This Year’s Grammy Gift Bags Were Chock Full of a Whopping $30,000 Worth of Product

The 62nd Annual Grammy Awards took place Sunday, January 26, and all of the stars went home with swag bags valued at nearly $30K. Each year, celebrities get to take home jam-packed gift bags filled to the brim with ultra-luxe beauty, fashion, home decor, electronics, wellness treats — you name it. These gift bags are notoriously pricey when it comes to their collective value — they’ve been known to be worth the sum of more than a couple down payments on a brand new car.

Of course, I love watching The Grammys and getting to see my favorite artists perform (and, obviously what they’re wearing to the music’s biggest event of the year), but I’ll admit that as a self-professed product junkie, I get equally as excited to find out what will be included in these highly-curated gift bags that the stars will get to go home with. I mean, even if this year’s top attendees don’t leave the show with a gilded Grammy in tow, at least they won’t walk out empty-handed, right?

We were lucky enough to get a sneak peek at the products that this year’s hottest nominees and performers, from Lizzo to Arianna Grande, will be gifted with The Grammy Awards 2020 — and as per usual, we’re definitely impressed by the assortment. As you can probably imagine, these gift bags aren’t just a random selection of carelessly-compiled freebies — I mean, they need to impress A-listers. In fact, there is even a Gift Bag committee that helps source and curate the bags’ contents to make sure they’re on par with celebrity-standards. If you’re just as nosy as I am, I’ve compiled a list of some of the best (and affordable) gifts all your favorite Grammy attendees took home with them on Sunday.

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This story was originally published on STYLECASTER

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