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Grammy Awards 2019: Bebe Rexha Refuses to Name Designers Who Backtrack Their Rejection

AceShowbiz Monday, 11 February 2019
Looking stunning in red gown designed by Jeremy Scott of Moschino, the Best New Artist nominee tells Ryan Seacrest on the red carpet she wants to inspire other girls to love their bodies.
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Bebe Rexha felt "like a princess" at the Grammy Awards Bebe Rexha felt "like a princess" at the Grammy Awards on Sunday (10.02.19) thanks to her red Monsoori gown. The singer had claimed last month that a number of designers had refused to dress her for the event because she was too big, but she...

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