She's nominated for three awards at this year's ceremony
Doja Cat has done it again.
The star shut down the red carpet at the 2024 Grammy Awards when she showed up wearing a sheer corset dress that left little to the imagination. Her nipple-baring design hugged all her curves, and the musician accessorized with bright red heels and bold black glasses.
Doja Cat, 28, is nominated for best pop solo performance for "Paint the Town Red," best melodic rap performance for "Attention" and best rap song for "Attention" at this year's award show. The artist has a career total of 19 nominations under her belt and has taken home one trophy: She won for best pop duo/group performance for "Kiss Me More" alongside SZA in 2022.
Doja Cat is no stranger to a showstopping look. At last year's Grammys, the artist nailed her dominatrix-style look in a vinyl Versace gown. The body-hugging gown included a train, the iconic Versace twist on the shoulder and an open back. She completed her vinyl look with matching vinyl gloves.
Doja Cat also wore large black earrings and rocked dramatically dark makeup to complement her dominatrix-style look. Her black eyeliner had the most dramatic — and sharp wing — but was slightly softened with a bit of shimmer.
At the 2022 awards show, she wore another Versace look, though this one was decidedly more dreamy. To walk the red carpet (and before taking home her first-ever Grammy), she wore a pastel mint off-the-shoulder gown, which was embroidered with crystals layered over a matching mint corset bodysuit.
It was her bag that stole the show, though. She carried a glass Coperni bag on her arm for the night. The sleek design featured a round construction with a small opening. Rather than carrying lip gloss, Doja filled the purse with candy wrapped in shiny gold packaging. Attached to the bag was a sparkling JBL speaker.
She did that!
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