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Moments you missed! The 60th Annual GRAMMY Awards came to New York City for the first time in 15 years on Sunday, and it wasn’t easy scoring a ticket to Madison Square Garden.
ET is taking fans inside the star-studded event for some behind-the-scenes moments not shown during the live telecast. Sure, we all saw epic performances like Elton John and Miley Cyrus’ “Tiny Dancer” duet and Kendrick Lamar’s bold opening number, but read on if you want to know what bleeping out message from Logic drove the crowd wild and what Miss Blue Ivy Carter was up to during the show.
Here’s what you missed:
1. Why Logic Got Bleeped
What caused the GRAMMYs crowd to go wild during Logic’s performance? The performer was bleeped out when he said, “You are not s**tholes,” prompting the audience to jump to their feet and cheer. Logic shared a copy of his comments on Twitter after the show. The comment is in direct reference to statements President Donald Trump reportedly made earlier this month during an Oval Office meeting. One person who wasn’t a fan of the loud reaction? Blue Ivy, who held her hands over her ears as the audience erupted.
2. Chrissy Teigen's Dance Moves
Chrissy Teigen and John Legend’s dance moves could not be contained on Sunday night! The adorable pair busted a move both in and out of their chairs. The pregnant supermodel, 32, first broke it down while in her seat during Kendrick Lamar’s opener. The two then belted out the lyrics to “Despacito,”laughing, dancing and singing along to the hit. And while most of the audience stood up for Cardi B and Bruno Mars’ throwback production of “Finesse,”Teigen and Legend danced in their seats to save some energy before getting up to cheer on the duo at the end. Teigen had to immediately get to her feet, though, when DJ Khaled told everyone to stand up at the start of “Wild Thoughts” with Rihanna. Teigen did, however, leave the show early and later Snapchatted a clip of herself in a robe at home.
3. Blue Ivy Rules the Night
Viewers (and most of the Internet) saw Blue Ivy’s epic “shh’ing” of her famous parents, Beyonce and Jay-Z, during the show. But that wasn’t the only way the 6-year-old cutie showed her vivacious personality. Turns out, Blue is a fan of the Great White Way! She was on her feet during Patti Lupone and Ben Platt’s Broadway tribute. She also got some one-on-one time with Alicia Keys, who seemed to be having a detailed chat with the A-list offspring about her purse.
4. Pink's Daughter Willow Meets Rihanna!
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Blue wasn’t the only celebrity kiddo who shined on Sunday. Pink and Carey Hart’s daughter, Willow, also had a big evening. After walking the red carpet with her mom, she also got a piggy back ride from the “What About Us” singer and even had a chance to meet one of her idols.
“Dreams come true. My daughter lives for this woman. So do I,” Pink captioned an adorable shot of Rihanna hugging her little girl.
5. Lady Gaga's Near-Naked Bodysuit
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While Lady Gaga certainly made a statement on the red carpet in a bold Armani Prive gown, she got even more daring once inside Madison Square Garden. The “Millions Reasons" singer rocked a massive pink Armani Prive gown. The look was so voluminous that it required four people to help sprawl it out just right before Gaga began singing.
6. How Beyonce Reacted to Jay's Best Album Loss
It was a tough night for Jay-Z fans as the “Family Feud” rapper didn’t go home with a single one of his eight nominations. So when it came time for the biggest category – Album of the Year – there was obvious disappointment when Bruno Mars won over Jay. His famous wife, Beyonce, stood up in support of Bruno, whom she performed with at the 2016 Super Bowl Half Time show, but did not clap.
7. The Carter Family Singalong
One sweet moment between Bey and Jay happened during Sting’s performance of “Englishman in New York.” The couple appeared to know all of the lyrics, singing along to the throwback anthem. Beyonce was also spotted bobbing her head along to Kesha’s performance of “Praying,” and Jay was one of the first people up for a standing ovation afterwards.