The world's sights all aimed at the LA Convention Center for the 63rd Grammy Awards. This year's Grammy Awards were like none other because of the exceptional circumstances the world is going through. The stars were socially-distancing and sat in a vast marquee outside the center. Although, they were given a chance to de-mask and hit the opportunity, and they made it a night to remember. Here are the top five highlights that grabbed everyone's attention during the 63rd Grammy Awards.
Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion In Bed at the Grammy Awards?
Of course, as anyone would expect at the Grammy Awards, when Cardi B and Megan Tee Stallion took the stage, that they would sing about the “WAP.” They gave a performance of their X-rated song, which conveniently took place on a giant bed on the Grammy Awards stage. Megan Thee Stallion was one of the winners of the night, scoring the Best New Artist award. She also won Billie Eilish's respect, who said that she even deserved to bag in the award of the Record of the Year too.
The Feather Boa – by Harry Styles:
If you are talking fashion, nothing is going to beat the feather boa of Harry Styles, the UK singer. He performed his hit song, Watermelon Sugar, as he wore a giant feather boa that draped over a leather suit. His track won the best pop performance, which makes him the only One Direction member to gain the Recording Academy's recognition. Although it seems the Cheshire star was very excited to be on the stage in LA that he forgot to put on his shirt underneath the suit, or did he?
World Meets Silk Sonic at Grammy Awards
There are two pop stars that we all know, Anderson .Paak and Bruno Mars. It seems that when they come together as they did at the Grammy Awards, they become something else; they become the Silk Sonic group. The new Silk Sonic group performed a retro and smooth jam that was backed by backing singers and a band. They performed the classic Leave the Door Open. The performance was matched with some impressive stylistic suits.
The Silk Sonic group returned later during the Grammy Awards to pay tribute to Little Richard with a much rockier tribute this time. They performed a touching cover of Good Golly Miss Molly.
BTS Brings Seoul to the Sunny Los Angeles
Due to the current restrictions, the 7-piece K-Pop band couldn't fly to California for the big night. They did the next best thing, which was creating a mock-up of the Grammy's stage in a studio in Seoul and performed their hit Dynamite.
Dua Lipa's High Octane Performance
Dua Lipa gave the audience at the Grammy Awards a high-octane performance as she worked her way through tracks from her album, Future Nostalgia. The songs included Don't Start Now and Levitating. It also included several custom changes in a fast-paced performance that gained everyone's attention.