Ariana Grande steals the show and our hearts at the Grammys in custom-made, massive tulle gown gown

Red Carpet fun is back! Hollywood’s greatest melodic occasion, the 62nd yearly Grammy grants, has turned out and numerous auteurs have begun to stroll down the honorary pathway in all elegance and style.

The Grammy grants are not just about music, it is likewise one of the most paid special mind to honorary pathway occasions, where music stars plunge in their best outfits.

Ariana Grande captured everyone’s attention in a tulle dress and blonde braid at the 2020 Grammy Awards — yet she appeared to be unquestionably progressively eager to see her friends and individual chosen people.

The 26-year-old pop star, who was selected for five honors this year, was captured grasping huge numbers of her kindred artists at the 62nd yearly function on Sunday.

 

She enthusiastically approached Billie Eilish on an honorary pathway, based on photographs posted by Entertainment Tonight. The two vocalists shared a sweet embrace, to the enjoyment of numerous fans.

 

The God Is A Woman artist shook up in a uniquely crafted Giambattista Valli outfit, for the greatest night in music.

The US pop star shocked in the 20-feet in length dark number, blending the outfit with long dim gloves.

The Breakup With Your Girlfriend star additionally wore her mark high pigtail as she presented on the honorary pathway.

The” NASA” singer introduced with Tyler, the Creator, whose critically acclaimed” Igor” is up for best rap record.

Grande was shining with all the rapper’s arm around her.

Grande likewise excitedly grasped Lil Nas X, seeming to adulate his pink cowhand outfit.

Grande, Eilish, and Lil Nas X are altogether designated for collection of the year, for “Say thanks to U, Next,” “When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?” and “7,” individually.

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