Best Moments From The 2021 Grammys

Best Moments From The 2021 Grammys

We compiled the serves, wins and bests from the 2021 Grammy Awards



The 2021 Grammys had Facebook feeds and Twitter timelines up in flames in the best way possible. Everyone was left with their jaws on the floor as Dua Lipa, Jhene Aiko and more as they stunned at the red carpet. The awards ceremony also marked another win for women as female acts from different genres of music bagged awards left and right and dominated the show. This was definitely a good way to celebrate Women’s Month.


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While we couldn’t list them all, here’s a rundown of the best moments the world was blessed to see at the 2021 Grammys.


Chloe x Halle Showing Up and Showing Out Together, In Spirit


This sibling duo that rocked the music world with Ungodly Hour had to spend this year’s Grammys apart, but that didn’t mean they would stop serving us looks. Fans said that Halle was busy and away taping for The Little Mermaid, which we totally understand. Nonetheless they made up for the distance by tweeting this photo of their united outfits that definitely slayed.



Lizzo Presenting Megan Thee Stallion for Best New Artist


Lizzo presents Megan Thee Stallion’s first ever Grammy award with the same chaotic good energy she’s been known for. The singer tried to keep her cool while struggling with the envelope—due to presenter jitters, perhaps—and after she swears on live television. It’s all worth it at the end when she breaks the news to the world that 2021’s Best New Artist is everyone's favorite Hot Girl.



Taylor Swift and Harry Styles Greeting One Another


Haylor stans are given an Easter Egg today! The internet was celebrating the moment Taylor Swift and Harry Styles were seen greeting each other during the Grammy awards. The two definitely look like they’re on good terms after a few years. Plus, Taylor Swift was definitely happy for him winning Best Solo Pop Performance for Watermelon Sugar.



Bruno Mars’ and Anderson .Paak’s performance as Silk Sonic


This duo had already made waves with their debut as a band, leaving everyone speechless at their suave and sexy synergy. Who knew that this song would sound a lot better live? Their first stint as Silk Sonic was a Grammy performance that had everyone’s jaws on the floor. To top it off, they paid a wonderful homage to Little Richard with their own renditions of Tall Sally and Good Golly Miss Molly.



HAIM Celebrating Este’s Birthday Playing at The Grammys


Album of the Year nominees HAIM had the time of their lives at the show, because their eldest sister Este celebrated getting a year older by playing at the Grammys. In an interview with AP, the singer says that this is everything she ever asked for. This sibling trio also stunned with their coolly-coordinated purple Prada fits


P.S. Catch them greet their adopted fourth sister, Taylor Swift, after winning Album of The Year for Folklore.



Beyoncé Wins A Grammy and Breaks A Record


Before Beyoncé was announced as the recipient of the Best R&B Album award for Black Is King, it was also announced that she broke a record and made history. It marks the start of her being the female artist with the most Grammys won with 28 trophies on her shelf as of this writing. It’s indisputable that she definitely deserves to be called “Queen Bey” after tonight’s win.


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Whether it’s Lizzo breaking the ice or Beyoncé breaking records, women kicked down a lot of barriers today by sweeping major awards—and rightfully so. It’s safe to say that the 2021 Grammys were definitely filled with victories, not only in music but also in history.


Did we miss any defining moments from the 2021 Grammys? Let us know in the comments!



Art Matthew Ian Fetalver


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