He started as a Youtube sensation, before earning international acclaim as a bona fide pop star.
And Troye Sivan, 22, arrived at Los Angeles International Airport on Friday, as he prepares to take the Grammys by storm next week.
Proving he can pull off almost any ensemble, the ‘Youth’ singer still managed to look stylish in a pair of track pants and simple T-shirt.
Casual chic! ARIA winning pop star Troye Sivan still looks stylish as he tucks his T-shirt into a pair of track pants at LAX…as the 22-year-old returns from a Grammy’s event
Troye tucked his white top into a pair of grey pants with the phrase ‘When A Fire Starts To Burn’ printed on one leg.
He was seen walking without through the terminal without luggage, having just returned from a trip to New York City.
On Monday, he’ll likely attend the Grammy Awards at Madison Square Garden, an event he’s been lucky enough to appear at several times in his short career.
White hot! Troye tucked his white top into a pair of grey pants with the phrase ‘When A Fire Starts To Burn’ printed on one leg
It’s unclear if Troye is definitely planning on attending the event, which would mean he’d have to hop on his second cross-country flight in the space of a few days.
He’s still yet to nab a coveted Grammy nomination to go with the two ARIAs he won in 2016, including one for Best Song (Youth).
The singer was front and centre at Delta Airlines pre-Grammy’s party on Wednesday, this time opting for jeans.
Grammys! On Monday, he’ll likely attend the Grammy Awards at Madison Square Garden, an event he’s been lucky enough to appear at several times in his short career
Following the A-list event, it appears Troye quickly departed the Big Apple, taking to Instagram to share a picture followed by a lengthy caption.
‘New York — I can always count on you to give me the most intense, surreal, experiences of my life. This week was no exception. Miss u all already,’ he wrote.
On Saturday, the star performed on Saturday Night Live at NBC’s studios at the Rockefeller Center.
It was an event Troye described as a ‘dream come true’.