Toni Braxton commanded attention in a barely-there outfit at the 61st annual Grammys Awards, held at the Staples Centre in Los Angeles. The 51-year-old singer flaunted her phenomenal figure in the striking see-through number, which hugged her curves in all the right places. But the slinky material did little to protect her modesty, as her nipples peered through the garment. Although the He Wasn’t Man Enough songstress used her hair to conceal much of her cleavage, at one point her tresses slipped to the side to expose her nipples.
However, the mother-of-two did not seem fazed and proudly modelled the ensemble on the red carpet.
Standing tall as the paparazzi snapped photos of her, Toni rested her arms on her hips, while smouldering.
Also, her long sleeved, sparkling gown draped across the carpet as she made her way into the venue.
She added height to her statuesque frame with black heels and accessorised with drop-earrings and a large ring.
Her long, sleek raven locks were worn straight, while her make-up was natural-looking with the star sporting nude lipstick.
The Un-Break My Heart singer was nominated for best R&B performance at this year’s Grammy awards for her song Long As I Live.
However, H.E.R scooped the award for her self-titled track H.E.R, beating fellow nominees The Carters, Lalah Hathaway and PJ Morton.
Other winners on the night included Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper, who won best pop duo/group performance for their hit Shallow.
During her acceptance speech, 32-year-old Gaga paid tribute to Bradley, 44, who was not in attendance.
“I wish Bradley was here with me right now,” she said. “Bradley, I loved singing this song with you.”
The Bad Romance crooner also spoke out about mental health issues, a topic covered in A Star Is Born, the movie the song is from.
She added: “If I don’t get another chance to say this, I just want to say I’m so proud to be a part of a movie that addressed mental health issues, they’re so important.”
Gaga then urged people who suspect someone they know may be struggling with their mental health to intervene and help them.
“If you see someone that’s hurting, don’t look away,” she encouraged.
“If you’re hurting, even if it might be hard, try to find that bravery within yourself to dive deep and go tell somebody and take them up in your head with you.”
Gaga and Bradley won in a category including Christina Aguilera and Demi Lovato, Backstreet Boys and Maroon 5 and Cardi B.
Lady Gaga fights back tears as she delivers emotional acceptance speech at Grammys 2019.