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Justin and Hailey Bieber Attend 2022 GRAMMYs After Her Health Scare

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Justin and Hailey Bieber stepped out on Sunday at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas for the 64th annual GRAMMY Awards.

The spouses only had eyes for each other as they walked the red carpet together, even sharing a kiss at one point.For the special event, Hailey opted for a cream strapless gown, and Justin sported an oversized grey suit, which he paired with a white T-shirt.

The latter Bieber accessorized his look with a pink beanie, black sunglasses and platform shoes.The 28-year-old singer is nominated for a total of eight awards this year, including Record of the Year, Album of the Year, and Song of the Year for his hit, «Peaches.» Prior to this year's show, Justin has won two GRAMMYs out of a total of 14 nominations.

He last attended the ceremony in 2016. Justin is also set to perform «Peaches» with Daniel Caesar and Giveon during the show.

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