Published: Wed, February 13, 2019

Bebe Rexha scolds audience at 2019 Grammy event

Bebe Rexha scolds audience at 2019 Grammy event

Bebe told media outlets that following her Instagram rant that several designers had reached out to her and even more fans had supported her. "I don't know which one to wear".

When asked about the dress by Access Online, the singer didn't hold back, delivering a pretty blunt message to all those designers who refused to dress her: "You wish you had dressed my fat ass!"

She shared, "I ended up going with the biggest designer in Arabia - Vogue Arabia voted him the best". "I'm calming down. I'm calming down", she said, according to the report.

The singer topped off her look with a sparkly necklace with matching and went with a half-up hairstyle to tie in the look.

The hitmaker, who was nominated in two categories at this year's Grammy Awards, called out designers ahead of the ceremony refusing to cater for her United Kingdom size 10-12 figure.

On the Grammy Awards red carpet, Bebe Rexha dazzled in a Monsoori red gown with a halter-style top, accentuated waist and flowing tulle skirt.

There's one awards show that always takes fashion to the next level and that's the GRAMMYs!

"You're saying all the women in the world that are a size 8 and up are not attractive and that they can not wear your dresses. I just want to wear and work with people who love me for me".

"At the end of the day, I truly believe it's what's inside and the music that you're making and the art that you're making", she added, telling her date - her mom - that she wanted to have "a Cinderella moment" Sunday night. I didn't expect it.

"I'm okay, I don't get angry at people", she said.

Lester Cohen via Getty Images "I feel like a princess", Bebe Rexha said.

"A lot of times artists will go and talk to designers, and they'll make them custom dresses to walk the red carpet". However, a little after receiving her nominations, she we shocked to discover that many designers did not want to dress her.

Bebe is up for two Grammy Awards: Best New Artist and Best Country Duo/Performance for "Meant to Be" featuring Florida Georgia Line.

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