Singers, rappers, rockers, DJs, and producers all seemed to agree that the best dates they could bring to the Grammys this year were their children.
Travis Barker with children, Landon and Alabama.
Blink-182's Travis Barker arrived with son Landon, 13, who rocked two chains, and daughter, Alabama, 11, whose rosy complexion matched her pretty pink dress. Bringing them along is somewhat of a family red carpet tradition for Travis, but perhaps you haven't seen the kids since they were babies on their reality series Meet the Barkers in 2005.
James Shaffer and daughter, Carmella Star.
Meanwhile James Shaffer, aka Munky from Korn, took his tiniest fan, daughter Carmella Star, who wore a button-down Korn shirt.
Diplo and sons, Lockett and Lazer.
DJ/producer Diplo arrived with his two handsomely-suited sons as his dates, Lockett, 6, and Lazer, 2.
French Montana on the red carpet with son, Kruz.
French Montana, who was nominated for Best Rap Song and Best Rap Performance, was accompanied by his seven-year-old son, Kruz Kharbouch. Both father and son looked dapper, but the mesmerizing detail in Kruz's gold suit may have given the youth an edge over his pop.
DJ Khaled poses with his family.
DJ Khaled's four-month-old son, Asahd, wore the teeniest tux and we almost died of cute overload.
Blue Ivy was looking fresh with her father, Jay-Z.
Luckily Blue Ivy, whose mommy-and-me style is well established, was on hand with papa Jay-Z to rescuscitate us back to life in a pink tribute to Prince's Purple Rain outfit. But what really made the ensemble was her glittery kitty purse, which dispensed candy during Beyoncé's performance.
ScHoolboy Q and his daughter sported matching pink ensembles.
Rapper ScHoolboy Q received two Grammy nominations this year, but he chose to make his evening about showing off his six-year-old daughter, Joy Hanley. She was twinning with Blue Ivy in an adorable pink Gucci pantsuit, which her father lovingly matched with a pink "Girl Power" sweatshirt. And Joy was feeling it.