All eyes were on the red carpet fashion trends as the 2014 MTV EMAs kicked off in Glasgow, marking the show's first return to Scotland since the 2003 ceremony in Edinburgh.
Paying tribute to Scotland, actor David Hasselhoff and rapper Redfoo, donned on tartan kilts, while Nicki Minaj poured out a wardrobe of outfits.
Here's a look at fashion hits and misses from tonight's musical extravaganza.
Ariana Grande gave her hair a break from her usual high ponytail and carried a rather grown-up style on the carpet. Grande chose a cleavage revealing black gown with cutouts.
British fashion model Jourdan Dunn looked stunning in both of her daring, plunging neckline dresses tonight.
Vicky Pattison got it right from her sparkly high-neckline dress to her hair and smokey eyes.
Irish television presenter Laura Whitmore's silky top nicely complemented her shiny, glamorous skirt. Whitmore balanced it well with smokey eyes and gold accessories.
British singer Alesha Dixon looked stunning in a printed shirt-dress and sexy cutout booties with her violet lips sealing her spot in our top picks of the night.
Alicia Keys looked elegant in her silver sparkly dress and natural mommy glow.
And onto the misses.
We think Canadian singer and songwriter Kiesza took feather accessories to the next level with her multicolored feather dress that reminded us of rainforests and birds.
Redfoo was dressed for ...? Not sure exactly.
US actress Jena Malone was surely, not, dressed for the occasion in a boring, navy tweed dress.
US actor David Hasslehoff (R) and Hayley Roberts. While we can pass off Roberts, really not sure what Hasslehoff is on about. In one word, he looked 'odd'.
British soul singer Tallia Storm bombed her fashion sense taking outrageous to the next level. Nothing fits, from her bow to her gravity defying hair.
British singer Charli XCX donned a bad mix of shine and feathers, and black and white.
Since Nicki Minaj brought a whole wardrobe tonight, we decided to grant her a slot of her own.
Here's presenting Nicki Minaj at the MTV EMAs 2014.