Singer Beyonce poses with her Grammy trophies in the press room during the 59th Annual Grammy music Awards on February 12, 2017, in Los Angeles, California. "I'm sorry. I can't", she said during Sunday's show, as her performance began to grow increasingly off-key, apologizing repeatedly for also swearing briefly in a moment censored by CBS.
"The Lemonade album, Beyoncé, was so monumental, and so well thought out, and so lovely and soul-bearing".
"We got to see another side to you that we don't always see. You are our light", Adele said to a visibly moved Beyonce.
"I felt like it was her time to win", she said. "I'm sorry if I offended anyone". It would have been easy to just power through her performance and have it be average, but average is not what made 25 the fastest-selling album of the 21st century. Another highlight of the night was when Beyonce took the stage to perform "Love drought" and "Sandcastles" from her album "Lemonade", for the first time since announcing her pregnancy.More news: Fossil Group, Inc. (NASDAQ:FOSL) Long-Term Growth Estimate At $3.8333
Thankfully improvising comes naturally to Gaga, and she solved the problem by sharing her microphone with Hetfield. So when it wasn't, she cursed, then started over on live TV. She was introduced by her mother, Tina Knowles.
British actress and singer Cynthia Erivo collected the award for best musical theatre album for The Color Purple.
"I wish Beyonce and her family all the best". Others, however, were more than happy to make their own political gestures.
Katy Perry wore her politics on her sleeve, with an armband emblazoned with the word "persist". Singer Skylar Grey was also carrying a pink LED-enabled clutch across which the words "Empowerment" and "Equality" were written. Bruno Mars, cosplaying as Prince, delivered an energetic rendition of "Let's Go Crazy"; Best Rap Album victor Chance the Rapper brought his trademark exuberance to a defiantly joyful performance of "How Great" and "All We Got".