Did anyone notice how the production craziness kept diminishing as the show proceeded? And how the show was segmented across the range of pop musical styles?

First, Beyonce deserves all the awards she gets. She's amazing in every way. Did you catch the pre-grammy interview on 60 minutes? My sister and I disagree as to whether she requests specific costumes from her mother (who makes them all) or whether her mother takes her own initiative. Both options are a little horrifying. "Mom, could you make me a bright purple onesie with orange fins for sleeves out of half a yard of fabric?" "Yes dear, that does sound beautiful." Who cares, though? She looks great in everything and her flamboyant outfits make me want to cut a rug. Also: Her video with Lady Gaga! "I'm on a motorcycle! It's not going anywhere, but no one cares because I rock!" I loved her grammy mash-up. The end's all, "Yeah, I just did that. I put a lot into it. Thanks. See ya." Like effin batman, she is.

I'm not a big fan of Pink, but I need to point out her amazing gymnastical twirliness. Sister says: "She wants to be a sprinkler. That's what she wants." We both wondered how the insurance worked with that. It looks very dangerous.

We were asking how high was too high with Pink, but now we know that there is no end to those ga-ga legs ! What a cool performance with Elton John of the crazy glasses. And that bodysuit was a performance in itself!(It's fun to be cheesy, right?)

Something I didn't need to know: There's a country band called Lady Antebellum. The Los Angeles Times says the song "I Need You Now" is "maybe the most romantic song ever written about a drunken booty call." Says Aamra: "Everything's prewar/postwar with these people." And America, America, America. Welcome! Welcome, Zac Brown Band. Kenny Rogers, is that you? Welcome, Kenny Rogers, to America.

Everyone knows that the Black-Eyed Peas rock. Boom Box Robots! Brilliant idea!

I was really disappointed to see that Bon Jovi participated in the crime against humanity that is "You Can't Go Home" (that song's a great reason to avoid the radio) but he (and America, who voted for the inclusion of "Living on a Prayer) redeemed himself with his final tune. Who wasn't belting out "Living On a Prayer" with him? I had no idea that the "whoo ah whoo a whooah" at the beginning originates from human lips.

Taylor Swift is so cute and pretty, hardworking and talented. I hate her music. Album of the year? What the heck! Where is Kanye West when you need him? "Music starts playin' like the end of a sad movie?" Thanks for describing that to me, Taylor. It sure is a lot easier than actually listening to a sad song. "What you've been lookin for has been here the whole time?" If he doesn't see it, he doesn't deserve you, Taylor. Why am I listening to you? You are nineteen! I am not a young adult! Where's Beyonce? I am so...scared.

Congratulations Taylor, there's nothing wrong with you.

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2 Responses to “Grammys”

  1. Natasha M. Heck says:

    Have you seen the video of Pink doing the song "Sober" at the MTV Music Awards? She is crazy and I love her music. She has an edge that I really like, and I love that the girl really sings during her performances and sounds completely amazing.

    Sounds like you guys had fun watching. I wish I was more into music lately.

    I want to go to NYC so I can see Green Day's musical. I saw the video for that and the cast sounds pretty good!

  2. a a says:

    I've heard the musical is awesome!

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