Grammys 2017: Adele messed up George Michael tribute, Twitter still loves her. Watch
Adele performed a tribute for late singer George Michael at the 2017 Grammys on Monday but things did not go as planned and she had to restart the performance halfway.music Updated: Feb 13, 2017 08:56 IST
Adele, who had trouble with her live performance at last year’s Grammys, restarted her tribute to George Michael on Monday at the Grammy Awards, telling the audience: “I can’t mess this up for him.”
She stopped and used an expletive after singing some of a new arrangement of Michael’s Fastlove, as videos and photos of Michael played in the background. She re-sang the song and earned applause and support from the crowd at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, though Adele was teary eyed.
Watch Adele's tribute to George Michael in full here: pic.twitter.com/LmsfYFKMaG— Adele Daily (@AdeleDailyInfo) February 13, 2017
At last year’s show, the British singer had a hiccup after a microphone inside a piano fell onto the instrument’s strings.
However, she won the heart of Twitter appreciated seeing her owning up to her mistakes and gave her a lot of love:
The amount of respect I have for @Adele i can't really put into words— Carly Rose Sonenclar (@CarlyRoseMusic) February 13, 2017
Adele. So real. Own the stage. Own the mistake. Own it all. @adele you are officially 👑 🙌🏻🙌🏻🙌🏻— BRITT (@BrittMcdMusic) February 13, 2017
.@Adele Do your do-over commanding abilities extend to previously held elections, lets test the limits of your power, girl— Pat (╯°□°）╯︵ ┻━┻ (@PatsHoppedUp) February 13, 2017
She was still a big winner with best pop vocal album and pop solo performance, and she and could win even more awards later in the show.
A tribute for Prince by Bruno Mars and The Time will happen later in the show.
Until Adele’s restart, Beyonce was the talk of the show. In glittery gown, gilded crown and gold choker, a pregnant Beyonce took the Grammy stage Sunday in a lengthy performance of two songs from her critically acclaimed album “Lemonade.” She was introduced by her mother and former stylist, Tina Knowles: “Ladies and gentlemen, with my mother’s pride, my daughter, Beyonce.”
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