2013 Grammy Awards Exegesis

What a boring and lamentable gathering of untalented performers! Katy Perry‘s boobs were a magnificent distraction.

The show’s most exciting moments were the arguments between me and my husband over Taylor Swift. He continues to defend her, which is obviously maddening. I was so worried that she might win the award presented by Prince and thus get the chance to kiss Him that I shouted out the oath: “If Taylor Swift wins this, I will stab myself in the heart!” Every time I see her I think  “STD.”

The bands ‘Fun‘ and ‘The Lumineers‘ were particularly egregious. Young people, what the hell is wrong with you?!? Thank god the Black Keys were recognized for their work after a million years. A cute little guy called Miguel was a great Soul singer whose dynamic performance was spoiled by a rapper whose name I forgot. Rap isn’t music. Take it away.

Frank Ocean glared when he didn’t win and went on to sing the worst song of the evening, something about Forrest Gump. Ellen Degeneris ogled Beyonce, while I ogled Rihanna, whose red lipstick was perfection. Chris Brown was her date, no doubt proud of himself for not slugging her.

Adele chewed gum throughout the show and looked like a massive floral couch. I wondered what she thought of Kelly Clarkson. Jack White easily outclassed the homeless-looking Johnny Depp in a resplendent Nudie’s suit. His set was a welcome blast of real Rock music.

Prince looked suitably mysterious and intimidating in a black hoodie and sunglasses, wisely refraining from participating in a gratingly awful version of The Weight. Prince is nobody’s fool.

In an evening of horrifying missteps, Elton John took the prize by giving a non sequitur shout-out to the Sandy Hook victims. What an imbecile. Mumford and Sons won a lot of awards and were less repugnant than Fun. Justin Timberlake’s comeback was an over-hyped bore but his seasoned charisma underscored how lacking it was in nearly every other ‘artist.’

There it is. Remember, I did this for you, just like Christ on the cross.

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14 Responses to 2013 Grammy Awards Exegesis

  1. D.R. says:

    Life is too short for bad television.

  2. Katy Perry looked fab! Loved the cleavage, felt it was a big FUCK YOU to those stupid rules. I got bored, and watched the Walking Dead, rather see some zombie apocalypse action, it seemed to be the same as the awards!

  3. Bonnie says:

    Thank you for taking a bullet for us. I can’t watch award shows anymore. They ruin my already shaky faith in the human race.

  4. Bevitron says:

    Other than Prince and his cane and a couple of outfits (on which performers, I couldn’t say, not knowing who they are), the only thing I gave a shit about was Chick Corea, Kenny Garrett & Stanley Clarke doing their tribute to Dave Brubeck with ‘Take Five’ (which was named) and ‘Blue Rondo a la Turk’ (which wasn’t, I’m pretty sure). But then I’m an old fart, so nothing new here.

  5. Sister Wolf says:

    D.R. – Maybe yours is. Mine goes on and on.

  6. alittlelux says:

    I LOVE KATY PERRY’S BOOBS. and prince. that is all.

  7. Marky says:

    Thank you! Thank you!

  8. Bessie the Cow says:

    Thanks for taking the bullet! After five minutes I decided to do drugs/alcohol/rat poison/ rather than continue watching.

  9. daisy says:

    it was bad but i thought jack white rocked. and i kinda love that he said the f word.

  10. jlynn says:

    Black Keys= one of only two live shows I’ve seen in 4 years, and well worth the effort.

  11. Andi says:

    Awards shows make we want to dig out my eyes with car keys.

  12. Jill says:

    Absolute Perfection! Agreed on all counts.

  13. Debbie says:

    Sister, I don’t watch the Grammys because I DON’T KNOW WHO ANYBODY IS! And I HATE rap. Katie Perry has a fantastic set of knockers. I’d kill for tits like that. Great recap … glad I didn’t watch.


  14. Jean Paul says:

    So glad you watched for my sins so I didn’t have to. Ok with KPs .

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