Second-time host Jimmy Kimmel brings the top names in the television industry together for a night dedicated to the year's best performances on network and primetime television and to recognize excellence in their field.
Millie Bobby Brown,
Pete and Debbie are both about to turn 40, their kids hate each other, both of their businesses are failing, they're on the verge of losing their house, and their relationship is threatening to fall apart.
Very Few Awards & Performances Made It Look Less Ultra!
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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