Twin 4-year-old sisters have recreated Grammy awards fashion by capturing the hottest looks from this year’s red carpet.

With help from mom Adrea Garza, of Edmond, Oklahoma, Koti and Haven Garza dressed like several popular artists. The final results were shared on TikTok and Instagram.

“We spent the whole day yesterday doing all the different looks and they helped me pick things out,” Garza told “Good Morning America.” “They love fashion … they loved being able to pull clothes out of my closet and wear my jewelry. I got ‘cool mom’ points for it.”

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Koti dressed like Beyonce, Megan Thee Stallion and Taylor Swift.

Haven wore outfits similar to Noah Cyrus, Harry Styles and Lizzo.

Garza said she posted the girls’ styles on TikTok where the videos garnered about one million views, combined.

Recreating @grammys looks with my twin girls. @theestallion @lizzo @noahcyrus ##beyonce ##taylorswift ##harrystyles ##twingirls ##grammys

Koti and Haven’s first viral moment was in October, when they dressed as former President Donald Trump and President Joe Biden ahead of the 2020 election.

Garza said that next, she and her daughters are going to recreate looks inspired by this year’s Oscars.

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