Ice Spice took a little inspiration from the Princess — and Queen — of Pop when designing her 2023 Video Music Awards red carpet look.
The “Deli” singer, who took home the Moon Man for Best New Artist, put her own spin on Britney Spears’ iconic white lace look from the 2003 awards show Tuesday night.
Designed by Dolce & Gabbana, the outfit featured the same bodice-style top and mini skirt, which she paired with long layered necklaces and a large cross pendant.
Yet while Spears only had a sliver of lace lining the bottom of her skirt, the rapper opted for a full lace-tiered tutu.
The 23-year-old also added long lace sleeves and tights to her rendition, which she amped up with a thick silver choker and stilettos.
She later shared a photo of Spears in the iconic outfit — which was supposed to look like a deconstructed wedding gown — to her Instagram Story followed by a sketch of her own look.
Spears famously wore the frock 20 years prior when she kissed Madonna on stage while performing the latter’s song “Hollywood” with Christina Aguilera.
Ironically, Spears’ outfit was actually a reference to Madonna’s 1984 VMA dress.
The “Material Girl” singer wore a white lace bustier dress complete with a tulle skirt adorned with small white hearts during the first-ever MTV VMAs.
The now 65-year-old, who paired the wedding dress with matching gloves and a belt that read “Boy Toy,” performed her hit single “Like a Virgin” for the first time while wearing the elaborate outfit — and things didn’t go too well.
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In fact, during an August 2022 appearance on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon,” Madonna explained that she thought her career was over after she accidentally flashed the crowd in the daring dress.
According to the “Vogue” singer, as she stepped down from her massive wedding cake set, one of her shoes slipped off.
“I got to the bottom and I start dancing around and my white stiletto pumps fell off, and I was trying to do this smooth move, like dive for the shoe and make it look like it was choreography,” she explained. “My dress flipped up and my butt was showing. Can you imagine?”
She continued, “Those were the days when you shouldn’t show your butt to have a career. Now it’s the opposite. But it happened by accident, and I didn’t even know my butt was showing. It wasn’t even the whole butt, it was just like a butt cheek, like half of a butt cheek.”
Despite the mishap, her performance — and outfit choice — is still praised to this day.
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