So while Nigerians had their Big Brother Naija 2018 reality TV show to cling to, the 60th annual Grammy Awards took place at New York City’s Madison Square Garden on Sunday.
Some stars wore white rose to honor the ‘Time’s Up’ movement, celebrities like Jay Z, Beyonce and their daughter Blue Ivy, Neyo, Rick Ross, John Legend, Chrissy Teigen, Lady G, Janae Monae, Ice T, Coco, Eve, Big Sean, Cardi B and many more brought out their most daring looks for the 2018 Grammy Awards.
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Every year, the punishingly long telecast contains at least a few numbers that make the whole night worth sitting through. We watched all four hours of the 2018 Grammys so you don’t have to (seriously, there was quite a lot of Sting and no one knows why; no offense to Mr. Sting), and we’ve pulled out the ones that are worth your time.
(Note that Best Album nominee Lorde did not perform; she was reportedly offered a slot, but unlike her fellow — all male — nominees, she was asked to sing with a partner, and producers apparently wanted her to sing “American Girl” despite the fact that she is from New Zealand. She declined. Had she accepted — or had she been offered something better in the first place — surely she would have made our list.)
Here are the nine best performances from the 2018 Grammy Awards.
-Kendrick Lamar feat. U2 and Dave Chappelle, “XXX/DNA/King’s Dead”
–Lady Gaga, “Joanne/Million Reasons”
–Pink, “Wild Hearts Can’t Be Broken”
–Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee, “Despacito”
–Childish Gambino, “Terrified”
–Bruno Mars feat. Cardi B, “Finesse”
–Patti LuPone, “Don’t Cry For Me, Argentina”
–SZA, “Broken Clocks”