More Grammys Performances – Recap

Jay Mohr and L.L. Cool J took the stage to introduce Sugarland and Adele, performing separately (then together). I imagine that this might have been a last minute replacement for Rihanna and Chris Brown. What do you think? Either way, I couldn’t listen, country music murders my ears. Thanks for your understanding.

After the commercials, Gwyneth Paltrow introduced Radiohead. She sounded like she smoked some weed before introducing them. Were they backed up by a few high school marching bands?

More of the recap after the jump:

Samuel L. Jackson took the stage after the commercial break to TELL THEM SNAKES TO GET OFF HIS MOTHER— introduce T.I. and Justin Timberlake who performed for the first time together tonight. It’s rap piano, yo.

Next up, the President of the Recording Academy kissed Barack Obama’s butt a little okay, a lot.

After that, he introduced Smokey Robinson, who thankfully ended that nonsense. Has he had some work done? He took the stage to perform with Ne-Yo and Jamie Foxx to pay tribute to the Four Tops.

Josh Groban took the stage to introduce Neil Diamond, who sang, “Sweet Caroline”. I guess they had to mix a little old with the new, right?

B.B. King, John Mayer, and Keith Urban took the stage to sing a little number. Good and bluesy, just how I like it.

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