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The 61st Grammy/Goddess Kaka “Superstar” takes the 3rd prize

The 61st Grammy Awards were held at the Stamford Center in Los Angeles on the morning of 11th, Taiwan time. The “Shallow” sang by Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper took the lead in the “Best Pop” award. Kaka said on the stage: “I want to thank God. I know that Bradley must want to come but he is in the UK. I want to say that I am honored to be able to participate in this film.” The emotional dilemma that faces everyone is to ask everyone to turn away if they see someone who needs help.

Goddess Kaka (from right), Jennifer Lopez, host Alicia Keys, former First Lady Michelle Obama and Jada Pinksmith. (taken from official Twitter)

The rural female singer Kacey Musgraves won four major awards, including the annual album, the best country singer and the best country album.

Drake, who won the best rap song, said that he didn’t think he could get this award. Every time he came to power, it was like the first time. “You may not know a hybrid like me, from Canada. In fact. Being popular is already a prize. When you hear fans screaming at the concert, I feel like a big winner.”

Grammy is not just a festival of musicians, but political figures are also popular. Former First Lady Michelle Obama is with the goddess Kaka, Jada Pinkett Smith, J. Lo and the host Alicia Keys. Opening, Kaka gave an inspiring speech: “They said that I am a freak. My choice of my music will not sell money, but the music told me not to listen to others. Music is my ear, my hand, my soul, Music guides me to find you!”

In the performance program, Jane’s dream sings the finalist song “MakeMeFeel”, the theme song “Shallow” of the goddess Kaka performing movie “The Birth of a Superstar”, rapper singer Cardi B (CardiB) sings on the piano <Money> Sexy open legs shaking hips.

DollyParton led the old songs of Katy Perry, Miley Cyrus and others to pay tribute to the bridge, letting the whole stand stand and sway; Jennifer Lopez pays homage to “Motown Records” On the 60th anniversary, the songs and dances sang a number of old songs, and the sword is not old. The 75-year-old Diana Ross sang “The BestYearsofMyLife” and “ReachOutAndTouch” to encourage the audience: “Continue to learn, dream, open a new door, anything is possible!”

The 61st Grammy Music Awards will be reproduced at 9:00 pm StarWorld Chinese subtitles, FOX+ will also be available, and StarWorld will be replayed at 4pm on the 17th.

Winners of the 61st Grammy Awards in 2019

Annual production RecordoftheYear

ThisIsAmerica-ChildishGambino

Album of the Year AlbumoftheYear

GoldenHour – KaceyMusgraves

Song of the Year SongoftheYear

<ThisIsAmerica〉-ChildishGambino

Newcomer of the Year BestNewArtist

DuaLipa

Best Pop Singer BestPopSoloPerformance

LadyGaga – “Joanne” (WhereDoYouThinkYou’reGoin’?)

Best Pop Replay BestPopDuo/GroupPerformance

LadyGagaandBradleyCooper-<Shallow〉

Best Pop Album BestPopVocalAlbum

ArianaGrande-Sweetener

Best Rock Singer BestRockPerformance

ChrisCornell – “WhenBadDoesGood”

Best Rock Song BestRockSong

<Masseduction>—JackAntonoffand AnnieClark, songwriters (St.Vincent)

Best Rock Album BestRockAlbum

FromTheFires-GretaVanFleet

Best Rap Album Singer BestRapPerformance

Kendrick Lamar, JayRock, FutureandJamesBlake – “King’s Dead” and Anderson. Paak – “Bubblin”

Best Rap Song BestRapSong

<God’sPlan>—AubreyGraham, DaveonJackson, BrockKorsan, RonLaTour, Matthew SamuelsandNoahShebib, songwriters Drake

Best rap album BestRapAlbum

InvasionofPrivacy – CardiB

Best Country Singer BestCountrySoloPerformance

KaceyMusgraves – “Butterflies”

Best Country Album BestCountryAlbum

GoldenHour – KaceyMusgraves

Best Dance/Electronic Album BestDance/ElectronicAlbum

WomanWorldwide-Justice

Best dance/electric song

<Electricity>—SilkCityandDuaLipafeaturingDiploandMarkRonson

Best Rhythm and Blues Singer BestR&BPerformance

HERfeaturingDanielCaesar – “BestPart”

Best Rhythm and Blues Album BestR&BAlbum

HER-HER

Best film and television media works BestSongWrittenforVisualMedia

<Shallow>—LadyGaga, MarkRonson, AnthonyRossomandoand Andrew Wyatt, songwriters (LadyGagaandBradleyCooper)

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