Miley Cyrus leaves fans divided over choice of shoes worn on red carpet for the Grammys
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Ever since we all tuned into the 66th Annual Grammy Awards over the weekend, people have been racing to social media to give their two cents on all the celeb's performances, viral moments and outfits.
That is, of course, the icon that is Miley Cyrus.
While many people have already been speculating over the alleged 'snubbing' of her father Billy Ray Cyrus during her acceptance speech after winning the 'Record of the Year' award, and a small detail about her bodyguard, the latest sees Miley leaving fans utterly divided over her choice of shoes worn on red carpet for the prestigious occasion.
The 31-year-old 'Flowers' chart-topper donned a stunning gold beaded and tasseled custom Maison Margiela dress that was designed exclusively for her by John Galliano.
It took a staggering 675 hours to make and included 14,000 safety pins alongside an 80s style down-do and some matching gold velvet split-toe Margiela Tabi heels.
Some people clearly loved the ensemble, with one X user praising: "OH MY GOD MILEY CYRUS THE GODDESS YOU ARE!"
"Maison Margiela dress AND Tabi shoes!" gushed a second, while a third said: "Everything is perfect from the HAIR to the dress to the shoes! Miley Cyrus did NOT come to play!"
"I’d definitely wear that on stage, no question," " gushed a fourth. "She did look fabulous!"
A fifth added: "You look so stunning queen! Your shoes are amazing!"
Others, however, weren't so sure, with one person writing: "I am usually a fan of big hair but not this big hair.
"It feels like a windblown mess. I'm not crazy about her dress either but the Grammys is where you'd wear gold netting and call it a dress.
"Her shoes do not go."
A second penned: "Love the dress. The shoes and hair though..."
"The shoes are a mess," slammed a third while a fourth piped up: "Miley Cyrus dons Tabi shoes, but do they look like hooves?"
A final Twitter user added: "The dress was amazing. The shoes didn't fare as well to me, but I know nothing about fashion so take that with all the salt."
What do you make of the shoes?