The "Suit & Tie" singer looked dapper as he represented his hit song in a black and white tuxedo, classic bow tie and loafers. Timberlake is set to perform tonight.
Drake opted for a classic look at the Grammys, choosing a navy and black jacket paired with black pants and a bow tie.
Adam Levine, whose band Maroon 5 is nominated for both Best Pop Vocal Album and Best Pop Duo/Group Performance, looked cool in a black on black tuxedo. "Performance is going to be EPIC. And I kinda really wanna win one. Ok? Just one will be fine," Levine Tweeted before the show.
John Mayer went non-traditional, pairing his classic black trousers with an indigo velvet tuxedo jacket and a coordinating patterned bow tie.
Musicians Jack Antonoff, Nate Ruess, and Andrew Dost of Fun. each looked dapper in classic suit choices accompanied with skinny ties.
Frank Ocean, who was nominated for six awards including Best New Artist, chose a navy bomber jacket and matching pants for his big night.
LL Cool J
Host LL Cool J arrived on the red carpet wearing one of his trademark hats, a white tux jacket, and black bow tie.
Neil Patrick Harris
Presenter Neil Patrick Harris arrived with David Burtka in a grey and navy three piece suit.
"I'm wearing Saint Laurent from head to toe," the singer explained. He completed his red-carpet look with a fedora and gray-rimmed shades.
Trey Songz, who is nominated for his songwriting in the Best R&B song category, switched up the classic black tuxedo with a leopard print jacket.
Miguel, who is nominated for Song of the Year for "Adorn," looked stylish in a white blazer and matching pants. The singer accessorized his look with studded sneakers.
Rapper and producer Pharrell Williams, who posed for pictures with fiance Helen Lasichanh, amped up his textured black tuxedo with a vibrant teal bow tie.