The "Let The Light In" singer is up for five awards, including album and record of the year.
Lana Del Rey doesn’t need a “Candy Necklace” to serve up a sweet red carpet look.
As always, the “A&W” singer, 38, arrived on the red carpet at the 2024 Grammys in a head-turning look on Sunday.
She wore a sweet floral black dress with puff sleeves and a perfectly coquette bow in her hair. She accessorized with little black gloves — with more bows! — a black handbag and Fred Leighton jewels. The singer had even more bows on her heels, really leaning into the current trend.
Del Rey couldn't resist posing for photos on the red carpet with Taylor Swift before heading inside for the ceremony, either — and who could blame her?
The “Summertime Sadness” singer is up for five awards at this year’s Grammys, bringing her total career nominations to 11.
For her album, Did You Know That There's A Tunnel Under Ocean Blvd, Del Rey is up for best alternative music album, as well as the coveted album of the year award.
For her song, “A&W,” the Ultraviolence songstress is nominated for best alternative music performance and song of the year, and for her Jon Batiste collaboration, “Candy Necklace,” she is up for best pop duo/group performance.
Del Rey has worn several stunning red carpet looks at the award show since her Grammys debut in 2014, but she garnered the most attention for her 2020 gown — for an unconventional reason.
On the carpet, Del Rey revealed that her dress — a sparkling silver gown with a keyhole cutout neckline — was not only a “last-minute” look, but one she purchased at the mall.
While chatting with Entertainment Tonight, she said, “I had another dress and then my boyfriend and I were getting a belt for him at the mall and I saw this and I loved it.”
“So, this is a last-minute dress.” she said of the Aidan Mattox gown. “I tailored it right there [gesturing to her sides]… So, you know, a little mix and match. … We’re making it all work.”
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