Doja Cat frees the nipple in stunning gown on Grammys red carpet
Posted by  badge Boss on Feb 05
Doja Cat rocked up to the Grammys with a daring new look (Picture: Rex)

managed to turn heads as she rocked up to the Awards on Sunday, freeing the nipple and covered in new tattoos.

The 28-year-old , earning nominations for best solo pop performance, best melodic rap performance and best rap song.

Although she didn’t , the Paint The Town Red rapper certainly got all of our attention on the red carpet.

She with sheer panels and a long train by Dilara Findikoglu, paired with bright red heels and chunky silver jewelry.

Doja had a slight Momento moment at the bash, with the name of the dress designer inscribed on her forehead – just in case she somehow forgot.

the rapper’s new selection of inkings, including the face design of Dilara’s name.

The singer opted for a very risque dress (Picture: Getty)

After , the nominee covered up slightly with a camo baseball cap as she took her seat at the Arena in LA.

Fans were living for the nipple-bearing look and flocked to Twitter to praise Doja, as well as her new tattoos.


‘Everything looks great but the tattoos especially look amazing,’ another explained.

She also had some new tattoos on show (Picture: Getty)

A follower suggested: ‘She’s giving rich gangsta auntie.’

As a Twitter user added: ‘Doja Cat’s tattoos are literal art, her body a canvas. Insane how that pulls the whole look together.’

This isn’t the first time the musician commanded attention on a red carpet in a daring look – who could forget when she headed to the MTV VMAs last year in a barely-there spider web outfit?

She also kept us all on our toes at the BET Awards in 2019, donning a bright pink net dress with protruding feathers galore.

Doja is no stranger to wild red carpet moments (Picture: FilmMagic)
We’re going to need a minute to comprehend this one (Picture: WireImage)
That planetary bag will on our minds until the end of time (Picture: Getty)

In 2022, she stunned at the Billboard Music Awards, opting for gold nipple pasties, barely concealed by a black Schiaparelli dress and a sheer panel across the chest.

If that wasn’t enough, she clutched an out-of-this-world gold planet bag that we immediately need in our wardrobe.

Never, ever change.

Grammys 2024 winners list

Record of the year: Miley Cyrus – Flowers

Album of the year: Taylor Swift – Midnights

Best new artist: Victoria Monet

Song of the year: Billie Eilish – What Was I Made For? from Barbie

Best pop vocal album: Taylor Swift – Midnights

Best R&B song: SZA – Snooze

Best country album: Lainey Wilson – Bell Bottom Country

Best música urbana album: Karol G – Mañana Será Bonito

Best pop solo performance: Miley Cyrus – Flowers

Best progressive R&B album: SZA – SOS

Best R&B performance: Coco Jones – ICU

Best folk album: Joni Mitchell – Joni Mitchell at Newport (Live)

Producer of the year, non-classical: Jack Antonoff

Songwriter of the year, non-classical: Theron Thomas

Best pop duo/group performance: SZA featuring Phoebe Bridgers – Ghost in the Machine

Best dance/electronic recording: Skrillex, Fred again.. and Flowdan – Rumble

Best pop dance recording: Kylie Minogue – Padam Padam

Best dance/electronic music album: Fred again.. – Actual Life 3 (January 1 – September 9 2022)

Best traditional R&B performance: PJ Morton featuring Susan Carol – Good Morning

Best R&B album: Victoria Monét – Jaguar II

Best rap performance: Killer Mike featuring André 3000, Future and Eryn Allen Kane – Scientists & Engineers

Best melodic rap performance: Lil Durk featuring J Cole – All My Life

Best rap song: Killer Mike featuring André 3000, Future and Eryn Allen Kane – Scientists & Engineers

Best rap album: Killer Mike – Michael

Best country solo performance: Chris Stapleton – White Horse

Best country song: Chris Stapleton – White Horse

Best song written for visual media: What Was I Made For? from Barbie the Album, Billie Eilish O’Connell and Finneas O’Connell, songwriters (Billie Eilish)

Best comedy album: Dave Chappelle – What’s in a Name?

Best alternative music performance: Paramore – This Is Why

Best rock album: Paramore – This Is Why

Best rock song: boygenius – Not Strong Enough

Best metal performance: Metallica – 72 Seasons

Best rock performance: boygenius – Not Strong Enough

Despite slaying in the fashion stakes, Doja wasn’t as successful at the bash, and lost out in all three categories she was nominated in.

Miley Cyrus pipped her to the post for best pop solo performance, taking home her very first Grammy for Flowers.

Lil Durk and J Cole won the best melodic rap performance trophy for All My Life, while she also lost out on the best rap song to Killer Mike.