|pretty but pitchy|
James Corden’s physical comedy would have been funnier if it was unintentional.
|'GLORY BE TO GAWD THIS AWARD IS FO JEEZUSSSAAA'!|
Then Michael Jackson’s daughter introduces her father’s wannabe…
Ed Sheeran…his music is so forgettable to me…and so was the performance.
Beyoncé…I’m not sure when she started or ended I just know whatever she was doing eased my menstrual cramps. Also feel like her words were meant to address the current state of fuckery towards the end (the lyrics in the song and the speech together).
I mean…everything after this is basically background noise.
...then there was a fluff piece where Blue Ivy and her friend had to teach a bunch of irrelevant people how to sing Sweet Caroline.
|...as soon as I see this '90s track suit I'm like, here we go... :/|
|The way Blu looked up at her when she came out looking like a cosmic deity made me want a daughter.|
...then Adele comes out again…with the creepiest fucking version of Fast Love ever…and she fucks up like…gurl. I cannot. Do they even have time? I know I don’t have time and Beyoncé would NEVER.
Laverne Cox struts on to the stage and presents Lady Gaga and Metallica…which was just as awkward as James Hetfield’s mic not working in the first part of the performance.
Bee Gees tribute from Demi and Tori and others…I feel like that’s all these two ever do at award shows…the whole thing was lackluster, but at least the bee gee guy seemed to enjoy Demi’s yelling.
Adele wins something over Beyoncé...the usual blasphemy.
It was loud and legit.
Well, I’m about to be brief:
Chance the Rapper Kirk Franklin and Tamela Mann--amen
John Legend and Cynthia Erivo--real pretty
I’m not gonna lie I fell asleep and when I woke up Adele was talking about Beyonce and her black friends…
|I had to include this photo in case people forgot the one time a black woman was allowed to win album of the year--I'm pretty sure this is why we keep forgiving Lauryn Hill for being...Lauryn Hill.|
This was the most sonically diverse Grammys I’ve ever seen performance-wise (obviously the same white mediocrity was still rewarded as usual). Even though I didn’t particularly like every performer at least they showcased the best quality version of what was being presented whether it was a country act, rock act or hip hop. They really didn’t have to go on for so long, but at least more than a few people made it worth it.
Fashion Faves...there were a lot of people literally trolling the red carpet this year so I actually included some people I had never even heard of because they were part of the few who didn’t look like shit…