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Dua Lipa and Megan Thee Stallion Wore Twinning Versace Outfits at the Grammys To Recreate This Throwback Moment

Dua Lipa and Megan Thee Stallion Wore Twinning Versace Outfits at the Grammys To Recreate This Throwback Moment

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Megan Thee Stallion and Dua Lipa were both anointed with the best new artist Grammy after their breakthrough years, so it only made sense that they would be on hand to give this year’s award to pop’s most recent success story, Olivia Rodrigo, at the 2022 Grammys. They did have one surprise in the bag for the ceremony. The pair came out in matching black floor-length gowns, and engaged in a bit of banter.
“You stole my look!” said Megan as she looked Lipa up and down.
“I was told I had the exclusive,” Lipa joked. “I’m going to have to have a talk with Donatella.”
“Yeah, because I thought I was the Versace hottie,” Megan replied, referencing a line from her song “Outside.”

Megan Thee Stallion, Dua Lipa e Donatella Versace no palco do #GRAMMYspic.twitter.com/NsUQSlyYwf
— Megan Stallion Brasil (@meganstallionbr) April 4, 2022

Then Donatella Versace joined the pair on stage. “Basta, basta, basta,” she said. “Let’s do this, and this.” She then unclipped a part of Lipa’s dress to reveal a jumpsuit underneath. She then turned to Megan and unveiled a shorter body-con skirt under the original dress.
The fashionable moment was, of course, reminiscent of the 1998 MTV Video Music Awards where Mariah Carey and Whitney Houston showed up in the same dress and joked a bit about how they both thought theirs was one of a kind. Carey finished the exchange by ripping a layer of her skirt off, revealing a shorter hemline. It was an apt choice, as Carey herself won best new artist in 1994. (Houston, however, was actually never nominated for the award because her appearance on a Teddy Pendergrass single that had received a Grammy nod a year before she released her debut album.)
Lipa is a brand ambassador for Versace and has appeared in a number of the house’s ad campaigns. On the red carpet earlier on Sunday, Lipa wore a vintage 1992 look by the brand that was once worn by Donatella herself.
Originally published in Vanityfair.com

The Best Dressed Celebrities at the 2022 Grammys: Lady Gaga, Dua Lipa, and More

The Best Dressed Celebrities at the 2022 Grammys: Lady Gaga, Dua Lipa, and More

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The biggest night in the music business happened — finally — after numerous delays due to Covid-19 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, the first time the Awards have been held in Sin City.
The Recording Academy red carpet was in full swing and the A-list was serving. Maybe it’s because it’s because it was happening in Vegas — where anything goes — but music’s finest were giving it some major looks, from seven-time nominee Olivia Rodrigo in Vivienne Westwood, to eight-time nominee Doja Cat in Atelier Versace, to H.E.R (also eight nominations) in custom Dundas. Oh, and Justin Bieber in a fuchsia beanie.
And as per Mr Bieber, the Grammys didn’t just see the ladies serving — there were some epic men’s looks on the carpet too: Lil Nas X (incredible in head to toe Balmain pearls), Travis Barker (also in fuchsia), and 11 time nominee Jon Batiste.
13-time Grammy winner, the one and only Lady Gaga (who also performed wearing Elie Saab) in keeping with her recent spate of ‘classic Hollywood glamour’ looked as classic and stunning as ever in a monochrome Armani Privé gown.
And Grammy newcomer and two-time nominee, Saweetie stunned everyone with not one but two red carpet looks: a two-piece pink Valentino number, followed by a custom Oscar De La Renta stunner.

Scroll for a look at the best dressed celebrities at the Grammys 2022.
Dua Lipa wearing vintage Versace
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Lady Gaga wearing Armani Privé and Tiffany jewelry

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Lil Nas wearing Balmain
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Billie Eilish
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BTS wearing Louis Vuitton
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Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker
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Hailey Bieber

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Paris Hilton wearing Atelier Zuhra
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Olivia Rodrigo Wearing Vivienne Westwood
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Doja Cat wearing Atelier Versace
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Justin Bieber wearing Balenciaga
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Halsey wearing Pressiat
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Carrie Underwood
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Saweetie wearing Valentino
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Rachel Zegler
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Jennifer Koh wearing Rubin Singer
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Ledisi wearing Nonja Mckenzie
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Mon Laferte wearing SÁNCHEZ-KANE
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Sofia Carson wearing Valentino
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Lili Haydn
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Inanna Sarkis wearing Atelier Zuhra 
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Billy Porter wearing a Valentino suit, Jimmy Choo shoes and Kismet by Milka ear cuffs
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Megan Thee Stallion wearing Roberto Cavalli
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Falu wearing Posh Pari Couture
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Laverne Cox
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Autumn Rowe wearing Marchesa
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Doechii
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Cynthia Erivo wearing Louis Vuitton
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HER wearing custom Dundas inspired by Aretha Franklin – her icon
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Avril Lavigne
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Mickey Guyton wearing Ashish
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Jon Batiste

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Lady Gaga Wore a Custom Elie Saab Dress for Her Emotional Grammys Performance

Lady Gaga Wore a Custom Elie Saab Dress for Her Emotional Grammys Performance

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While the Oscars saw plenty of stars in Arab designers on the red carpet, Lady Gaga took regional talent to the stage at the Grammy Awards last night. After walking into the event in an asymmetrical black and white Armani Privé gown, the star slipped into a custom Elie Saab dress for her performance.
The singer was introduced via video by Tony Bennett, the iconic musician to whom Gaga paid a touching tribute. Taking the stage to sing ‘Love for Sale’ and ‘Do I Love You’ from her album Love for Sale, which she recorded with Bennett, Gaga was dressed in a mint blue satin dress paired with matching metallic pumps appropriate for the jazz performance. The bespoke strapless piece designed by the Lebanese couturier captured the Old Hollywood vibe Gaga is known to have embraced as of late and featured a bodice wrapped in layers of fabric, a flared-out skirt, and an oversized bow at the back. Sporting the same hairstyle from her red carpet appearance, Gaga’s blonde locks were pulled back in a classic updo with waves, while her makeup look was completed with glowing skin and glossy pink lips.
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This marks the second time when the 36-year-old has championed Arab talent during this year’s awards season. Accepting the New York Film Critics Circle Awards for best actress for her work in House of Gucci last month, Gaga wore a pair of Yigit pumps from Jordanian-Romanian footwear designer Amina Muaddi’s namesake label.
Gaga’s tear-jerking performance at the Grammys was accompanied by five nominations which she shared with Bennett. The singer also has a busy year ahead, with a continuation of her Jazz and Piano residency in Vegas, followed by her long-awaited Chromatica ball tour starting on July 17 in Düsseldorf, Germany.
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