Grammys 2020 10 Best, Worst, and Most WTF Moments

Deborah Who: Taken by itself, the three-and-a-half-hour ordeal of the 2020 Grammys was a celebrity extravaganza just like any other year.

Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani Deliver a Spark-Free Duet: Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani’s live debut of their duet “Nobody But You,” gave us bedroom vibes for all the wrong reasons. 

Boyz II Men Soundtrack a Stirring Kobe Tribute: One can only imagine the behind-the-scenes chaos at the Grammys when the news hit Sunday afternoon that Kobe Bryant.

West Coast Icons Nipsey and Kobe Get a Fitting Memorial: The fact that a musician as regional, insular, and independent as Nipsey Hussle was given a tribute at this year’s Grammys.

Best: Lizzo Welcomes You to the Grammys, Bitch: It’s not often that an awards show begins with a truly showstopping performance, but from the moment Lizzo stepped on the Grammy.

Best of the Night: Tyler, the Creator Burns the House Down: For a fleeting moment during the 62nd Grammys, Tyler, the Creator remade the geriatric award show in his chaotic pastel image.

Billie Eilish Gets Victory Fatigue From Her Many Wins: Billie Eilish left the Staples Center with five Grammys, locking in the four major categories — Record of the Year, Album of the Year.

WTF: Alicia Keys Goes Off on a Rambling Grammy Riff: Now a seasoned Grammys host, not to mention recipient, Alicia Keys has fully honed her act as the Academy’s resident sensitive drama teacher. 

Skeletor Guy’ Incites Mass Confusion: Ariana Grande and her Cinderella dress got a prime aisle seat in the front row Sunday.

Lil Nas X and Friends Take a Silly, Surreal Victory Lap: It wasn’t Carpool Karaoke as much as it was diorama karaoke.

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