54th Annual Grammy Awards
February 15, 2012 by staff
54th Annual Grammy Awards, Looking back at Sunday night’s Grammy Awards, there are a lot of hot topics to be discussed ranging from who said what, who wore what and how homage was paid while remembering Whitney Houston to the performances and Grammy award winners.
No doubt music’s biggest night was disrupted by the untimely death of Houston but her spirit was very much alive within the Staples Center and with that being said, all that the music industry had to offer last night should be praised and applauded as well.
Nicki Minaj walked the red carpet arm-in-arm with a man dressed as the pope. Needless to say, Minaj wore an outfit in which E! host, Giuliana Rancic, described as a costume rather than a fashionable piece.
Host LL Cool J paid respect by saying a prayer at the beginning of the affair which was followed by an amazing performance by Bruce Springsteen And The E Street Band.
Other most talked about happenings include the teary and very touching tribute Jennifer Hudson put on for Houston.
Chris Brown and Rihanna were both invited back to the GRAMMY’s as performers after the circumstances that took place a few years back, and shockingly, Brown ended up taking home the award for Best R&B Album for F.A.M.E..
The hyped dance segment featuring Chris Brown, Deadmau5, Foo Fighters, David Guetta and Lil Wayne lived up to its standards as well.
Sunday night was one of the most phenomenal Grammy awards show to date, it’s almost impossible to cover all the spectacular happenings of the night.
Worthy of mention though is the Grammy’s goddess, Adele, who not only put on an unbelievable performance post vocal-cord surgery, but who also captivated the night rolling in six awards, including Record of the Year, Album of the Year, Song of the Year, Best Pop Solo Performance, Best Pop Vocal Album and Best Short Form Music Video. At this point, Adele should be thanking her ex-boyfriend for breaking her heart because who knows if she’d produce music as deep as it is if it hadn’t come from personal experience!
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