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Mariah Carey Has The Sweetest Response To Megan Thee Stallion And Dua Lipa’s ‘Diva-Off’ Tribute At The Grammys!

We love a great tribute!

Dua Lipa and Megan Thee Stallion were shocked when they stepped onto the stage at the 64th Annual Grammy Awards wearing the same custom-made dress by Versace.

“You stole my look,” Megan playfully stated before Dua Lipa responded, “Well, I was told I have the exclusive. I’m going to have to have a talk with Donatella.”

Although both entertainers were initially taken aback at the twinning moment at Sunday’s Grammy Awards, the stars were quickly relieved when designer Donatella Versace came to the rescue with quick alterations.

“Thank you, Donatella! Now we both look like winners,” Megan expressed while showing off her new look. The ladies—who recently dropped their first musical collaboration "Sweetest Pie"— later presented Olivia Rodrigo with the Best New Artist Award.

Quickly, Twitter began to compare the 2022 Grammys moment to the iconic moment at the 1998 MTV VMAs when Mariah Carey and the late Whitney Houston sashayed on stage in the same “one-of-a-kind” dress. The famous singers later altered their dresses to reveal unique looks. Take a look iconic moment that happened more than 20 years ago.

According to People, Versace confirmed in a press release that the moment was a tribute to Houston and Carey's famous "diva off" at the 1998 MTV Video Music Awards.

Mariah Carey took to Twitter to respond to the viral tribute, writing to the late Whitney Houston, "love you and miss you Queen."

We miss you too, Whitney! 

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