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Very Few Awards & Performances Made It Look Less Ultra!
13 February 2013 | by (Bombay City, India) – See all my reviews

So, every year I watch at least something off the GRAMMYS and boy, this time I decided to watch the whole program. I was disappointed by the so many less give-away awards and performances.

The best were Mumford & Sons. Timberlake's comeback was good and JLO's dress looked sarcastic. Perry showed too much while Bruno Mars was terrific.

T Swift overacted to heavens and I loved Elton John's performances. Overall, it was good show with very less exposure to rock music except the Black Keys & fun. gigs.

I would rate 7 for the lights, performances and music. It is not the greatest GRAMMY, though! While no one might have observed, Adele's award was snatched by a reporter before JLO daftly handled the situation. Lovely.

Nudity: Mediocre | Music Quality: High


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