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Doja Feline's plunging striking cowhide dress staggers everybody at Grammy Grants 2021; See pics 

Doja Feline increased her design remainder at the Grammy Grants 2021 with a special cowhide dress. The 25-year-old was selected for the 'Best new craftsman at the Grammy grants 2021' alongside 'Record of the Year' and 'Pop independent execution' for her tune Say as much. Gracing the honor show, Doja Feline at Grammys 2021 dazed her fans with her challenging decision of dress. 

Doja took to Instagram to share her Grammys outfit with the subtitle 'Grammys 2021'. Shaking a dress by Roberto Cavalli and Fausto Puglisi, the cowhide top had a bit of the zipper in the front that opened right to the artist's stomach. Wore with green quills on the skirt, the dress had a tense turn to it with its dull tones. 

The vocalist finished off the look with hefty dark hoops and substantial eyes and donned a mullet. While conversing with the E! Honorary pathway pre-show have Giuliana Rancic about her outfit, the vocalist uncovered that her dress resembles a bike coat that fits. Moreover, the artist discussed her design sense saying that she loves something that is out there and that this was something that she needed to do as she has been restraining it recently. 

Disillusioned aficionados of the "Like That" artist have been taking to web-based media to say she was burglarized after she neglected to scoop any prizes in three classifications—Best New Craftsman, Record of the Year, or Best Pop Independent Execution at the Grammys. 

The artist—whose given name is Amala Ratna Zandile Dlamini—additionally performed at the function, with her cutting edge arranging of her track "Say as much" being broadly applauded. 

Doja Feline goes to the 63rd Yearly GRAMMY Grants at Los Angeles Assembly hall on Walk 14, 2021 in Los Angeles, California. Kevin Mazur/Getty Pictures for The Chronicle Foundation