4 Unforgettable Moments of the 58th Grammy Awards
From the glamor of the red carpet to the splendor of the actual ceremony, there were so many magical moments at the 58th Grammy Awards. Here are the five most memorable moments of the night:
The musical tribute by the Eagles to the late Glenn Frey was truly moving. Don Henley, Jon Walsh, and Jackson Browne played “Take it Easy”, written by Glen and Jackson, in honor of their friend and colleague.
Probably the best single moment on the red carpet was the duo entrance of besties, Selena Gomez and Taylor Swift, which was a clear surprise of the crowd. Their outfits were also charming and attractive. Another cute moment came when Taylor won the Award for Best Music Video; their ecstatic celebration was a charming vignette.
Taylor Swift stole most of the best moments this year, if not the whole show. Her winning Album of the Year was an
historic moment: she is the first woman to have ever managed the feat. Her acceptance speech was a powerful call to women everywhere: “As the first woman to win album of the year twice, I want to say to all the young women out there, there are going to be people along the way who will try to undercut your success or take credit for your accomplishments or you fame.”
It was unquestionably the most anticipated moment of the night, and Lady Gaga did not disappoint. Decked out in a costume homage to the late David Bowie, the singer delivered a stirring and powerful performance of some of Bowie’s best-loved music. It was an incredibly powerful performance, one worthy of the great performer she was honoring.