February 14, 2011 by Post Team
Yolanda Adams, Yolanda Adams joins a group of girls tonight, famous for the Grammy Awards for the tribute to Aretha Franklin’s opening. They sang songs like “You Make Me Feel” and gave quite a show. Yolanda, a renowned gospel singer, has added a few chops to the vocal performance, which also starred Christina Aguilera, Jennifer Hudson, Martina McBride, and Florence Welch.
The 53rd Grammy Awards ceremony began with a tribute to Aretha Franklin, who watched at home due to recent health problems. The tribute to the Queen of Soul featuring Christina Aguilera, Jennifer Hudson, Florence Welch, Yolanda Adams, and Martina McBride songs mark interpretation impressive collection of Franklin soul. No wonder the voice Aguilera powerhouse was here, and just for the record, she did not botch a word.
Christina Aguilera has been a tough week, first botching the national anthem at the Super Bowl in Dallas, and now falling on stage during the tribute to Aretha Franklin Grammy Awards last night. It succeeded thanks to the performance without soiling her words, but when leaving the scene took a fall.
It seems to be well, however, and when all was said and done, the tribute was simply incredible. Jennifer Hudson joins Aguilera, Martina McBride, Florence Welch and Yolanda Adams for the first performance of the night, and in my opinion, the best performance of the evening.
Grammy performance can be a strange mix of singers from different genres to take into medleys. Clearly the voice of Jennifer Hudson is suited to this music, like Yolanda Adams. McBride, a superstar of country music, is perhaps a bit out of place to sing soul music, but held her own with “divas.”
What do you think the Grammy Awards 2011 with the honor Aretha Franklin? Yolanda Adams was grooving all the time and does it justice major song. After checking these pictures and the full video,
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