An eye-catching fashion choice is not sitting well with some Oscar watchers.

On Sunday night, 27-year-old singer-songwriter Tems attended the Academy Awards, where she was nominated Best Original Song.

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She was nominated alongside Rihanna, Ryan Coogler and Ludwig Göransson for their song “Lift Me Up”, from “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever”.

But while her nomination was a big deal, it was her outfit that got all the attention.

Tems arrived on the red carpet wearing a white gown designed by Lever Couture, with a notably large white lace headpiece.

Posing for photos, the dress was a stunner, but inside the auditorium, viewers were a bit concerned the headpiece may have been too big.

As some on Twitter pointed out, the headpiece appeared to be causing problems for the people sitting nearby, including a man sitting next to her, who appeared to be leaning out of the way to get a view.

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Canadian actor Devon Sawa shared a photo on Twitter, saying that he was sitting behind Tems.

“Good news is, I’m at the Oscars,” the joked. “Bad news is I can’t see a thing.”