Beyonce wore her own face on her Grammys 2017 dress, because she can

Lauren Sharkey
<i>Beyonce’s Roberto Cavalli design appeared to feature her own face [Photo: Getty]</i>
Beyonce’s Roberto Cavalli design appeared to feature her own face [Photo: Getty]

Trust Beyonce to top her epic pregnancy announcement. At last night’s Grammys, the singer took to the stage to perform in an insanely intricate Roberto Cavalli gown.

Not only was the dress partially sheer but it featured golden embroidery in the shape of the sun and one rather unusual image that was missed on the night.

<i>Beyonce transformed into a golden goddess at the 2017 Grammys [Photo: Rex]</i>
Beyonce transformed into a golden goddess at the 2017 Grammys [Photo: Rex]

Yes, it looks like Beyonce wore her own face to the Grammys.

While accepting the award for Best Urban Contemporary Album, Bey topped the look with a bridal veil that perfectly offset her huge gold choker, transforming her into a real goddess.

<i>The queen of the music industry donned a veil to accept her award [Photo: Getty]</i>
The queen of the music industry donned a veil to accept her award [Photo: Getty]

Of course, that wasn’t her only look. Skipping the red carpet, Queen B saved her most dazzling ensemble for inside, wearing a sequinned red gown that gave the perfect glimpse of her growing bump.

<i>She made sure to show off her baby bump [Photo: Rex]</i>
She made sure to show off her baby bump [Photo: Rex]

The gown was custom made by former Roberto Cavalli creative director, Peter Dundas, and was paired with an elegant diamond necklace.

<i>Blue Ivy continues her reign as the best dressed celebrity child [Photo: Instagram/teenvogue]</i>
Blue Ivy continues her reign as the best dressed celebrity child [Photo: Instagram/teenvogue]

Blue Ivy was just as memorable in a pink power suit and ruffled white shirt – all by Gucci. Unlike her mother’s long flowing locks, Blue’s hair was slicked back into an adorable plait.

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