Get ready to energize your life?
Top Offers Only Today
Support your health and step-up your mental focus
post in: LifeStyle, Songs Date:14 May 2013, 01:32 views:1136
Her rip-it-up-and-start-again tribute to George Michael was a startling highlight of this year's Grammy jennifer bash. She grabbed a bold pick from the George Michael songbook the long-forgotten 1996 "Fastlove a hedonistic disco trip that she reworked into a mournful piano elegy, repeating the final words, "I miss my baby." And when she couldn't nail the notes at first, she just.
What an emotional roundhouse kick of a performance. The 2017 Grammys were full of musical peaks: Beyonc staging her royal pregnancy-as-mushroom-trip pageant, A Tribe Called Quest stomping with political rage and humor, the Time squawk-funking through "The Bird." Plenty of garbage, too that's the nature of the Grammy game. But hey, at least they didn't let the Chainsmokers sing although the pop duo did accept David Bowie's posthumous award for "Blackstar a moment so hilariously wrong that Bowie probably would have loved.
In recent years, the Grammys have turned into the most consistently kicky of award galas, phasing out the actual prizes to make more room for live music. Cool J was missed, but James Corden made up for it with his hyper enthusiasm, especially his "Carpool Karaoke" routine, singing "Sweet Caroline" with Neil Diamond, Jennifer Lopez, John Legend, Jason Derulo, Keith lopez Urban, Tim McGraw, Faith Hill and Blue Ivy Carter, who ran across. Beyonc blew the roof off, as usual the Queen continued her grand tradition of hijacking an award gala and turning it into her own personal lopez baby shower, just like she did at the 2011 VMAs.
After an introduction from her mom Tina, Bey sang "Love Drought" and "Sandcastles" while doing an epic gold-hued maternity-themed chair dance (the most psychedelic vision of pregnancy since. Rosemary's Baby quite literally wearing a halo-halo-halo like a Renaissance painting of the Annunciation. By the end of the performance, Bey had acted out all five Glorious Mysteries of the Rosary and ascended to her own glittering Bey-heaven.
She kept it going with her excellent acceptance speech for. Lemonade, reading from a gold scroll to explain her tribute to "the profundity of deep Southern culture." It was awesome.
Beyonc performing "Love Drought" and "Sandcastles" during the 59th Grammy Awards. It was also badly needed, because the music got off to a feeble start until Bey showed. The first hour or so was a godawful sadgasm, like Keith Urban and Carrie Underwood doing a Style Council homage in a rave-themed glowstick cage.
The Weeknd articulated his pro-ejaculation sentiments in a Daft Punk duet that was just one Slash cameo away from turning into a Black Eyed Peas. Tron -themed Super Bowl halftime. Rihanna unfortunately didn't perform, but she offered a nonstop highlight reel of priceless reaction shots giving a passive-aggressive slow clap for.