The singer is also making her GRAMMY performance debut as she vies for the Best Pop Solo Performance and Best Pop Vocal Album.
All eyes are on Camila Cabello!
The "Never Be the Same" songstress kicked off what is expected to be an unforgettable night for her by turning heads on the 20019 GRAMMYs red carpet.
Cabello, 21, arrived at music's biggest night donning a pink, sparkly, long sleeve, floor-length dress with a high neckline and an open back by Armani Prive. Her beauty look consisted of subtle gray eyeshadow, blush and a nude lip. Her hair was pulled back in a low ponytail, which showed off her diamond teardrop Harry Winston earrings.
"I feel very me tonight," Cabello told ET's Sophie Schillaci. "It’s a lot going on and I’m just ready. This is my best self."
The singer's look was a departure from her red hot, body-hugging Vivienne Westwood Couture dress she wore last year.
Cabello will make her GRAMMY performance debut as she vies for Best Pop Solo Performance (for "Havana") and Best Pop Vocal Album. She also has the honor of opening this year's show and will be joined by J Balvin and Young Thug, as well as GRAMMY winners Ricky Martin and Arturo Sandoval.
"I definitely feel a little bit nervous right now, but I think that the more nerves the better the show. You know but it's basically based on my family – specifically on my grandma’s upbringing," Cabello said of her opening performance, before teasing more of it. "She was raised in Havana in a thing called a Solara Benero, which is basically like a poor person’s – it’s like a big house, but each family only has one room in the house, and there’s like a common patio that everybody shares, and the musicians would go and jam out and such. And my grandma would always be there dancing and singing with people; and so the whole thing is basically based off that vibe. It’s like a big Latin block party. So it should hopefully feel like a party."
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The 61st Annual GRAMMY Awards air Sunday, Feb. 10, at 8 p.m. ET on CBS.