Grammys 2021 10 Best, Worst, and Most WTF Moments

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That Micro-Tribute to Eddie Van Halen: The Grammys surely had a tough time putting together the In Memoriam package this year.

Harry Styles Sets the Mood: The job of opening the 2021 Grammys fell to Harry Styles — he had the not entirely enviable task of being the first performer to try to communicate “Fun!

Lil Baby Brings Black Lives Matter to the Grammy Stage: Taking a cue from Kendrick Lamar’s infamous 2016 performance.

Best of the Night: The Astonishing Lack of Filler: The Grammys are a slog in even the best of years, since the producers typically cram the thing with endless acceptance speeches.

Megan Thee Stallion Radiates Sincerity and Class at the Podium: Megan Thee Stallion is an agile performer  the myriad ways she can shake her feel like a true feat — but an even more endearing person.

Best: The Carters’ Biggest Night: Overall, there was something more human than usual about this year’s Grammy Awards.

Trevor Noah Lands a String of Actually Funny One-Liners: The Grammys are often wildly self-serious — the show is so intent.

Bad Bunny and Jhay Cortez Revel in Reggaeton Futurism: Bad Bunny and Jhay Cortez brought boisterous energy to a rendition of “Dakiti.

No Live Rap Tributes: For all of the Grammys’ progress on issues of social justice and diversity.

The Socially Distanced Set-Up Feels Both Limitless and Intimate: As if to ease our nerves about an IRL ceremony, a few moments after opening the 63rd Grammy Awards.

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