Victoria Monet says she won’t be bringing her daughter to red carpet events after Grammys ‘disaster’

Victoria Monét has announced that she will not be accompanying her daughter on the red carpet after taking her to the 2024 Grammys.

In a Wednesday interview with Entertainment Tonight at the Billboard Women in Music Awards,

the 34-year-old singer described it as a "disaster" to bring her two-year-old daughter Hazel to the Grammy Awards in February with her partner, 

John Gaines. Monét won three Grammys at the 2024 ceremony, including Best New Artist, Best R&B Album, and Best Non-Classical Engineered Album for her debut Jaguar II.

At the moment, the "On My Mama" singer-songwriter wore matching costumes with her daughter, both wearing beautiful brown satin skirts. 

Hazel donned a cute tiny frock with hair bows, while Monét chose a floor-length bodice gown with corset detailing. However, as the family of three walked the red carpet together,

Hazel appeared to be downhearted, putting a melancholy, put-out expression on her face.

"The last carpet was a disaster, so I think we're gonna give it a couple years," Monét told the magazine.

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