DJ Havana Brown
Just because there isn't an actual event, doesn't mean one can't dress up.
DJ Havana Brown oozed sex appeal in this stunning red gown for the red carpet at home.
Last time she hit the ARIAs red carpet, Jess Mauboy glammed up with her fiancé Themeli Magripilis.
But this year, the Little Things singer plonked herself on the couch with her comfy slippers on and a glass of wine in hand - nailed it!
Now that's what we call a face mask!
Songstress GRAACE is going for gold in the beauty department, and though we love her colourful frock, we're more jealous of that packet of chips next to her.
She's nominated for Best Female Artist, Best Pop Release and Best Australian Live Act but what about best dressed?
Amy Shark's comfy chic look with a personalised bathrobe and shower cap is a COVID mood.
Tones and I
The Dance Monkey megastar won big at last year's event and made a statement in a lime green trench coat whilst doing so.
For 2020, though, Tones and I opted for a tie-dye orange tracksuit and a pink face mask to match her hair. All whilst riding a bike around her house.
Best Soul/RnB release nominee Tash Sultana is known for her down-to-earth music and style so the at-home ARIAs is the perfect occasion to keep it casual.
Plus, her dog is the perfect award show date. Please bring your pooch to next year's ceremony, Tash.
Leggings, comfy shoes and a dog cuddled up next to you on the couch - what's not to love?
Kate Ceberano is really getting into the spirit of this year's award show, but brought a touch of glamour with her heart-shaped sunnies.
Fresh off his stint on The Masked Singer, Isaiah is kicking back for the ARIA Awards 2020.
With his snuggly bathrobe over the top of his smart trousers, he is clearly taking that smart-casual dress code seriously.
The Australian Idol alum always manages to bring the swag, even when there isn't an official red carpet.
We're not sure if that's a bathrobe or a legit jacket either.
Jess and Matt
We love a red carpet couple and Jess and Matt are bringing the love.
The married musicians dressed up accordingly and went full glam for the virtual event.