Grammy Awards Bring Drama, Dancing and Epic Photo Bombs
The best in music came together for one crazy and unpredictable night!
From amazing performances to memorable speeches, we’ve compiled some of the biggest moments of the 2013 Grammy Awards.
The show kicked off with Taylor Swift‘s performance of “We Are Never Getting Back Together“. Does this remind anyone of “Alice In Wonderland“?
The first award went to Adele for Best Pop Solo Performance in “Set Fire To The Rain“. Before walking onstage, Adele received a congratulations hug from RiRi!
Before winning their first award as a band, Fun. performed their latest hit single “Carry On” in the pouring rain.
Wiz Khalifa‘s fiancee Amber Rose announced on the red carpet that their baby is due in three weeks! Thank goodness there was still time for Wiz to perform with Miguel.
The second award in the show went to “American Idol” alumna Carrie Underwood. She won Best Country Solo Performance for “Blown Away“. By the way, the country star wore $31 million in Jonathan Arndt jewels. Talk about “bling”.
Ever imagine whom you would thank once you won a Grammy? Your parents, band members, record label or maybe Jay-Z? We think Jay appreciated the shout out from Fun. after the band won for Song Of The Year. They would later win Best New Artist as well.
Together at last! J.T. and Beyonce’s other half, Jay-Z, took to the stage for a special performance of “Suit & Tie” and a new single titled “Pusher Lover Girl“. Justin’s moves sure have changed since the boy band days.
The Black Keys may have won the award for Best Rock Performance, but everyone was talking about the band’s pianist. Perhaps he was channeling “The Lion King“?
Drama! It doesn’t look like Chris Brown was too excited that Frank Ocean won Best Urban Contemporary Album for Channel Orange.
Live TV at it’s finest! As soon as Kelly Clarkson‘s album Stronger won Best Pop Vocal Album, the “American Idol” alumna hugged close friend Miranda Lambert so hard that their dresses almost got tangled.
Who wins for handling every situation with grace, humor and cutest cry face? Kelly does!
What could these two superstars be talking about? Sharing baby secrets, asking to duet together, organizing double dates with their men? Guess we can only imagine.
Taylor couldn’t resist dancing during to Bruno Mars and Mumford & Sons performances!
Gotye & Kimba celebrate their Record Of The Year win for “Somebody That I Used To Know“.
Bruno Mars, Sting, Ziggy Marley and Rihanna provided a memorable collaboration with their tribute to Bob Marley and his smash hit “Could You Be Loved“.
Mumford & Sons took home the top prize with Album Of The Year for Babel.
After winning Best Rap/Sung Collaboration with Jay-Z, Frank Ocean made the classic movie “Forrest Gump” a lot more hipster as he ran across the Grammy stage in a yellow suit.
The night wouldn’t be complete without an epic photo bomb. Surprise Ellen and Portia, Kelly can’t resist.