It’s the ARIAS. It’s Australian music’s night of nights. You go big or you go home. And last night's show was no exception.
It kicked off with the red carpet, with stars from Jessica Mauboy in a dramatic Romance Was Born gown, to Montaigne using her red carpet moment to make a political statement, with “People Over Profit” emblazoned on her chest in between the plunging neckline of her floral gown.
But then Tove Lo stepped on to the ruby rug and everybody did a double take. The Swedish singer was rocking a sheer orange dress – with a uterus and ovaries printed on the front.
"A vagina... or a p**sy… whatever you want to call it," she described it to Yahoo7 on the red carpet.
"I’m from Sweden where we don’t really censor at all… you’ve just got to say what it is," she added.
Then inside the show it was The Veronica’s, Lisa and Jess Origliasso who took things to the next level when they took to the stage to perform their hit song, ‘In My Blood’.
Forget glitter lips, the sisters went topless bar a thick layer of red glitter to cover their modesty, dividing opinion with their risqué look.
Unfortunately the surprise look didn’t go exactly according to plan, as a technical glitch meant they had to perform the song - and their dramatic costume reveal- twice.
The pair admitted they were “loose cannons” adding that it was “incredibly brave of the ARIAs to invite us here tonight”.
"We're the loose cannons of the industry, little unpredictable and slightly unprofessional at times. We promise to be on our best behaviour," they added.
Most fans seemed to love the bold look- but no one more so than Jess' girlfriend, Ruby Rose.
Then there was Kylie Minogue, who made a surprise appearance with fiancé Jonathan Sasse, and unlike years past where she has dazzled in designer gowns, the songstress paired things back this year, instead opting to send an important message.
The pair donned “Say ‘I Do’ Down Under” t-shirts and matching blazers and took to the stage delivering a powerful speech.
"It's Josh's first time in Sydney," she told the crowd. "We are here to introduce a shining light in there Australian music industry, but we are also here to say thank you to everyone who supported Josh's campaign for equality."
Sasse launched the ‘Say I Do Down Under Campaign’ in October to join the fight to legalise same sex marriage here in Australia.
"Thank you sweetheart," replied Josh. "This is more than just a movement. This is people's lives, and we want to say to every single member of the LGBT community - you are not alone.
"You have a voice. If we all stand together, we can bring Australia back on the right side of history and make 2017 the year that we all say, 'I do', down under."