Becky G Puts a Modern Spin on Old Hollywood Glamour With a Sequined Corset at the 2024 Oscars


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As Becky G so catchily sings in her 2013 hit, she “Can’t Get Enough,” and neither can we—of her glamorous look on tonight’s Oscars red carpet, that is.

The “Shower” songstress arrived at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood looking utterly fabulous in an ensemble that put a modern twist on Old Hollywood glamour. The singer’s gown featured a nude strapless corset bodice embellished with small crystal beads all over and a velvety black high-low skirt that trailed behind her. She elevated the piece even more with black opera gloves, diamond drop earrings from Zales, and classic black pointed-toe stiletto heels. For glam, she opted for gorgeous bronzy glam complete with a berry lip, and styled her hair in voluminous curls with a side part.

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The Blue Beetle star later delivered another sizzling ensemble, which she changed into for her electric onstage performance. As is typical at the Oscars, songs nominated for Best Music (Original Song) are often performed during the ceremony. Because Becky G’s “The Fire Inside” (written by Diane Warren) from Flamin’ Hot is up for a nod, she ascended the stage, looking incredible in an all-black fit composed of form-fitting flare pants, a triangle bra, a grand cape decorated with tiers of fuzzy feathers, and transparent gloves. She upped the ante with a luxurious one-of-a-kind, custom-designed 100-carat diamond piece by Zales (in honor of the brand’s 100th anniversary).

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Flamin’ Hot, the Eva Longoria–directed biographical comedy, follows the story of Frito-Lay janitor Richard Montañez. The son of a Mexican immigrant, Montañez is credited with inventing Flamin’ Hot Cheetos—the spicy snack that disrupted the American food industry.

Fellow nominees in the Original Song category (and other performances tonight) include “I’m Just Ken” from Barbie, “It Never Went Away” from American Symphony, “Wahzhazhe (A Song for My People) from Killers of the Flower Moon, and “What Was I Made For?” from Barbie.

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Tonight was Becky G’s second time onstage at the Academy Awards. She made her Oscars debut in 2022, when she joined Megan Thee Stallion, Carolina Gaitán, Mauro Castillo, Sheila E., and Luis Fonsi to sing “We Don’t Talk About Bruno,” from Encanto. To complement her powerhouse vocals, Becky made a big statement in a neon-green sequin gown that featured a daringly high leg slit, a sultry cutout across her abdomen, long sleeves, and a mock neckline, paired with metallic-gold pumps. Earlier that night, she made her grand arrival in a beautiful, opulent, pale pink Etro gown that was completely covered in glittery sequins and featured intricately embroidered pockets on each hip.

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