Doja Cat Brings the 20s Musical Theatre Dreams to Life
Updated: Oct 21
Under golden lights and sparkles, with a JUICY stage of capital letters in the style of the best Broadway shows, this 24-year-old girl brought us a presentation full of elegance, cabaret, and sensuality.
The artist nominated for best R&B song for 'Juicy' ft Tyga, surprised us at the last edition of the Billboard Music Awards with a presentation inspired by the 1920s. Her movements and style, taken from the film, gave her an original and catchy touch to this show version of his songs 'Juicy', 'Say So' and, 'Like That'
Her performance impressed more than one with praise in her social media by great artists such as Cristina Aguilera and with a post on Instagram of her presentation with more than 409 thousand likes and two thousand comments.
Doja Cat- Juicy/Say So/Like That (BBMA performance via Doja Cat)
Along with dancers with sultry, stylized female touches, Doja Cat gifted us with an iconic choreography to the 1972 hit Broadway by cinematographer Bob Fosse. Her confident and sensual style captured the red and white lights backed by a wooden chair that highlighted her potential.
Under the creative styling of Brett Alan Nelson, with a Roxie-style outfit by Renee Zellweger with the typical bob with waves to the guide of the 20s plus a fringed and silver sequin dress with sparkling touches and lustful and stunning crystals as her talent.
Doja Cat Interview 2020 Billboard Music Awards 2020 via StageRightSecrets
Not only her cabaret-style left everyone hypnotized, but also her awards entrance outfit, a Georges Hobeika mermaid cut dress and transparent mesh with silver and violet crystals by Lorraine Schwartz that exalted her figure complemented with Amina Muaddi shoes along with to a hair styled by Jared "JStayReady" Henderson pumpkin colour, worthy of the Autumn 2020 season, and a makeup custom by Adam Burrell in warm tones and peach to match.
With a great explosive ending, Doja Cat closed its presentation with a memorable show... we keep snapping our fingers with this version and we want more!
Words by Cami Martinez