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Here’s How You Can DIY Ariana Grande’s Grammys Dress

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The Grammys this year were PRETTY eventful. From Lizzo welcoming you to the Grammys to Billie Eilish bagging up four lead categories. The Jonas Brothers also gave an exciting performance, debuting their song, ‘What A Man Gotta Do’ for the first time. Alicia Keys showed off some fire Grammys riffs. And Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani delivered a duet that wasn’t as well-received as they had hoped. And then came Ariana Grande.

Ariana Grande’s Cinderella Moment At The Grammys

Clad in a beautiful gown straight out of a fairy tale, Ariana Grande made all the jaws drop. People were in awe of her custom Giambattista Valli dove gray gown complete with a layered tulle skirt and matching satin opera gloves. Cinderella much?

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But the dress wasn’t the only exciting bit for Arianators. Ariana Grande also won her fan’s hearts for her reaction to Billie Eilish winning Album Of The Year when Billie said Ariana was the more deserving one in her acceptance speech. And then Ari was seen brushing off her words and blowing her a kiss as the camera panned to her.

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How To Get Ariana’s Grammys Dress

A Youtuber named Micarah Tewers took it upon herself to make an affordable version of Ariana Grande’s Grammys dress. The reason behind her making it was to tell her audience that they neither have to be rich nor a celebrity to look like… well, a rich celebrity.

So she made a replica of Ariana’s custom Giambattista Valli gown in only $40. It could be considered a lot but considering how much fabric is required to make that poofy dress, $40 is still a very good bargain.

So watch her video here to learn how to achieve Ariana Grande’s Grammys 2020 look.

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