate post-show.

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H.E.R.

Icons honoring icons! After channeling Aretha Franklin in a yellow embellished Dundas jumpsuit with winged sleeves, the musician nodded to Prince in a sparkling purple suit from the label. During the ceremony, she was also spotted in a long black T-shirt dress emblazoned with the words “Rebel Soul.”

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Cynthia Erivo

The ever-stylish entertainer selected two likeminded Louis Vuitton looks for the Grammys: a silver sequined gown with a slit skirt and draped sleeves for the red carpet, and a black embellished jumpsuit featuring similar details for her performance honoring Stephen Sondheim.

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Leslie Odom Jr.

Joining Erivo for the Sondheim medley was the “Hamilton” favorite, who changed out of his knotted Dior Men jacket and gray pants and into a sunny yellow double-breasted suit by Michael Kors Collection before taking the stage.

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Rachel Zegler

The “West Side Story” star also sang during the salute to Sondheim, dressed in a vibrant red Zuhair Murad design. Prior to her performance, she swanned across the red carpet in an off-the-shoulder gray tulle gown from Dior Haute Couture.

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Jon Batiste

The night’s biggest winner — who took home five trophies in total, including Album of the Year — had almost as many outfits planned for the evening. After hitting the red carpet in a harlequin-patterned sequined suit by Dolce & Gabbana, he performed in a dramatic cloak layered over a pale blue metallic suit from the Italian label. At night’s end, the multitalented musician celebrated in an Alexander McQueen cape dripping with chandelier-style crystals.

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Lil Nas X

But nobody could top the “Montero” rapper’s five — count ’em, five outfit changes, all created in collaboration with Balmain. After dazzling in a white pearl-encrusted ensemble on the carpet, the style star incorporated a trio of looks into his performance, including an embellished military-style suit, a blinged-out crop top and a logo-printed cape. A black suit with gold armor-like details closed out his fashion parade.

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