Megan Thee Stallion embraced her wild facet for her next-ever Grammys.
The Sweetest Pie rapper walked the pink carpet in a skintight a single-shoulder gown by Roberto Cavalli. The intense costume attributes gold trim at the neckline, a hip-substantial slit with a gold stud decoration, and dual animal prints—a leopard pattern on the outer fabric and an ombré zebra pattern on the inside.
Meg finished the seem with black stiletto sandals, thick gold bangles, and significant snake earrings, although putting on slicked-straight hair and an intensive winged smoky eye.
The 27-yr-previous rapper has experienced a standout 12 months given that she took residence 3 awards at previous year’s Grammys. She followed up her debut album Fantastic News with the solitary “Thot Sh*t,” which dealt with conservative criticism to her tunes by a strong tunes movie. (The music is nominated for Best Rap Effectiveness tonight.) She also built a lifelong personal accomplishment: graduating with a bachelor’s diploma in overall health administration very last December.
Although the “Savage” rapper isn’t scheduled to execute tonight, she did make her debut on an additional rarefied awards phase very last weekend. Megan gave the to start with female rap functionality in the historical past of the Academy Awards, joining the forged of Encanto for a remixed effectiveness of the Disney hit “We Don’t Chat About Bruno.” She even experienced a sweet interaction with an additional star in the course of her rap, which incorporated the lyrics, “Stars everywhere / I need to see Oscar, Zendaya above there.”
Her lyrics also bundled a mention of her individual Oscar aspirations, with the lines, “Believe I’mma make it, I’m comin’ for that gold / You can add it to my shelf, Academy Award.” The rapper’s now taken her initial steps towards the filmmaking award, announcing her exclusive initial-seem deal with Netflix on tv shows and other initiatives final December.
“Megan is a multitalented innovative pressure who has persistently produced her mark on lifestyle,” Tracey Pakosta, head of comedy at Netflix, stated at the time. “She’s usually escalating and evolving as an artist, and we’re thrilled that she’s building a property at Netflix for this future chapter in her journey.”
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