Between hair, makeup, and having the right glam squad, getting ready for the Grammys can be nerve reckoning even if you're Cardi B. But of course, The 'Bodak Yellow' star nailed it at the 60th Grammy Award looking a lot like Selena Quintanilla's past red carpet look.
The Dominican-Trinidadian rapper hit the red carpet as she turned heads in her white angel-winged inspired Ashi Studio short gown and effortlessly elegant updo.
Like come on, S-L-A-Y!
The Bronx-born star lived up to her lyrics, "Let me wrap my weave up/ I'm the trap Selena." Though no one will ever compare to the beloved Tejeana icon, the former Love & Hip Hop reality star candidly resembled Selena.
The masterminds behind the Dominican beauty's glam squad were celebrity stylist, Tokyo, along with A-lister MUA, Erika Roman.
Looks like Cardi's team was inspired by the 'Como La Flor' singer's 1994 iconic and beautiful Grammy look when she took home a win for the 'Best Mexican/American Album'. From the loose strands of hair paired with her high messy bun, it's safe to say channeled the late Mexican-American icon in a major way.
Even though there was no red lipstick, the rapper as known as Belcalis Almanzar killed the game with her first Grammys red carpet style.
While Selena's beauty look still inspired the red carpet today, we must say the young Bodak Yellow star truly looked divine.
Here's a flashback to when Selena Quintanilla won her 'Best Mexican/American Album' in 1994.