It's Doja Cat's first Grammy Award Ceremony, and it looks like she couldn't hold back her excitement. Especially after receiving 3 nominations for Record of the Year, Best Pop Solo Performance, and of course, Best New Artist. To celebrate the new addition in her seemingly endless book of career highlights, the Say So singer wowed her fans and the red carpet alike. Sporting a Roberto Cavalli gown dazzled with feathers, lined with leather and a whole lot of skin.
The top half of the dress, reminiscent of a black motorcycle jacket adorned with stripes of cream and gold zippers was awe-spiring. Featuring a literal centerpiece that dropped all the way down the bottom of the jacket, which bared the front of her torso. The popstar commented on her risky style saying "I'm just really excited about this because I like something that's like kind of out there," during the Live from E!: Grammy Awards pre-show. "I feel like I've been pretty toned down lately, but this is like something I've always wanted to do," she also added.
When asked about her look, Doja's makeup artist Ernesto Casillas revealed their intentions, saying how they wanted an "element of rock and roll." He also said that "since it's the Grammys, it's not a time to play it safe," further explaining how they wanted to give off daring vibes, the outfit, however, didn't last very long as the rap artist quickly went to change for her performance on the Grammy stage. Fashioning a futuristic latex suit, she sang a rendition of her 2020 hit Say So, the song that got her two of her nominations. This time, the pop track was in a mechanical theme, having lasers and robotic dancers dominating the stage along with the singer.
The Grammys saw many artists flaunting their styles. Megan Thee Stallion was shot with Doja, being adorned in Dolce & Gabbana and Chopard jewelry on a floor kissing orange dress. Taylor Swift also wowed the crowd with her in-season spring flower-covered Oscar de la Renta mini dress paired with pink Christian Louboutin heels. And Billie Eilish, last year's monumental winner arrived in a patterned Gucci two-piece that may have turned a head or two her way.
The Grammys this year was in no doubt a big year not only for Doja Cat but her fans too, as she managed to give her fans endless Say So renditions. Keeping her supporters on their tippy-toes for more of her appearances, it seems like the future is bright for this singer. And we can't wait to see what next year's Grammys will hold for her!