The Cutest Couples At The 2018 Grammy Awards

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What is it about musicians as couples that's so exciting? Maybe it's because really good musicians achieve the impossible by, you know, making good music. Then, when they also happen to be in a cute relationship, it's almost unfathomable. For example, it's truly unfair that Jay-Z, one of the world's greatest rappers, is married to Beyoncé, the single greatest female pop star of all time. On top of that, musicians, unlike actors, tend to be elusive with their personal lives. They don't have to do the talk show circuit hullabaloo and, if they do, they veer away from their personal lives. (When's the last time you heard Beyoncé talk about Jay-Z?)
So, seeing musical couples together — in red carpet glam, no less — is especially exciting. The Grammy awards are one of the few instances when we get to see that! The Grammy awards coax all our favorite musicians from their hidey holes for one big celebratory night. Spouses will walk the carpet hand-in-hand, musicians will debut new significant others, and some non-romantic duos will become iconic. (We're looking at you, Cardi B. and Hennessy!)
Ahead, the cutest couples and duos from the 2018 Grammy Awards.
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Logic & Jessica Andrea

Logic, who is nominated for his song "1-800-273-8255," walked the carpet with his wife Jessica.
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Kelly Clarkson & Brandon Blackstock

Clarkson's husband, Brandon Blackstock, is a music manager.
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Cardi B & Hennessy Carolina

Name a more iconic duo. We'll wait.
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Elton John & David Furnish

Elton John and his spouse David Furnish looked appropriately festive.
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Ice T & Coco

The Law & Order: SVU standby got cozy with his wife of 16 years, Coco Austin.
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Maren Morris & Ryan Hurd

Morris, who is nominated tonight, got engaged to her country songwriter fiancé in 2017.
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Reba McEntire & Anthony “Skeeter” Lasuzzo

McEntire, the new Colonel Sanders, walked the red carpet for the first time with her boyfriend Anthony Lasuzzo.
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Thomas Rhett & Lauren Akins

Rhett, nominated for his album Life Changes, walked the carpet with his wife of six years.
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Jerry & Jessica Seinfeld

Seinfeld, nominated for his comedy album Jerry Before Seinfeld, appeared with his wife Jessica, who has written a number of cookbooks.
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Chrissy Teigen & John Legend

Teigen and Legend, always a favorite at these ceremonies, made waves on the red carpet because they talked about toilets and butts.
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Beyoncé & Jay-Z & Blue Ivy

Perhaps the most important couple of the evening, Jay-Z and Beyoncé made an impression sitting in the front row of the ceremony. (With baby Blue!)
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Alicia Keys & Swizz Beatz

Keys, who presented at the ceremony, walked the carpet to with her husband Swizz Beatz (née Kasseem Dean).
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Bruno Mars & Jessica Caban

Mars thanked his girlfriend, a model, when he accepted the award for Album of the Year.
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Kendrick Lamar & Whitney Alford

Lamar, who won several awards during the ceremony, sat with his high school sweetheart Alford.
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