2013 Grammy Awards: Comebacks, Dress Code Rebels & Prince


Oh, The Grammys- you’re just too much! The 55th Annual Grammy Award Show was full of musical collaborations, comebacks from people we thought were forever done with the music scene, and a lot of freaky celebratory antics.

Here are our highlights:

  • Miguel & Whiz Khalifa’s performance of “Adorn” was dang sexy (mostly on Miguel’s part)
  • Kelly Clarkson’s drunk very enthusiastic acceptance speech
  • Johnny Depp doing his transient-chic thing (and looking fine as usual)
  • Justin Timberlake’s very “rat-packish” performance of “Suit & Tie” with BFF, Jay Z
  • Sting & the crew getting real irie during their Bob Marley tribute (did you see dem long dreads?)
  • Frank Ocean’s quirky ways (“little kids in tuxes” acceptance speech & “Forest Gump” performance)
  • JLo’s leg-baring dress was amazing, but very Angelina Jolie circa so last year
  • Katy Perry’s “va-va-boob” dress
  • Jay-Z throwing shade all over The-Dream’s “swamp meet” hat
  • Jack White’s creepy all-girl band doing their polygamist thing on stage
  • Carrie Underwood’s psychedelic performance of “Blown Away” (ooh, light show!)
  • Prince’s swaggy strut across the stage (with a cane) to present “Best Record of the Year” to a very starstruck Gotye & Kimbra
  • The show should’ve ended there (with Prince)! Sorry LL Cool J & company #nodisrespect (love you Tom Morello, you killed it!)



What did you think of last nights Grammys? What was your favorite part?

For a complete list of winners, click here.

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