Taylor Swift stuns in risqué sheer black lace catsuit at Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame Ceremony

All eyes were on Taylor Swift as she attended the 36th annual Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame Ceremony over the weekend.

The 31-year-old singer stole the show with her risqué outfit and electrifying performance as she took to the stage at the Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse in Ohio to pay tribute to 2021 inductee Carole King.

As she belted out a cover of King's 'Will You Love Me Tomorrow,' Swift wowed in a beautiful black skin-tight catsuit, made up of intricate sheer floral lace.

The catsuit from UK-based designer Sarah Regensburger — aptly titled the Wicked Catsuit — also featured long sleeves and a high neck.

According to stylist Joseph Cassell, the 'Love Story' hitmaker paired the catsuit with a full-length gold bodysuit by Greta Constantine.

To finish off her eye-catching look, Swift accessorised with a YSL blazer, black Louis Vuitton ankle boots featuring a sleek gold chain and Djula jewellery.

Before introducing King during the ceremony, Swift first spoke about the impact her music has had on her — and the entire world.

"I grew up dancing around the living room in socked feet to the sounds of Carole's soulful voice, her infectious melodies and lyrics that I, a seven-year-old, thought had been crafted for my exact, specific life experience," she said, adding that she still feels that "same tingle of recognition" when listening to King's music as an adult.

"She is an immensely generous artist in every sense of that term. She has given us all so much. And that's why I'm moved and honoured to be here this evening to give something back to her."

Go Taylor!