AceShowbiz - TikToker Dylan Mulvaney made her first public appearance after undergoing facial feminization two months ago. The star, who has over 10.4 million followers on the social media platform, made her red carpet debut at the 2023 Grammy Awards on Sunday, February 5 at the Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles.
For music's biggest night, Dylan opted for a crimson red halter neck gown by Christian Siriano that featured cut-outs on the side. For her brunette hair, the 26-year-old styled it in an elegant updo as she oozed old school Hollywood glamour. At the event, she posed at the red carpet alongside fellow TikToker Chris Olsen, whom she referred to as "hot date" in her Instagram Stories.
Prior to her arrival, Dylan also revealed her excitement in meeting Harry Styles. The "Falling" hitmaker, who earned six nominations at this year's ceremony, was set to hit the stage to perform.
Dylan's Grammys red carpet debut arrived nearly two months after she did facial feminization surgery. The trans activist unveiled the procedure's results in what she called a "face reveal" video on January 27. "You know I have a flare for the dramatics, but it's so good, right?" Dylan said at the time. "I'm so happy. It's still me. It's just a little bit softer of a version."
According to Dylan, the surgery, which took multiple hours, included hairline advancement, a brow bone shave, a rhinoplasty, minor cheek enhancement, a little lip lift, a jaw shave, a chin reduction and a tracheal shave. "FFS is sort of like a choose your own adventure," she explained in a TikTok clip on January 30.
"You can get one of those things. You can get all of them. You can get none of them," she continued. "It's really whatever you have dysphoria over."
Dylan additionally called the surgery "an extremely privileged procedure," adding, "Had I not been trans, these wouldn't have been changes that I would have sought out. But because of my gender dysphoria, I felt I need it. And I want us to all start viewing FFS as just as important as other gender-affirming health care."