Grammy Awards 2023 Winners, Photos, Performances
The 65th annual Grammy Awards ceremony took place on February 5 with dozens of stars and celebrities in attendance. “Trevor Noah returned to host the Grammys for the third consecutive year, orchestrating a first-time meet-up between Adele and Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson during the show’s first few minutes. But that was far from the only unexpected celebrity pairing at the 2023 Grammys. Lizzo and Adele hung out, Bonnie Raitt and Taylor Swift posed for pics, and Mary J. Blige and H.E.R. chatted with each other. Plus, there were plenty of knockout on-stage pairings, from Chris Stapleton joining Stevie Wonder on a scorching run-through of the latter’s classic “Higher Ground” and an all-star coterie of hip-hop GOATS joining forces for a 50th anniversary salute to the culture-shifting genre,” Billboard said.
Kim Petras made “Grammy history on Sunday night as the first openly trans woman to win a Grammy (for best pop duo/group performance for “Unholy”). In her speech, Petras paid homage to the late SOPHIE and living icon Madonna for helping to inspire and encourage her.”