CeeLo Green, whether intentional or not, has become the (literal) gold star from tonight's red carpet at the 59th Grammy Awards (Feb. 12).
The Grammy Award-winning musician tremendously stood out from the crowd, straying very far from the black tie dress code we typically are treated to on the red carpet.
While at least one source has identified the inspiration behind Green's all-gold get-up, saying his look is for a new character he's going to be introducing, called "Gnarly Davidson," many have taken to Twitter to figure out what exactly CeeLo Green is thinking with this fashion statement.
Take a look at 15 different reactions from fans processing CeeLo Green's strikingly unique Grammy style below.
I edited Ceelo Green into the background of pics of Trump in his apartment and holy shit 😂😂😂 pic.twitter.com/VurY7DMJ1w— Jesse McLaren (@McJesse) February 13, 2017
what you WON'T hear in the media: cee lo green met with trump and he turned him into gold now he must live his life like this pic.twitter.com/dzGM4flyx5— Aaron Edwards (@aaronmedwards) February 13, 2017
Cee-Lo showed up looking like an angry Ferrero Rocher. pic.twitter.com/bNMf8s9HRv— ItsTheReal (@itsthereal) February 13, 2017
Cee Lo Green looks like Track 3 from Watch The Throne pic.twitter.com/nQWQD6uSe7— Jrue-Tang Forever (@SteadyLosing) February 13, 2017
cee lo green is still recovering from his tragic accident from his Samsung device pic.twitter.com/BBxYb176aO— rudeboy (@amaniaIex) February 13, 2017
why does ceelo green look like he's about to announce his role in the next avengers pic.twitter.com/M56rCIvifZ— Common White Girl (@girlposts) February 13, 2017
Ceelo green is extra but I love it lol pic.twitter.com/T5jRbF6R3q— Maya Jama (@MayaJama) February 13, 2017
When Ceelo sees how many memes he's in pic.twitter.com/v67AoyRD3S— Isabelle Churan (@bellechuran) February 13, 2017
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