The 63rd Annual Grammys were… acceptable, correct? Sunday’s function certainly shunned on-camera grants introductions for a really stacked setup of entertainers, however at that point, some way or another, the acknowledgments we had the opportunity to see gave us everything, from unintentional revile words to Beyoncé destroying over Megan Thee Stallion. What’s more, to finish off the evening, Ringo Starr granted Record of the Year to Billie Eilish and sibling Finneas for “All that I Wanted,” to which the pair responded with such bug-peered toward, head-getting diverting stun, we can’t resist the urge to pronounce the entire night a triumph.
“This is truly humiliating for me,” Billie disclosed in front of an audience to individual candidate Megan Thee Stallion, after she grappled with her success. “Megan, I was going to compose a discourse about how you merit this, yet then I resembled, it is highly unlikely they’re going to picked me. I resembled, ‘it’s hers!’ You merit this.” Laughed Eilish, “Truly, this goes to her. Can we simply root for Megan Thee Stallion, please?” And everybody did!
The success is, obviously, Billie’s second Record of the Year win in succession, with 2020’s ROTY Grammy going to “Trouble maker,” likewise with Finneas. (Roberta Flack likewise won consecutive in 1973 and 1974, as did U2 in 2001 and 2002.) “Thank you to the Academy. Much thanks to you to Ringo,” closed the artist, “Thank you to my sibling Finneas. Much obliged for doing this. Much thanks to you. I love you.” See you one year from now, Billie! Most likely.