At the 66th Grammy Awards, the Demons hitmaker made a head-turning entrance in a sheer gown, highlighting the countless tattoos scattered across her body and left little to the imagination.
The risque dress cinched Doja’s waist, highlighting her curves, and a few well-placed ruffles kept the rapper’s modesty in front of the cameras.
However, as the Paint the Town Red singer strutted the red carpet, she may have bared more than she intended to as her dress seemingly began to slip down, exposing more and more of her nipples.
The 28-year-old has become known for her daring fashion choices, although it’s unclear if her nipple-baring look was intentional at the Los Angeles ceremony.
She accesorised the look with some statement diamond jewellery including two crucifix necklaces that lay across the cathedral tattooed on her chest.
The singer sported a short, bleached hairdo with a pair of bold black glasses and bright red lipstick that perfectly matched her stilettos.
At one point during her red carpet walk, the Grammy nominee picked up a camo green trucker hat, briefly wearing it backward for a few photos.
In classic Doja style, the rapper hissed and stuck her tongue out at the photographers before striking a few more classical poses and headed inside, away from the Los Angeles rain that descended on the red carpet.
Doja is up for three awards tonight, with her song Attention nominated for Best Rap Song and Best Melodic Rap Performance while her global hit Paint the Town Red is in the running for Best Pop Solo Performance.
The headline-making track has some stark competition in the latter category as it goes head-to-head with the likes of Miley Cyrus’ Flowers, Taylor Swift’s Anti-Hero, Billie Eilish’s What Was I Made For from the Barbie soundtrack and Vampire by Olivia Rodrigo.
While Doja’s music catalogue boasts 19 nominations over her decade in the industry, she has only won one golden gramophone.
At the 2022 awards, Doja and SZA took home the award for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance for their track Kiss Me More and their acceptance speech was a nearly instant viral sensation.