In January the singer uploaded a video to her Instagram account speaking out about her frustration over designers who are unwilling to dress her for being a size 8 (that's an Aussie size 12) for the awards.
On the Grammy Awards red carpet, Bebe Rexha dazzled in a Monsoori red gown with a halter-style top, accentuated waist and flowing tulle skirt. "I just want to wear people and work with people who love me for me".
She addressed the viral video during a pre-show segment Sunday night, explaining, "I was in the studio one day, and one of my friends called me - he's a stylist - and he told me that a lot of designers, we couldn't get them because I didn't fit in the show sizes, which is 0 and 2".
"If a size 6/8 [AU 10/12] is "too big" then I don't know what to tell you", Rexha said.
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"I was like, 'This is incredible, '" she said, sharing the fact she hopes her experience inspires women to be proud of the way they look. "He worked with my body and I feel incredible". We are handsome any size!
Her headline-making fashion confession turned into something positive, with big designers offering to dress her, including, "Jeremy Scott, Moschino, August Getty, Karl Lagerfeld", which she said "was pretty dope". But don't say you can't dress someone that isn't a runway size. "I really didn't expect that". I just want other girls to love their bodies. And a lot of times artists will go and talk to designers and they'll make them custom dresses to walk the red carpet.
"When I was younger I put up a vision board and one of the things that I wanted to always do was be nominated for Best New Artist", Rexha candidly revealed in the clip.
Bebe is up for two Grammy Awards: Best New Artist and Best Country Duo/Performance for "Meant to Be" featuring Florida Georgia Line.