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Kids Recreate Celebrity Red Carpet Looks — We Die.

New York photographer Tricia Messeroux has become famous for re-creating celebrity red carpet looks on kids — and she’s done it again with the Grammys®. Her business is called Toddlewood, and together with a team of costume designers, hair and makeup artists, and a busy production crew, she transforms these little ones into mini versions of celebrities — right down to their glittering strapless dresses (Chrissy Teigen!) or mounty hat (Pharrell!). Take a look at her most recent creations of the 56th Annual Grammy® Awards.

  • Chrissy Teigen and John Legend 1 of 9
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    The best-dressed couple of the night! I love how Tricia even got the height difference right with little Chrissy a tad taller than little John. The replica of Chrissy's stunning Johanna Johnson dress and John's Gucci tux is incredible. 

  • Katy Perry 2 of 9
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    A mini Katy in a mini Valentino Couture gown!

  • David and Madonna 3 of 9
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    The attitude is perfect. Mini Madonna and son in matching Ralph Lauren suits.

     

     

  • Pharrell Williams 4 of 9
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    How adorable is this kid in Pharrell's dressed-down outfit? The hat is EXACTLY the same. 

  • Robin Thicke and Paula Patton 5 of 9
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    Paula made worst-dressed lists with her Zebra-print Nicolas Jebran dress, but mini Paula and Robin look fantastic. 

     

  • Taylor Swift 6 of 9
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    Little Taylor sparkles in her version of big Taylor's chainmail Gucci column.

     

  • Miguel 7 of 9
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    He even has the facial scruff! Mini miguel rocks a version of the same Saint Laurent patent leather pants and boots.

     

  • Giuliana Rancic 8 of 9
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    Little Giuliana looks completely comfortable in her version of the stunning Alex Perry halter dress. 

     

  • Cindy Lauper 9 of 9
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    From the outfit to the body language — mini Cindy rocks it. 

Photo credit: Toddlewood

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