10 Grammy Moments That Shouldn't Have Happened
The 56th annual Grammy Awards weren't half bad. The performances were slick, and the awards themselves seemed a bit more relevant than usual. (For the most part, at least.)
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But as with any live awards ceremony, there were bound to be a few awkward moments or less-than-stellar vocals. And, as usual, we're taking this opportunity to tell you about our favorite flubs of the night.
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From fashion failures to sing-songy screeching, here's the 10 Grammy moments we wish didn't happen:
Taylor Swift's Hair Dance
The majority of Taylor Swift's performance was lovely. The headbanging seemed kind of forced, though.
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Paula Patton's Zebra-Lion Dress
Paula Patton's dress featured two zebra-lions fighting over her cleavage.
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Nate Ruess's Voice
fun's Nate Ruess joined Pink during the second half of her performance to duet on their hit "Just Give Me a Reason." But he clearly wasn't on his A-game, and his vocals sometimes morphed into screeches.
Hey, Pharrell. The Arby's logo called. It wants its hat back.
Stevie Wonder's Flubbed Lyrics
Is it just us, or does Stevie not know any of the words to "Get Lucky" besides the chorus? But we can cut him some slack on that one, because that's really the only part we know, too.
We don't really know who Nadeea Volianova is, but from now on, we're probably just going to associate her with this hideous dress.
Putting Kacey Musgraves After Imagine Dragons and Kendrick Lamar
There was absolutely nothing wrong with Musgraves' performance of "Follow Your Arrow," but it was a victim of poor scheduling. In no way should it have followed Kendrick Lamar and Imagine Dragons, who brought the theater to their feet for a performance filled with smoke, strobe lights, paint splatters, and what seemed to be literal explosions.
Ringo Starr's Whole Thing
Ringo Starr suited up in a sparkly jacket to perform "Photograph" with his All-Starr Band (where he was lost in the sing-along), and later drummed along to Paul McCartney's newest single "Queenie Eye" (where he was lost under McCartney's usual drummer, Abe Laboriel Jr.).
The Final Performance Being Cut Short
The final performance of the night featured Nine Inch Nails and Queens of the Stone Age rocking out with Lindsey Buckingham of Fleetwood Mac, but viewers at home only got to see the first few moments before it cut out. Nine Inch Nails frontman Trent Reznor (right) was apparently upset, and soon shared his displeasure on Twitter.
Taylor Swift's Face
Swift was pretty sure she was getting that Record of the Year award. So sure, in fact, that when Daft Punk's name was called out as the winner instead of her, she busted out her signature "Gosh, I'm so surprised!" face anyway.
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