- YouTuber and comedian Lilly Singh arrived at the 2020 Grammys on Sunday carrying Skittles in a clear clutch.
- Singh shared the Skittles with reporters and photographers at the red carpet, writing “Sharing is caring” on her Instagram Story.
- Singer Maggie Rogers also carried a unique accessory at the Grammys: a water bottle on a chain.
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YouTuber and comedian Lilly Singh carried an edible accessory with her to the 2020 Grammys red carpet: a clutch full of Skittles.
Singh shared a behind-the-scenes look at her translucent bag full of Skittles on her Instagram Story before arriving at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California, for the awards show on Sunday.
The host of NBC’s “A Little Late with Lilly Singh,” who has almost 15 million subscribers on YouTube, was pictured sharing the sweets straight from her clutch with photographers and reporters who were lined up at the Grammys red carpet.
In another post on her Instagram Story, Singh shared a video of herself giving Skittles to the red-carpet reporters, writing: “Sharing is caring.”
In addition to arriving with a bag filled with candies, Singh wore a chartreuse-colored, one-shoulder gown from Georges Chakra, a designer that has also dressed stars including Jameela Jamil and Priyanka Chopra.
Singh accessorized with gold hoop earrings and wore her hair in a sleek side ponytail.
Singh wasn’t the only star to walk the Grammys red carpet with a unique accessory.
Singer Maggie Rogers arrived carrying a water bottle on a chain. Rogers’ gold water bottle and black carrying case matched her Chanel gown — from the designer’s Pre-Fall 2014 collection — which was embellished with metallic star details.
Fans of Rogers seemed to love her water bottle case, as many shared their thoughts on Twitter.
—Anjel Lopez (@anjellopezz) January 27, 2020
—michele (@michhalru) January 27, 2020
—Laura Norkin (@inLaurasWords) January 27, 2020
Representatives of Lilly Singh, Georges Chakra, Chanel, and Maggie Rogers did not immediately respond to Insider’s request for comment.