Grammys 2016 highlights: Taylor Swift ruled over 58th Grammy Awards night
It was a great award night and the Hollywood fans across the world were all attention as the night progressed. The 58th annual Grammy Awards kicked off at the Staples Center in Los Angeles with some of the best performances from top of the line singers and other artists.
Taylor Swift came up with obviously her best performance. No one has any doubt that her performance of “Out of the Woods” in a sparkly black jumpsuit and a tight bob was nothing short of magnificent. With seven nominations this year — and two awards already under her belt from before the start of the telecast â€“ the country music diva was without doubt in her best spirit.
Taylor Swift without any iota of doubt was actually hoping to dominate the conversation Monday night, though she was little seen until the end of the evening, when she won for Album of the Year. No one has any doubt that she was more than successful in making her the topic of most of conversation.
Album of the Year win was without doubt a great personal achievement for the diva. In her acceptance speech, Swift made an oblique reference to Kanye West, advising women everywhere to ignore those who would try to “take credit for your fame,” among other things.
Taylor Swift has been making headlines since Grammy Award 2016 night.Â Following Taylor Swift’s performance of “Out of the Woods” at the 2016 Grammy Awards on Monday, February 15, the pop superstar was captured by CBS’ audience cameras wiping away a tear and being consoled by her seatmates, including BFF Selena Gomez.Â The pop singer, 26, who glitter-bombed the audience in the final moments of her opening number, appeared visibly upset once she returned to her seat. The audience cam panned over to Swift complaining to Gomez and mouthing, “I missed that note.” In response, Gomez cozied up to her longtime BFF and sweetly rested her head on Swift’s shoulder.
On the other hand the rapper and resident host LL Cool J, who was hosting the ceremony for the fifth time, tried to eschew talk of politics or protests by keeping the focus on the music. “With all that divides us today, our shared love of music unites us,” the host offered from the stage before promising that all performers would be singing live and remembering highlights from past years’ ceremonies. He also teased a live broadcast from the Broadway musical “Hamilton” facilitated by Stephen Colbert.