Did Adele Really Share Her Broken Grammy With Beyonce? Well, No


"You heard her say she's a perfectionist, so she's not gonna settle for something she's not comfortable with".

But the British singer - who went home the big victor Sunday night with five awards, including album of the year - had to restart her tribute to George Michael later in the show. While performing, Adele stopped, swore, and restarted.

The tribute was Adele's second performance of the night.

"I was completely rooting for her, I voted for her", Adele said.

It seems that Adele used the accessory to give a subtle, sparkling nod to her fellow Grammy nominee.

But Adele was the only one to bring an elaborate prime-time production to a standstill because she didn't like the way it was going.

"You know what's really not "great tv" guys?"

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As you can see, it took an army to make me strong and willing again to do it, and I thank you all from the bottom of my heart.

This year's controversy surrounding album of the year harks back to last year's events.

Dark horses for Album of the Year include "A Sailor's Guide to Earth" by Sturgill Simpson, who has given some intellectual heft to country music through lyricism inspired by Buddhist philosophy.

Beyonce's album "Lemonade", which was also nominated for the top Grammy award, has been revered as a powerful tribute to black women.

The audience cheered for her and she started over. In an unprecedented Mean Girls-esque move, Adele broke the trophy and dedicated her award to Beyoncé and her album Lemonade, a work she called "monumental". On the other hand, even Beyonce bagged a lot of accolades starting from Best Contemporary Pop Album (Lemonade) and Best Video (Formation). That album was for us and she acknowledged it. Adele did a very honorable thing dedicating her award Sunday night.

"Waddup Frank", she tweeted alongside the message, which came in response to Grammy Awards producer Ken Ehrlich blaming Frank's absence on his "faulty" performance at the 2013 ceremony and saw him admonish the Grammys for honouring Taylor Swift's 1989 over Kendrick Lamar's To Pimp a Butterfly. Both stars made numerous costume changes, with Beyoncé bedecked in an Indian exotic costume showing off her double lovely tummy carrying a pair of twins.