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15 Cutest (and Most Cringe-Worthy) Moments at the Grammys

Didn’t get a chance to catch the Grammys the other night? It’s fine, we’ve got you covered with a list of everything you should definitely know for any topic of conversation. Don’t get left out this time.

 

CeeLo Green (a.k.a. Gnarly Davidson) arrives at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards on Feb. 12 in Los Angeles.
CeeLo Green (a.k.a. Gnarly Davidson) arrives at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards on Feb. 12 in Los Angeles. Photo Credit: Frazier Harrison/Getty Images Judayah Murray | 101 Magazine
  1. Cee-Lo Green showed up looking like everything from the reason we can’t have the golden touch to a Ferrero Rocher chocolate. Record sales must be looking a little dry these days.

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    2. Joy Villa made a huge political statement on the red carpet in her #MAGA/Trump-dedicated gown. Four straight years of looking tacky as all get out for attention, but apparently she hit the nail on the head this time. Her music sales reportedly skyrocketed after her appearance.



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    Jay Z and Blue Ivy at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards on Feb. 12 in Los Angeles. Photo Credit: Christopher Polk/Getty Images Judayah Murray | 101 Magazine
    Jay Z and Blue Ivy (left) and ScHoolboy Q and daughter Joy Hanley (right) at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards on Feb. 12 in Los Angeles. Photo Credit: Christopher Polk/Getty Images
    ScHoolboy Q and daughter Joy Hanley at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards on Feb. 12 in Los Angeles.
    Photo Credit: Christopher Polk/Getty Images Judayah Murray | 101 Magazine
  2.  ScHoolboy Q’s daughter and Blue Ivy accidentally showed up in the same ‘fit. Talk about embarrassing.
  3. The 59th Annual Grammy Awards show started off with a bang as host James Corden came tumbling down the steps on live television.

5. Rihanna got drunk. Very drunk. Shout out to her bedazzled flask, though!

6. Solange won her first ever Grammy for “Cranes in the Sky” — Best R&B Performance of the Year.

7. Beyoncé’s showed us just how strong her fallback game is.

8. Having a rough start with off-key vocals, Adele opted to restart her song during a tribute to George Michael in good old “Itty Bitty Piggy” fashion. “Bring that beat the f*** back, Holiday!”

9. Lady Gaga rose from the fiery pits of Hell to perform with Metallica.

10. A Tribe Called Quest called out President Donald Trump, or as Busta Rhymes referred to him, President Agent Orange, for his “unsuccessful attempt at the Muslim ban.” They invited a group of racially diverse individuals to fill the stage and the aisles to represent America coming together to “resist.”

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Bruno Mars performs in a tribute to the late artist Prince at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards. Photo Credit: Kevin Winter/WireImage.com Judayah Murray | 101 Magazine
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Photo Credit: https://i.ytimg.com/vi/cIPNRwf0mzU/maxresdefault.jpg Judayah Murray | 101 Magazine

11. Spongebob blessed us all with a sick guitar solo.

No wait, sorry! That was actually Bruno Mars during his tribute to the one and only Prince!

12. Chance the Rapper brought us to church with Kirk Franklin and Tamela Mann. That was the most Jesus some of the viewers had received all Sunday. Thanks, Lil Chano!

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Adele accepts the award for Album Of The Year at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards on Feb. 12 in Los Angeles. Photo Credit: Kevin Winter/WireImage.com Judayah Murray | 101 Magazine


13. Adele dedicated her Album of the Year award to Beyoncé. Like, she actually snapped the trophy in half and gave her a piece … Mean Girls-style!

14. Gary Owen thought he had the authority to invite other fellow white people to the black BBQ. Black Twitter reminded him that he most certainly did not.


15. As soon as the Grammys went off air, DJ Khaled announced a new single featuring Jay-Z and Beyonce — “Shining.”

 

Judayah Murray

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