The 28-year-old singer hit it out of the park at the 2017 GRAMMYs on Sunday, ditching her usual penchant for black for an eye-catching checkered green gown by Givenchy. The bold style featured studded long sleeves and a pleated skirt, and she paired the show-stopping design with an elegant updo.
Already a 10-time GRAMMY winner, the "Water Under the Bridge" singer is up for five more awards this year including Album of the Year (25), Record of the Year ("Hello"), Song of the Year ("Hello"), Best Pop Solo Performance ("Hello"), and Best Pop Vocal Album (25). She's also performing at the ceremony, after she suffered technical difficulties last year that left her in tears.
The show's executive producer, Ken Ehrlich, talked to ET earlier this month about the incident, and said they planned to more than "make it up to her" on Sunday night.
"Last year was so unfortunate and we were so sorry that it happened," Ehrlich said at an Icons of the Music Industry event at the GRAMMY museum. "With live television, things happen and she was really good about it. It really threw her and I think what hurt us the most was ... just watching her face and seeing her trying to get through that with what had happened."
"We've spent a year trying to make it up to her, and I think when you see her on Feb. 12, you'll know we have done that and more."