Bebe Rexha flaunts assets during tantalising display after designers deemed her ‘too big’

The Meant To Be hitmaker had everyone’s eyes on her to see what she was wearing after it was revealed that some designers deemed her “too big” to dress.

But oozed body confidence as she arrived at the red carpet of the 61st annual .

The size eight babe stunned in a red Monsoori gown which plunged down to her navel, flaunting her ample assets.

Bebe, 29, previously said that some fashion designers had refused to dress her due to not having an outfit in her size.

During a fiery rant on her Instagram, she wrote: “If a size eight is too big, then I don’t know what to tell you… I don’t want to wear your f***ing dresses.

“I’m sorry, I had to get this off my chest. If you don’t like my fashion style or my music that’s one thing. But don’t say you can’t dress someone that isn’t a runway size.

“Empower women to love their bodies instead of making girls and women feel less than by their size.

“We are beautiful any size! Small or large! And My size 8 ass is still going to the Grammys,” followed by the hashtag “love your body”.

But in true fairytale fashion, Monsoori gifted her a gown that would be fit for a Disney princess.

Strutting her stuff, Bebe pulled a number of sultry poses while posing for photographers.

“Those designers who didn’t wanna dress you made a big mistake!”

Bebe’s fan

The beauty even sat down on the carpet to flaunt how puffy the dress’s skirt was with its enormous ruffles.

Her fans rushed to Twitter to big the star up on her look, one wrote: “Omg this dress Bebe! You look just like a Princess! Those designers who didn’t wanna dress you made a big mistake!”

Another said: “All those designers who didn’t want to dress you are eating their hearts out. You’re stunning love.”

A third commented: “You look gorgeous!”


Album of the year- Kacey Musgraves for Golden Hour

Record of the year – Childish Gambino 

Best new artist – Dua Lipa 

Best rap album – Cardi B

Best R&B album – H.E.R. for H.E.R.

Best rap song – Drake for God’s Plan 

Best country album – Kacey Musgraves for Golden Hour 

Song of the year – Childish Gambino for This Is America 

Best pop duo/group performance – Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper for Shallow 

Best pop solo performance – Lady Gaga for Joanne (Where Do You Think You’re Goin’?) 

Best pop vocal album – Ariana Grande for Sweetener 

Best traditional pop vocal album – Willie Nelson for My Way 

Best alternative music album – Beck for Colors 

Best country solo performance – Kacey Musgraves for Butterflies 

Best country duo/group performance – Dan + Shay for Tequila 

Best country song – Kacey Musgraves for Space Cowboy 

Best gospel album – Tori Kelly for Hiding Place 

Best Latin pop album – Claudia Brant for Sincera 

Best Americana album – Brandi Carlile for By the Way, I Forgive You 

Best compilation soundtrack for visual media – The Greatest Showman 

Best song written for visual media – Shallow by Lady Gaga, Mark Ronson, Anthony Rossomando & Andrew Wyatt, songwriters (Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper) 

Best music video

This Is America — Childish Gambino, Hiro Murai, video director; Ibra Ake, Jason Cole & Fam Rothstein, video producers 

Best comedy album – Equanimity & The Bird Revelation — Dave Chappelle 

Best dance/electronic album – Woman Worldwide for Justice

Best rap/sung performance – Childish Gambino for This Is America 

Producer of the year, non-classical – Pharrell Williams

Best rock song – St Vincent for Masseduction

Best rock performance – Chris Cornell for When Bad Does Good

Best rock album – Greta Van Fleet for From the Fires 

Best metal performance – High on Fire for Electric Messiah

Best urban contemporary album – The Carters for Everything Is Love

Source :dailystar