Ariana Grande Wore a Glinda-Coded Pink Dress and Matching Cape to the 2024 Oscars

Glinda the Good Witch has entered the building.



Ariana Grande doesn't always gift us with her presence at awards shows, but when she does, she goes all out. The pop star, who just released her brand-new album Eternal Sunshine on Friday, arrived on the 2024 Oscars red carpet channeling her Wicked character in her most Glinda-coded look yet.

Offsetting the streamlined silhouette of her strapless baby pink column dress by Giambattista Valli Haute Couture, Grande layered on a matching cape with extended proportions that included a long train and larger-than-life sleeves. She kept the all-pink theme going with gorgeous Tiffany & Co. diamond jewelry, pointed-toe pumps, and even her glam. Grande paired her blonde curly ponytail with pink glossy lips, muted pink eyeshadow, and a swirl of pink blush to each of her cheeks.



The star is set to present during the ceremony, though it is unclear if she'll take the stage with her Wicked co-stars Cynthia Erivo and Michelle Yeoh, who are also slated to appear tonight. Earlier this year, Grande and Erivo attended the Super Bowl in Las Vegas to promote the highly-anticipated forthcoming film, which hits theaters this Thanksgiving. The very first trailer was also released in an ad spot during the big game.

This year is shaping up to be a big one for Grande. Not only is she starring in what is sure to be one of the year's biggest films, but her latest musical release is already garnering serious praise; Rolling Stone called it "some of the most honest and inventive music of her career." She performed new music from the project last night on Saturday Night Live along with host Josh Brolin, who plays Gurney in Dune: Part Two.

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During Saturday night's performance, Grande sang "We Can't Be Friends (Wait for Your Love)" and "Imperfect for You" off the new album, and even appeared in a few sketches. Despite SNL's New York location, the star somehow managed to make it back to Los Angeles just in time for Hollywood's biggest night. Perhaps, a high-speed broomstick and a bit of magic helped.

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