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Adele big winner at the 59th award ceremony Grammy Awards

Adele big winner at the 59th award ceremony Grammy Awards

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Adele is Sunday evening (local time) the big winner during the 59th ceremony of the Grammy Awards in Los Angeles. 25 was voted best album of the year and the song Hello from the British singer was awarded a Grammy for Record of The Year and Song of The Year.

Adele spoke with her bedankspeeches several times, her admiration for Beyoncé, who, according to her, it is the Grammy for best album deserved. In total, won Adele five Grammy’s.

Beyoncé knew the record of most Grammy’s in one year not to disconnect it. The singer made with nine nominations, likely the most awards, but won there ultimately two. They received a Grammy for her album Lemonade in the category of Best Urban Album, and the clip in her number Formation. According to The Recording Academy, the organization behind the Grammy’s, the best video of the past year was.

The Grammy for Best New Artist went to Chance The Rapper. He was the first artist that an award received during the uitreikingsshow. His album Coloring Book was awarded a Grammy for Best Rap Album.

David Bowie has posthumously all the Grammy’s won for which he was nominated. The album Blackstar of the last year deceased singer won the prestigious music awards for the artwork and the sound engineering and best alternative music album. The eponymous song of the album received awards for best rockuitvoering and best song.

The American duo Twenty One Pilots received a Grammy in the category Best Pop Duo/Group Performance. The Grammy for Best Country Solo went to Maren Morris with My Church.

Awards ceremony of the 59th Grammy Awards in image

The visibly pregnant Beyoncé gave an impressive performance.
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Adele interrupted her tribute to the death last year of George Michael for the song Fast Love again.
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The British singer was afterwards visible emotion.
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Chance The Rapper went not with empty hands at home.
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Ed Sheeran brings his new single to sing.
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Presenter James Corden does a ‘car karaoke’ with Jennifer Lopez.
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Beyoncé takes the Grammy for Best Urban Album in the reception and holds a speech.
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Most of the awards were during the uitreikingsshow divided but due to the large number of categories (84) are the winners of some of the Grammy’s earlier in the day announced.
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Gregory Porter if, during the pre-show for a Grammy.
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James Corden

The uitreikingsshow was presented by James Corden. The Brit opened the evening with a staged fall down the stairs, a comical dance moves and a rap. Between the ceremonies, there were, among others, performances by Daft Punk and The Weeknd, Ed Sheeran, Beyoncé, Luke Graham, Katy Perry, Adele, Lady Gaga and Metallica, Gary Clarke Jr., Tribe Called Quest, Chance The Rapper and Bruno Mars.

The visibly pregnant Beyoncé gave, although less gregarious, perhaps the most impressive performance. She sang the songs Love Drought and Sandcastles partly seated, but the audience gave her after a standing ovation.

Adele, who with Hello, the opening track is well-kept, brought halfway the show is also a tribute to the 2016 death of singer George Michael. The British singer recovered after a ‘false start’, after her version of Fast Love had been interrupted, because there are problems seemed to be with the sound. After the end of the song, she was visibly emotional.

Also, there was a tribute to Prince, the singer who also last year died. Bruno Mars kept this to occur.

Stars on the red carpet at the 59th Grammy Awards

Rihanna poses for the photographers.
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Chance The Rapper prior to the ceremony.
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The couple Chrissy Teigen and John Legend.
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Lady Gaga is also present.
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Katy Perry has multiple outfits in Los Angeles.
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Adele arrives in a green dress on the red carpet.
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The singer Cee Lo Green makes a special ‘golden’ entrance.
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Rapper Rick Ross is one of the attendees in Los Angeles.
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Concertgebouw orchestra

Not all of the awards were during the uitreikingsshow divided. Due to the large number of categories (84) were the winners of some of the Grammy’s earlier in the day announced.

So was Justin Timberlake early on in the prices. His hit Can’t Stop The Feeling!, the song that he made for the movie Trolls, got the Grammy for best song made for visual media. The Beatles-film Eight Days A Week – The Touring Years was voted the best music film.

The Royal Concertgebouw orchestra (RCO) has Sunday no Grammy-award managed to get hold of. In the category of best orchestral performance region the Boston Symphony Orchestra with the eea. The RCO was nominated for the performance of Prokofievs Symphony No. 5 under the direction of conductor Mariss Jansons.

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