CLEVELAND -- The Red Carpet was red hot tonight! The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees, presenters and music legends strolled down the red carpet, making their way into Public Hall for the induction ceremony and exclusive performances.
Hundreds of rock fans lined the red carpet earlier tonight just hoping to catch a glimpse of their favorite rock stars. They braved the wind and the rain for hours, but in the end, it was all worth it.
Hot heels, miniskirts and designer duds graced the red carpet for the 27th Annual Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction ceremony Saturday night.
Photos: Rock Hall Induction red carpet
It was just about 5 o'clock when punk/funk legend George Clinton and his posse rolled up in his rocket mobile to the red carpet, kicking off a night of endless star sightings and killer performances.
Clinton says he always loved Cleveland, and reminisces about the days he played Public Hall. Clinton says he can't wait to see the Red Hot Chili Peppers, since they're all "P-Funk" family, he says.
Growing up in Detroit, the world's most beloved heavy metal entertainer Alice Cooper says, rock and roll belongs in the Midwest.
Cooper came decked out in Varvatos and his stunning wife in Versace. Her shoes are famous too. They were worn by Michelle Pheiffer in the movie Dark Shadows which features Cooper.
Cooper says the Burton movie embraces the movie makers signature style, funny and scary at the same time.
Actor David Arquette, 2011 Inductee and Performer Darlene Love and Wand King stopped by to chat with us too.
Wanda King came to watch her father the late Freddie King be inducted into Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and be recognized as a blues legend forever.