Another Grammy Awards is in the books, and there were no shortage of crazy moments off-camera.
Taylor Swift kicked off the show with a world TV premiere performance of “Out of the Woods.” While many were wowed by her vocals, the night’s album of the year winner was not impressed. Swift, 26, was spotted wiping away tears and telling BFF Selena Gomez, “I missed that note.”
Even without a single nomination this year, Adele had the best time ever. (Although she did not expect to have technical issues during her “All I Ask” production.) The British singer was spotted singing along to Swift’s 1989 ballad with a beaming smile on her face.
Adele was clearly a big supporter of her peers as she was also lip-synching toThe Weeknd‘s “Can’t Feel My Face” and led a standing ovation even before he was done with his performance medley. She also met her “Hello” soulmate, Lionel Richie!
Speaking of Richie, the prolific songwriter was honored with a special musical tribute that had proud wife Chrissy Teigen singing along and swaying in her seat during husband John Legend‘s segment. And backstage, Wilmer Valderrama was proudly watching girlfriend Demi Lovato, who performed a soulful rendition of “Hello.”
Arguably, the most outstanding performance of the night belonged to Kendrick Lamar. The rapper’s powerful performance brought the star-studded audience to their feet including Rev Run, who was singing along. Even before the Compton native was finished, a majority of the crowd had given him a standing ovation.
Before Skrillex and Diplo took the stage, the Jack ü took a shot of tequila together, probably to toast their Grammy win.
And the alcohol was flowing thanks to Bruno Mars. “I’m gettin’ everybody drunk!” the singer wrote along with a series of photos showing Mark Ronson, producer of the year Jeff Bhasker and song of the year winner Ed Sheeran taking a swig.
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