Grammys 2020: Lizzo shuts down the red carpet in white strapless gown with sexy slit right down the middle

The 'Truth Hurts' singer's Atelier Versace number featured a corset-inspired top half and a well-fitted flowy bottom. The corset had crystal-encrusted piping, shaped like flames. She's generally on fire, so we guess that's appropriate


                            Grammys 2020: Lizzo shuts down the red carpet in white strapless gown with sexy slit right down the middle
Lizzo (Getty Images)

After making a splash with the daring red custom Moschino at the 2019 MTV Video Music Awards, Lizzo decided to go with the old Hollywood glam route at the Grammys this year. She walked in a strapless white floor-length gown with a massive sexy slit right down the center.

The 'Truth Hurts' singer's Atelier Versace number featured a corset-inspired top half and a well-fitted flowy bottom. The corset had crystal-encrusted piping, shaped like flames. She's generally on fire, so we guess that's appropriate.

Lizzo attends the 62nd Annual GRAMMY Awards at Staples Center on January 26, 2020, in Los Angeles, California. (Getty Images)

She paired the dress with a thick white furry boa and went super easy on the accessories, wearing nothing but a layered necklace and diamond earrings. She matched her purse with the boa, and you'll miss it unless you look closely. What an absolute style icon.

Lizzo picked a pair of strappy white sandals and gorgeous white manicure. This is a different look than what she is generally seen in but the demure glam quotient in the dress, along with the subtle accessories make it memorable.

The mermaid silhouette dress with a sweetheart neckline was a tribute to the iconic Cher, according to stylist Mark Monroe. The lux fur stole is supposed to be a tribute to Diana Ross.

Lizzo attends the 62nd Annual GRAMMY Awards at STAPLES Center on January 26, 2020, in Los Angeles, California. (Getty Images)

The singer, who is currently engulfed in a plagiarism battle, has a whopping eight nominations tonight: Record of the Year ('Truth Hurts'), Album of the Year ('Cuz I Love You' Deluxe), Song of the Year ('Truth Hurts'), Best New Artist, Best Pop Solo Performance ('Truth Hurts'), Best R&B Performance ('Exactly How I Feel'), Best Traditional R&B Performance ('Jerome') and Best Urban Contemporary Album ('Cuz I Love You' Deluxe). 

Brothers Justin Raisen and Jeremiah Raisen have alleged that Lizzo did not give them credit for lyrics on 'Truth Hurts'. However, the singer has denied the claims.

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