At the Grammy Awards, artists often elevate their fashion to new heights, and this year's event is no exception.

Among those who captured attention was a masked individual, seen posing alongside Kelly Osbourne on the red carpet. So, who exactly is the mysterious man behind the mask at the Grammys?

The masked man beside Kelly Osbourne on the Grammy Awards red carpet is none other than Sid Wilson, the turntablist for Slipknot, and also Osbourne's boyfriend. This event marked their first public appearance as a couple, which took place on February 4th in Los Angeles. They have a son named Sidney, who was born last year.

In addition to posing with Osbourne on the red carpet, Wilson also took photos with his bandmates, all of whom sported Gotham-inspired masks at the awards ceremony.

The other Slipknot members donning masks at the Grammys were Michael Pfaff, Shawn Crahan, and Alessandro Venturella.

The group is nominated in the Best Metal Performance category for their song "Hive Mind."

As per the Grammys website, Slipknot has received 11 nominations and has won one Grammy Award.

Regarding Osbourne and Wilson, although they have known each other for years, they made their relationship public in early 2022.

"In February 2022, Osbourne expressed on Instagram, 'After 23 years of friendship, I can’t believe where we have ended up! You are my best friend, my soulmate, and I am so deeply in love with you, Sidney George Wilson,'" Osbourne wrote.

The 2024 Grammys, hosted by comedian and former "Daily Show" host Trevor Noah for the fourth consecutive year, are airing live from the Arena in Los Angeles at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT. Viewers can tune in on CBS and various streaming platforms.

SZA leads the pack with nine nominations, while other notable nominees include Taylor Swift, Phoebe Bridgers, Olivia Rodrigo, Victoria Monet, and more. Performances by Dua Lipa, Luke Combs, Joni Mitchell, and others are set to captivate audiences.

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