Surfboard: Moments From The 56th Annual Grammy Awards That Had Us Talking

January 27, 2014 ‐ By

Well, the 56th Annual Grammy Awards have come and gone. There were some really great performances, some major robberies when it comes to who won what, a few dozen couples got married on stage, and of course, we all had a chance to “surfboard” with Queen Bey. These are the moments from the show that had us talking. Share your favorite or most head-scratch worthy moments in the comment section below!

Bey and Jay

Bey and Jay Open The Grammys

If we can be honest, this performance was just…okay. I was expecting a little bit more since these two were opening the show, but what I got was a half-dressed Beyoncé body-rolling on a chair while her fully dressed hubby danced around. No medley? No dance routine? No cameo by Blue (okay, I’m reaching on that one)? Beyoncé has spoiled us, and for that reason, we were looking for more than just the “surfboard.”

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  • NotYourAvg

    Kendrick SLAAAAAYED, best performance hands down! Pharrell and Stevie were dope!

  • BabyBlue

    I’m never watching the Grammy’s again. Kendrick Lamar got robbed by a dude I dont even know.

  • Tonyoardee

    Kendrick did get robbed, its also surprising that nobody on the rap committee even had him nominated in any category but the secret committee in place(Yes its real you can google it) pushed him in the nomination anyway and sweep it.

  • Carmatogo

    Kendrick should have taken home a Grammy. Jay Z was right to call his award a new sippy cup.

  • bigdede

    Kendrick Lamar and Imagine Dragons were the best. Taylor Swift almost ruined the performance when they kept showing her “dancing”. It seem like she was trying to get Kendrick’s attention! Everything about that performance was perfection. I thought the Daft Punk performance wasn’t the best. Stevie Wonder was kind of off key on some parts. I think because it’s such a great dance song that’s the reason everyone was on their feet. I actually liked Bey’s performance. Now it shouldn’t have opened the show but it was good to me. Another moment that was good was Smokey Robinson looking flawless while Steven Tyler sang his song. Smokey looked at him side eyed and was cracking up. That was so awkward. And when Smokey gave Pharrell his award and was like you winning all the d*mn awards tonight. That cracked me up. I wish Chicago would have sung If you leave me now. Robin’s voice is perfect for that song. And it’s the only Chicago song I know.

    • newgirl

      Yep. After Kendrick’s performance I went to bed. Hands down that was epic. Taylor Swift reminded me of the old lady on Its Showtime at the Apollo. She was feeling it lol!

  • Kitty

    Kendrick Lamar killed it!!!