The 59th Grammy Awards was so jam packed with so many amazing moments – from Beyonce pulling out a wild performance to Adele breaking on of her grammy awards into half – it’s hard to pick which one was the best! Check out the top highlights from music’s biggest night!
Beyonce slaying while pregnant with twins.
Is it any surprise that Beyonce would bring down the house down, even while pregnant with two children? In her first performance since announcing Blue Ivy, 5, was about to become a big sister, Bey used holograms, tons of religious imagery and a swarm of backup dancers to leave the audience asking for more. It was less of a performance and more of a visual work of art. It’s also a moment that everyone will be talking about for years.
Carpool Karaoke featuring literally everyone – including Blue!
Speaking of Bey and Jay Z’s 47, first daughter, she clearly proved she’s her mother’s daughter, snatching the spotlight right away from Grammy’s host James Corden, 38. James did an impromptu version of his hit segment with Jennifer Lopez, John Legend,Tim McGraw, Faith Hill, and Neil Diamond/ While singing “Sweet Caroline,” Blue came over to join in the fun and she left James literally speechless!
During a night that saw the late David Bowie win five Grammys and Bruno Mars, giving the best Prince tribute yet, the biggest emotional moment came from Adele. While celebrating the late George Michael with a new rendition of “Fast Love,” Adele made a mistake at the song’s beginning. Suddenly, she stopped the performance. “I can’t f*ck this up,” she said. “Not for him. Can we start it again?” The song restarted and she nailed it!
Beyonce Slays but Adele wins.
Adele took both home Song of the Year and Record of the Year, upsetting Beyonce in both categories. This was shocking to all those who thought Lemonade was a monumental, generation-shifting album. Even Adele was shocked she won. “There’s no way I can accept this honor,” she said, crying as she told Bey how much she loved her and how everyone else pales in comparison to her!
Chance The Rapper scored big
The 23-year-old Chicago rapper won his first ever Grammy award for Best Rap Performance for the track “No Problem” He also took the home the prestigious awards for Best New Artist and Best Rap Album. The rapper, who earned seven Grammy nominations this year, released his mixtape “Coloring Book” to mainstream success last year and has been on a wildly successful streak since.