Saweetie Spills Her Secret on GRAMMYs Parking Lot Quick Change (Exclusive)

The rapper rocked two different numbers while on the red carpet at the 64th annual awards show.

Saweetie always comes to slay and the 64th annual GRAMMY Awards was no exception. The GRAMMY-nominated rapper stepped out in two different outfits for one red carpet. 

Saweetie first posed in a hot pink skirt and bra set by Valentino. She completed the look with matching evening gloves, a diamond necklace and an equally glittering bracelet in the shape of a snake. She also rocked a short, sliver-hued 'do for the occasion.

Before heading inside, Saweetie dazzled in look number two, and spoke to ET about her quick change "in the parking lot." 

"I got a big sheet around me," the 28-year-old emcee told ET's Kevin Frazier and Nischelle Turner about switching into a custom Oscar de la Renta look for her second trip down the red carpet at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. "This is Oscar de la Renta, and you know everything expensive. Everything exclusive, everything icy, you know what time it is."

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The strapless high-low look was a much cooler alternative in the scorching Las Vegas heat, which saw many attendees reaching for a fan while on the red carpet.

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Saweetie told ET she pumped for all the girl power at the GRAMMYs. "I'm so hyped and I'm so grateful because I'm not even supposed to be here right now," she said about attending the ceremony. "I have no album out and there's so many amazing talented women in the building and I'm just grateful to even breathe the same air that they're breathing."

Adding that it's the ladies' time to shine in the music industry, Saweetie proclaimed, "It means innovation, it means evolution, and it means a new time. I'm so happy to be a part."

And while she had two outfit changes for the red carpet, she had one last look of the night. The "Best Friend" rapper also stepped into a nude, lace halter gown for the ceremony.

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Saweetie had reason to get all dressed up! She was nominated for two GRAMMYs, including Best New Artist and Best Rap Song for "Best Friend."

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