Tonight is the induction ceremony of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, taking place at the Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse in Cleveland, Ohio. We’ve ranked the red carpet looks from worst to best — see who takes the top spot of the night!
Opting for a suit, Susanna Hoffs pairs it with a hot pink satin blouse. Maybe she's saving her best look for the night that the Bangles get into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, which -- hopefully -- will come in the next few years.
Better in leather: the duo rock different leather finishes, with Somar opting for patent, while Heart's Steve goes for a more muted finish.
Louise Goffin's (left) dress is nice and elegant, with a fur coat draped over her arm, as well as Sherry Goffin (on the right) with a lace gown. Inductee Carole King (center) went for checkered Vans, sticking out like a sore thumb next to the other two ladies. But hey, it's her big night - she's being inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame for the second time (she was inducted in 1990 as one-half of the Gerry Goffin/Carole King songwriting team, with her ex-husband, Gerry Goffin).
Questlove once again hits the red carpet with Crocs. Though not gold this time, he has spikes coming out from the side -- which is pretty metal. He's seen here with music industry executive Jay Hudson.
On trend with a leather dress, Mickey Guyton is representing for country music at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
62-year-old Jimmy Jam giving us all the flair as he tips his hat in style, sporting his signature look.
"The Black Godfather" looking quite dapper at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
Another woman in a suit, Brandi Carlile looks ravishing in all red.
Cedric's hat color is perfect for the fall season. His accessories elevate a simple all-black outfit.
Every other member of the Foo Fighters looks pretty safe and basic in black tees and jeans, but guitarist Pat Smear sticks out amongst the group in the best way with his funky punk leather jacket.
The leather jacket is EVERYTHING. The turtleneck pattern, not so much. Regardless, a well done outfit for suitable for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
Jane Wiedlin (left) looks like the coolest plaid punk fairy, while Kathy Valentine (center) rocks out in a red mixed-medium dress. We don't know why Belinda Carlisle (right) thought jeans under her dress added anything to her ensemble, but as a whole, the group looks great. And after how long the Rock Hall took to induct the ladies, hell, they can wear what they want.
Looking flawless in her oversized sequined lilac dress, H.E.R. brings it up a notch with her fierce, sparkling leather boots.
The Vice President of Curatorial Affairs and Chief Curator of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Nwaka Onwusa came out to play! In the perfect hue of green, her white shoes and jacket compliment her outfit so well.
The queen that is Angela Bassett can hardly do wrong in my eyes, giving fierce glam in a black beaded sequined number. She's at the Rock Hall to speak about Tina Turner, who she played in the 1993 Tina Turner biopic, "What's Love Got To Do With It?"