2010 Grammys: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly


The Good:

Lady Gaga vs. Elton John dueling pianos. An incredible start to an otherwise lackluster night. I’m into the Gaga. She’s also somewhat the female equivalent of Elton John. Best set of the night, best performance of the night.

Maxwell and Roberta Flack. Some real shit R&B.

Jeff Beck and Imelda May tribute to Les Paul. Makes me want more rockabilly in my life.

He can play a mean guitar. I’m down. I still think MGMT was the best new artist, though.

The Bad:

Was that Quentin Tarantino or Robin Williams?
Also bad, the overkill censoring on that performance.

Only Robert Downy Jr. and the headfake intro save this performance. Also, Jamie Foxx, you don’t need the autotune. You’re better than that.

The Ugly:

It’s bad enough that we can’t let MJ rest in peace, but dragging his kids on stage? Leave these kids alone. Or give ’em to Joe Jackson. “How much for ze little girl?”

Can anyone tell me what the other two Black Eyed Peas actually do? The four of them don’t dance, don’t play instruments, and can’t sing. To paraphrase Tommie Sunshine, it was like watching a Target commercial on stage. PLEASE STOP MAKING MUSIC.


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