Taylor Swift’s 2024 Grammys Dress Recreated with Paper Cutouts and a Cough Drop
A talented Swiftie has recreated Taylor Swift‘s 2024 Grammys look using paper cutouts and a cough drop. In a video uploaded on Instagram, social media user Angelica Hicks made her own version of the singer’s strapless Schiaparelli gown.
Hicks began by using a piece of paper to hold a white bedsheet around her body. After tightening a piece of the sheet around her waist to make a high slit, she used a piece of black tape to make her version of Swift’s custom-made Lorraine Schwartz vintage watch that was worn as a choker.
Hicks made the design come to life by cutting a photo of a watch face from a magazine and sticking it on top of the tape. She replicated the Musician’s layered necklace with foil paper and used a cough drop to create a jewelry pendant.
The social media user recreated Swift’s black opera gloves with a pair of black tights. She also matched the pop star’s hair and makeup by wearing red lipstick and styling her hair in textured waves.
Fellow Swifties praised Hicks in the comment section, with one user writing, “This girl has a PhD in creativity.”
Celine Dion’s Take on Taylor Swift’s ‘Snub’ at the Grammys
Celine Dion made her Grammys appearance to show that her illness is “not a death sentence,” sources told Page Six. She was unfazed by Taylor Swift’s alleged snub.
Dion, 55, has been battling Stiff-Person syndrome, a rare — and incurable — neurological disorder that makes walking difficult and has prevented her from singing the way she’s “used to.”
Dion was greeted with a standing ovation at the Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles Sunday night as she stepped onstage to hand out the final award of the night, Album of the Year.
Despite an alleged snub by the winner, Swift, one Music insider said that Dion achieved what she wanted — to show everyone that she’s back.
Swift has been dragged online for not properly acknowledging Dion as she accepted the award, but an insider who knows the latter said Dion brushed it off.
Celine Dion’s Son René-Charles Angélil Makes Rare Public Appearance at the 2024 Grammys
Celine Dion‘s son, René-Charles Angélil, made a rare public appearance at the 2024 Grammys. The 23-year-old escorted his mother to the stage as she presented the Album of the Year award to Taylor Swift.
René-Charles looked dapper in a black suit and tie, while Dion stunned in a Valentino wool coat paired with a light pink chiffon dress.
It was a special moment for the mother and son, who have been through a lot together in recent years. Dion was diagnosed with Stiff-Person syndrome in 2021, and she has been forced to cancel several concerts and tours due to her illness.
René-Charles has been a source of support for his mother during this difficult time. He has been by her side at many of her public appearances, and he has even spoken out about her illness in the media.
The Grammys appearance was a major milestone for Dion, and it was clear that she was thrilled to be there. She gave a heartfelt speech about her journey with Stiff-Person syndrome, and she received a standing ovation from the audience.
René-Charles was clearly proud of his mother, and he shared a photo of the two of them on Instagram after the show. He wrote, “I am so proud of you, Mom. You are an inspiration to me and to so many others.”
Taylor Swift’s New Album, Tour, and Merchandise
Taylor Swift has been busy since her last Grammys appearance. She has released a new album, embarked on a tour, and launched a new line of merchandise.
Swift’s new album, Midnights, was released in October 2022. The album is a collection of 13 songs that explore themes of love, loss, and heartbreak.
Swift’s tour, The Eras Tour, began in March 2023. The tour is set to visit 52 cities across the United States and Europe.
Swift has also released a new line of merchandise, including t-shirts, hoodies, and accessories. The merchandise is available on her website and at her concerts.
Fans of Taylor Swift can keep up with her latest news and updates by visiting her website or following her on social media.