On Monday, the singer revealed she was “accidentally high AF” during music’s biggest night.
“Note to self, don’t eat a bunch of pot muffins before the Grammys red carpet,” King, 27, wrote on Instagram along with a screenshot of herself during a red carpet interview.
At the star-studded soireé, King, who attended Sunday’s show with country star Dierks Bentley, exhibited flower power with her Teuta Matoshi gown and a Lirika Matoshi floral crown, which she now regrets choosing.
“Sometimes when you’re accidentally high af from pot muffins, you don’t realize you’re A F–KING SNAPCHAT FILTER until after the Grammys and people tell you,” the daughter of actor Rob Schneider captioned her second marijuana-referencing screengrab.
King was nominated for best country duo/group performance for her duet with Bentley, “Different for Girls.”
“I thought it would be a cool collaboration,” Bentley, 42, told PEOPLE on the red carpet. “She’s who I wanted and I got her. It’s the perfect person with the right song. It’s not a standard country song. It took the right person to make it come alive, and she was the person so I got really lucky.”
King previously earned two nominations last year for “Ex’s & Oh’s” in the best rock song and best rock performance categories.