55th Grammy Awards get better with age

February 15, 2013

Sunday night was a huge night for music; it was also one of the most entertaining award shows ever. The Grammys really put on an amazing production this year and chose some very talented artists, writers and producers as winners and performers.

The opening number to the Grammys started a battle between Directioners and Swifites when the fans took to Twitter, blabbering about what she did, did Taylor really find it necessary to use a British accent in her spoken part of WANEGBT? Guess so. What a slap in the face to Harry Styles, poor kid.  Aside from that little introduction, the Grammy’s were full of fresh collaborations, inspiring acceptance speeches and well-deserved awarding. From Bruno Mars with Sting, and Justin Timberlake with Beyonce a lot of unexpected moments turned into perfect pairings. Congratulations to Dan Auerbach, who won four of the six awards he casino online was nominated for and swept the stage with the most of those little gold trophies. Auerbach is producer, vocalist and guitarist for The Black Keys. Along with his band, Gotye, Skrillex, Kanye West, and Jay-Z all took home three awards. Fun. did pretty well and took the Grammys for Song Of The Year and Best New Artist. Other important awards given included Mumford and Sons getting Album Of The Year for Babel, Usher with Best R&B Performance for Climax and Best Rap/ Sung Collaboration going to Jay-Z & Kanye West Featuring Frank Ocean & The-Dream for No Church In The Wild.

What were some of your favorite performances? Check out this video below of some of the best moments from The Wallstreet Journal.

-Brooke P.


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