Rihanna continues to shine bright like a diamond.
The “Lift Me Up” singer performed her Oscar-nominated song during the 2023 Academy Awards tonight, changing from her leather red carpet look to a blinged-out two-piece Maison Margiela set.
Wearing a black bra top covered in rhinestones, the pregnant star belted out the hit track, which is featured on the “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever” soundtrack.
The shimmery shirt — which was custom-made for her by John Galliano for Maison Margiela — featured strands of crystals hanging from the bottom that draped over her bare baby bump.
She teamed the look with an eye-catching pair of black pants featuring a metallic floral pattern and long black gloves.
Rihanna let her hair down for the performance and switched up her makeup look from the red carpet, adding glittery metallic eye shadow and peach lipstick.
Plenty of diamond jewelry finished off the ‘fit, including dangling earrings, a bracelet and several layered statement necklaces.
The “Diamonds” singer is no stranger to Grammys success, having taken home nine awards over the years, but tonight marks her first time as an Oscar nominee. However, it was Indian movie “RRR” that took home the award for Best Song.
Rihanna — who revealed she’s expecting her second child with A$AP Rocky during her Super Bowl 2023 halftime performance last month — showed off her baby bump in an array of stylish looks during her last pregnancy, and tonight has proven to be no different.
Earlier in the evening, she turned heads in a custom Alaïa outfit while walking the Oscars red carpet, sporting a black leather band dress over a sheer bodysuit.
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While fans can’t get enough of Rihanna’s Oscar looks tonight, there’s one who isn’t as thrilled with her appearance.
“My son when he found out his sibling is going to the Oscars and not him,” the “Don’t Stop the Music” singer posted alongside a hilarious Instagram photo of her son with a teary-eyed expression.
Perhaps the little one can join his mom on the red carpet at a future Oscars ceremony.