Lizzo’s Grammys look divides the internet: ‘Why is she dressed like a blood clot?’
Lizzo’s eye-catching ensemble choice at the 65th Grammy Awards on Sunday has fans divided as they shared their views on social media.
The “Juice” singer looked radiant on the red carpet outside the Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles as she stepped out in an orange Dolce & Gabbana dress which she paired with a matching cape.
Her dress, which was a lighter orange hue, was made up of a corset bodice and featured white vertical stripes, while her coral-colored cape was adorned with an explosion of floral patterns that were clustered at the top and scattered around. everywhere.
Making sure she stayed on theme down to the smallest detail, the Michigan-born star, who was born Melissa Viviane Jefferson, sported orange eyeshadow and blush, along with a tangerine manicure. She completed her look with sheer orange gloves and a pair of chunky diamond rings.
She was joined on the red carpet by her boyfriend Myke Wright, who cut a dapper figure in a black tuxedo.
When images of Lizzo’s look were shared on social media shortly after her arrival, a number of Twitter users shared their opinions.
Responding to Variety‘s video of the musician entering the room before the award ceremony, a writing: “Why is she dressed like a blood clot?”
While the set drew a similar wave of comments, many seemed impressed with its look.
Some Twitter users called her “stunning” and “iconic”, while one fan declared: “Lizzo is honestly one of the best dressed celebrities.”
“She always gives the most beautiful high fashion looks and I love seeing it,” another commented Lizzo style.
Another had a funnier take on the whole thing, tweeting that if people are “squinting up close [I’m] under the dress giving her a hug.”
Lizzo showed off her outfit in a variety of photos shared on her Instagram account ahead of the ceremony.
“🌺Spring awakening🌺,” she wrote alongside a slideshow of her set, while an accompanying video was captioned, “Let’s go to the Grammys🍑.”
The star has been nominated for five Grammy Awards this year for her album Special, and the single “About Damn Time”. Categories include Record of the Year, Song of the Year, Best Pop Solo Performance, Album of the Year, and Best Pop Vocal Album.
Trevor Noah, who announced in September that he was stepping down from his role on The daily showhosts the Grammy Awards for the third time.
The esteemed list of presenters at the awards includes first lady Jill Biden, rapper Cardi B, actor and host James Corden, actors Billy Crystal and Dwayne Johnson, actress Viola Davis, three-time Grammy winner Olivia Rodrigo and five-time Grammy winner Shania Twain.
Lizzo will also perform at the show, joining a previously announced roster of performers that includes Bad Bunny, Mary J. Blige, Brandi Carlile, Luke Combs, Steve Lacy, Kim Petras, Sam Smith and Harry Styles.
There will also be a star-studded In Memoriam section that will pay tribute to some members of the creative community who died last year.
The segment will feature Kacey Musgraves performing “Coal Miner’s Daughter” as a tribute to Loretta Lynn; Sheryl Crow, Mick Fleetwood and Bonnie Raitt paying tribute to Christine McVie with “Songbird”; and Maverick City Music join Quavo for “Without You,” honoring late Migos star Takeoff.