GRAMMYS 2017: Glimpses of music's biggest night
Grammy is about the biggest stars in music getting together every year to watch each other perform, walk a red carpet, and balance an armload of golden gramophone statuettes.
Metallica and Lady Gaga arrive for the Grammys
It is a difficult task to engineer sound in the Grammy for they have more than a dozen different performers using different stages and backing sounds. This time the technical glitch was felt during the performance of Lady Gaga with Metallica.
Adele performs a tribute to the late George Michael
Adele was supposed to sing a slower-paced, more emotional version of George Michael’s “Fastlove” in tribute to the singer, but no more than five bars into the song, she stopped the performance, saying that she had to, “get this right,” and she started the performance over again.
Bruno Mars performs "Let's Go Crazy" during a tribute to the late singer Prince
Bruno took to the stage to perform Let’s Go Crazy, clad like the music icon Prince and banging out a solo on one of Prince’s signature guitars. At the end, Bruno proved he was pretty much the best person for the job.
Lady Gaga crowd surfs as she performs "Moth into Flame" with Metallica
During Lady Gaga and Metallica performing together, “Moth Into Flame” from Hardwired... to Self-Destruct, the mic seemed not liking the heavy music.
Carrie Underwood and Keith Urban performing
Keith Urban and Carrie Underwood performed their electronic-tinged duet “The Fighter” on the 2017 Grammy Awards on Sunday night. Although “The Fighter” is a departure from the styles favoured by both artists, the collaboration worked like a charm. Underwood wailed and gave an urgent performance that resembled those singers who appear on electronic dance tracks, while Urban was clearly having a ball with the pop-leaning arrangements.
Beyonce accepts the Grammy for Best Urban Contemporary Album for "Lemonade"
Despite losing out to Adele on her major nominations for the night, Beyoncé still puts on an incredible show during her performance to close out the telecast’s first hour. She started the set with a hologram interactive of her, her daughter Blue Ivy, and her mother interacting in various poses that represented fertility, femininity, and regality.