Bebe Rexha stepped onto the 2019 Grammys crimson carpet on Sunday, her first time on the present as a nominee. And whereas she regarded like a princess, she had a message for the designers who wished no half in making her really feel like one.
“You would like you’d’ve dressed my fats a**,” the singer and songwriter informed Entry Hollywood when responding to the designers who wouldn’t costume her.
Only a few weeks in the past, Rexha took to her Instagram to publish a video the place she spoke about many within the style trade refusing to decorate her for the awards ceremony as a result of she is “too massive.”
“If a measurement 6-Eight is simply too massive then I don’t know what to inform you. Then I don’t wish to put on your f***ing attire,” she stated within the video.
Designer August Getty responded to the publish asking Rexha when he ought to begin sketching, and finally designed two attire for the 29-year-old for occasions main as much as the Grammys. On the crimson carpet, nonetheless, Rexha wore a crimson tulle robe with a plunging neckline by Monsoori, and regarded so good in it.
“I like my physique, and I simply need different ladies to like their our bodies,” Rexha informed E! on the crimson carpet, whereas sharing that Jeremy Scott, Christian Siriano and Karl Lagerfeld had additionally reached out to the singer with provides to design her a glance.
Nonetheless, followers are joyful that Rexha went with the Monsoori look.
bebe rexha not having the ability to get anybody to decorate her after which displaying as much as the grammys trying like a princess is such a temper
— bree // joyful days (@altomareswift) February 10, 2019
fuck the individuals who wouldn’t make a costume for her she seems to be gorgeous
— 🧚🏻♂️ (@bqcornnuts) February 11, 2019
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