Paris Hilton delivered Barbie-esque glamour on Saturday night as she arrived at iconic Clive Davis’ Pre-GRAMMY Gala in Los Angeles.
The heiress, 42, slipped her statuesque frame into a glittering gold dress with an elegant cowl neck.
She slipped on gold metallic heels and carried a matching clutch to complete her look.
Paris’ golden blonde hair flowed down her chest in waves and she accessorized with glitzy jewelry.
The Simple Life star was accompanied by her hunky husband Carter Reum, 42, who looked dapper in a classic black tuxedo.
Paris Hilton delivered Barbie-esque glamour on Saturday night as she arrived at iconic Clive Davis ‘ Pre-GRAMMY Gala in Los Angeles
The Simple Life star was accompanied by her hunky husband Carter Reum , 42
The heiress, 42, slipped her statuesque frame into a glittering gold dress with an elegant cowl neck
The couple — who wed in November 2021 — recently welcomed a daughter, London, via surrogate and they celebrated their son Phoenix’s 1st birthday last month.
It has become a cultural icon and a crown jewel of the music industry’s most important weekend, with a star-studded guest list and stellar performances remembered.
The invitation-only soiree also featured such A-listers as Paris Hilton, Tom Hanks, Rita Wilson, Julia Garner and the members of Green Day.
Davis opened up about the legendary soiree during an interview with Variety on Thursday.
‘We don’t discuss performances because the whole thing is a surprise. But in the audience will be [Motown founder] Berry Gordy and Diana Ross and Jay-Z and Beyonce and Bon Jovi, and newer artists will be there, like SZA, Ice Spice, Noah Kahan and [basketball great] Scottie Pippen and [tennis superstars] Martina Navratilova and Serena Williams.
‘I think it will be Nancy Pelosi’s 24th or 25th consecutive year. It’s a unique audience.’
He added: ‘We’re here for the party, so obviously, there’s so much on my mind right now.
‘People are flying in from all over the world and we’re hoping to meet and perhaps exceed their expectations. That’s a big challenge. I take it seriously, and I’m excited.’
Sponsored by Hilton, IBM and Mastercard, the Pre-GRAMMY Gala will honor Sony Music Publishing Chairman and CEO Jon Platt as the 2024 GRAMMY Salute To Industry Icons honoree.
‘Jon Platt is one of the music industry’s most illustrious leaders and I am thrilled that he will be this year’s Salute to Industry Icons honoree,’ Davis said in a statement.
‘Jon’s longtime trailblazing commitment to supporting songwriters across the music spectrum as well as his staunch dedication to advocacy, diversity and equality in the music business are exemplary,’ he continued.
‘Artists and the industry at large are fortunate to have his insight and passion at the helm.’
The couple wed in November 2021
Paris’ golden blonde hair flowed down her chest in waves and she accessorized with glitzy jewelry
She slipped on gold metallic heels and carried a matching clutch to complete her look
Recording Academy CEO Harvey Mason jr. added in a statement: ‘One of the most influential figures in the industry, Jon has consistently set the bar for leadership in music.
‘His ongoing commitment to equity, his dedication to quality, and his advocacy for artists across all crafts and genres have been an inspiration to music leaders everywhere. We look forward to an incredible evening dedicated to honoring his incredible impact.’
Throughout Platt’s leadership, Sony Music Publishing has fortified its historical foundation while also paving the way for future success.
This era has witnessed the establishment of groundbreaking collaborations with iconic songwriters such as Bruce Springsteen, Paul Simon, and Ashley Gorley.
Simultaneously, the company has welcomed a new wave of musical prodigies into its fold, including Olivia Rodrigo, Jack Harlow, Latto, Anitta, Central Cee, Kane Brown, and the Kid LAROI.
The bash arrives ahead of the 2024 Grammy Awards, which will be honoring music’s brightest stars in a celebration held at the Crypto.com Arena in downtown Los Angeles on February 4.
Hosted by Trevor Noah, this year’s celebration will air live at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT on CBS and its streaming service Paramount+.
This year SZA tops the nominations with a total of nine nods, including Album of the Year, Record of the Year, and Song Of The Year. Taylor Swift follows close behind with six nominations, and will also be competing against SZA in the three aforementioned categories.
The majority of Swift’s nominations were for her acclaimed album Midnights and its single Anti-Hero, which earned some of the best reviews of her career.
That track is up for Record of the Year, a category that honors the artists who recorded the song and its producers and engineers, as well as for the Song of the Year category, which honors songwriters. SZA’s track Kill Bill has also been nominated in both categories.
Swift has already made history in the Album of the Year category, currently tied for three previous wins with music legends Frank Sinatra, Paul Simon and Stevie Wonder.
However, she is now poised to become the first-ever person to win the category four times if Midnights ends up victorious this year.
The couple recently welcomed a daughter, London, via surrogate and they celebrated their son Phoenix’s 1st birthday last month
She was fully made up for the event
Billie Eilish and Miley Cyrus are also both up for six awards. Eilish’s nominations include Song and Record of the Year for her hit single from the Barbie soundtrack, What Was I Made For?
Cyrus has the chance to win her first ever Grammy this year with her nominations.
Her track Flowers is up for Record and Song of the Year, while her album Endless Summer Vacation has been nominated for Album of the Year.
Olivia Rodrigo is another major name in competition for a trophy.
Olivia – who has already won three Grammys – has been nominated for six awards this year, including Album Of The Year, Record Of The Year, and Song Of The Year.
Other major nominees include jazz crossover artist Jon Batiste, the trio Boygenius (made up of Phoebe Bridges, Lucy Dacus and Julien Baker), Lana Del Rey, Janelle Monáe and Victoria Monét, who was nominated for Best New Artist and multiple awards for her album Jaguar II and its singles.
In addition to the big names celebrating career achievements, a host of celebrities are set to be presenting at the show.
Christina Aguilera, Lenny Kravitz, Lionel Richie, Mark Ronson, Maluma, Meryl Steep, Samara Joy, Taylor Tomlinson, and Oprah Winfrey have all been announced as presenters.
Audience members and viewers alike will also be treated to an array of incredible performances, with Billie Eilish, Billy Joel, Burna Boy, Dua Lipa, Luke Combs, Olivia Rodrigo, SZA, Travis Scott, and U2 slated to perform.
Folk music icon Joni Mitchell will also be performing for the first time ever at the Grammy awards this year. She too is up for an award for Best Folk Album Category for Joni Mitchel AT Newport [Live].