The Grammy Awards, mini-me-style

US photographer dresses children up as famous celebs to recreate the most-snapped red-carpet looks


Here’s all the glitz and the glam of the Grammy Awards – in wonderfully miniature form, as created by one very inventive US photographer and some obviously delighted kids.


Photographer Tricia Messeroux, based in New York, created Toddlewood by dressing children aged 3 to 6 years in the mini-me versions of the gowns and get-ups worn by stylish Grammy celebs, including Taylor Swift, Madonna, Pharrell Williams and Katy Perry.

Tricia started shooting pictures for her Toddlewood project in 2008 and says the children she asks to take part always enjoy themselves.

“To them it’s like a giant play date,” she says. “They get to be pampered for a day, like a real celebrity.”

She captioned this latest batch of pictures: “The 56th Annual Grammy Awards have been shrunk! Who did it? Oh… it looks like Toddlewood took over Hollywood once again! Enjoy!”

See more pictures, including a brilliant one of ‘Madonna’ with her ‘son’, in the gallery below.

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