Taylor Swift shows off her abs on the 2023 Grammys red carpet

Taylor Swift is back at the Grammys – and looking absolutely amazing.

The ‘Anti-Hero’ hitmaker returned to the music industry’s most prestigious awards show for 2023 after skipping last year’s show, walking the red carpet in a look that mixed elements of two of his musical eras.

Swift, 33, wore a custom Roberto Cavalli midnight blue (or “Midnights” blue, rather) look consisting of a long-sleeved turtleneck crop top — a sartorial feature of her “1989” album cycle — and a matching high waisted skirt, both covered in sparkling crystals.

She paired the bare-bellied ensemble with matching shimmering blue eye makeup, her signature red lip, a sleek bun, Giuseppe Zanotti heels and huge Lorraine Schwartz diamond-shaped earrings accented with purple stones .

The “Lavender Haze” singer is nominated in four categories this year: Song of the Year (for “All Too Well (10 Minute Version)”), Best Song Written for Visual Media (for “Carolina” from “Where the Crawdads Sing”), Best Music Video (for “All Too Well: The Short Film”) and Best Country Song (for “I Bet You Think About Me”).

While Swift released her 10th studio album, “Midnights,” in 2022, the LP missed the window for 2023 Grammys consideration; it will be eligible in 2024.

Still, her latest red carpet look is in line with the sparkly styles she’s been sporting lately as a nod to her new album’s disco aesthetic; Swift has recently appeared in “Bejeweled” designs by Paco Rabanne, Oscar de la Renta, The Blonds and David Koma, to name a few.

At the 2021 Grammys, Swift — wearing a dreamy Oscar de la Renta floral mini dress — won her third Album of the Year award for “Folklore,” setting a record as the first female artist to win three times in this category (and tying Frank Sinatra, Stevie Wonder and Paul Simon for direction).

Maybe she’ll make history again tonight.


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