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37 Things You Didn’t See on TV during Grammys 2017

While a Grammys telecast didn’t go live until 8 p.m. ET on Sunday night (Feb. 12), a Billboard organisation was on a theatre during L.A.’s Staples Center prolonged before then, from environment adult a live pre-show during a Grammy museum to covering a five-hour-long red runner to a Grammys Premiere Ceremony, where scarcely 70 awards were handed out.

But don’t worry, we don’t have to skip a thing. Below, all we competence have missed if we were usually tuning in to CBS:

12:40 p.m. PT: The festivities strictly flog off when Grammys Premiere Ceremony horde Margaret Cho hits a theatre going full Diana Ross in a slinky china dress and full conduct of lush dim curls — nonetheless Cho says she’s channeling visit best comedy manuscript nemesis “Weird Al” Yankovic. “I consider I’m gonna win with his hair,” she jokes.

12:45 p.m.: The initial Grammy goes to… The Color Purple for best low-pitched museum album.

12:59 p.m.: We have a initial double-winner of a night: Quincy Jones-managed singer/composer Jacob Collier takes home best arrangement, instrumental or a cappella, as good as best arrangement, instruments and vocals.

1:19 p.m.: Premiere Ceremony presenter René Marie takes a impulse onstage to acknowledge a genocide of mythological jazz thespian Al Jarreau progressing Sunday (Feb. 12).

1:28 p.m.: Before she hits a theatre to perform during a “in memoriam” reverence with John Legend, Cynthia Erivo came backstage to speak to reporters after winning best low-pitched museum manuscript for The Color Purple. “To be here for a initial time and behaving for a initial time and winning a Grammy is incredible!”

1:38 p.m.: Backstage, writer Kevin Killen marvels during a fact that David Bowie usually won his initial low-pitched Grammy on Sunday night, for best engineered album, non-classical. “It’s kind of extraordinary that it’s taken that prolonged for an artist who’s been so pretentious in his career,” he tells reporters.

2:07 p.m.: Daya takes a theatre to accept best dance recording for “Don’t Let Me Down” on interest of The Chainsmokers. “This is my initial win, and it’s not a bad place to be,” a clearly impressed Daya says.

2:18 p.m.: Two of a artists behind Beyoncé’s epic “Formation” video are asked by reporters backstage about a bad day on a video set. The ideal answer? “There’s never a bad day with Beyoncé.”

2:28 p.m.: Rory Feek takes a theatre to accept best roots gospel manuscript for Joey + Rory’s Hymns. Before Joey died final year, she told her husband: “Remember: If we win, I’ll know before we do.”

2:33 p.m.: Sturgill Simpson starts his Grammy night on a right feet by winning best nation manuscript for A Sailor’s Guide to Earth (which is nominated after in a dusk for manuscript of a year). “Like 6 years ago we was in Utah operative on a railroad, and my mother done me quit that pursuit to pierce to Nashville,” he says onstage. “So interjection to her.”

2:43 p.m.: Jesse Joy, usurpation best Latin cocktail manuscript for Un Besito Mas, take an event to scream out their Mexican-American heritage. “This goes out to all a Hispanics in this country, to each minority group, we are with you,” Joy says. “We mount with you!”

3:15 p.m.: Chance a Rapper takes home his first-ever Grammy — best swat opening for “No Problem” featuring Lil Wayne and 2 Chainz — reasonably wearing a hoodie emblazoned with a difference “Thank You.” “I adore my family, we adore God, and we adore music,” Chance says. “Thank we guys.”

3:17 p.m.: Premiere Ceremony presenter Jimmy Jam offers to take Drake’s Grammy for best rap/sung opening (for “Hotline Bling”) home for him. “He’s my neighbor, actually, so I’ll make certain to dump it by his residence on my approach home,” he quips. Drake takes home a subsequent one too, best swat strain for a same track, though songwriter Paul Jefferies keeps Jam from creation dual trips by usurpation on his behalf.

3:30 p.m.: The Premiere Ceremony wraps adult with Greg Kurstin winning writer of a year, non-classical, usually after Adele took home dual early awards: cocktail solo opening (“Hello”) and cocktail outspoken manuscript (25). Looks like it will be a good night for a British songstress. (Update: It was.)

4:04 p.m.: Patton Oswalt didn’t bashful divided from politics when addressing reporters backstage after his best comedy manuscript win for Talking for Clapping. “We’re vital in a first-draft Monty Python sketch,” he pronounced of how to find amusement in a domestic climate. He also took aim during a Fox News contributor who bravely acted a doubt to a magnanimous comedian. “How are things in Mordor?” he quipped. “Are there any new rings being forged?”

4:26 p.m.: It took a dozen nominations, though Megadeth finally have a Grammy, interjection to their best steel opening win for “Dystopia.” “Good things come in 12s,” frontman Dave Mustaine figured about a wait. “The Disciples, a 12-pack of beer…”

5 p.m.: The uncover kicks off with complete overpower in a backstage press room to hear a opening piano strains of Adele’s “Hello.”

5:12 p.m.: Chance a Rapper wins for best new artist and a press room breaks out in applause.

5:37 p.m.: 21 Pilots dropping their pants to accept best pop/duo opening for “Stressed Out” draws a many blustering greeting from a Staples Center throng so far.

5:57 p.m.: The assembly is transfixed by Beyoncé’s impressionist communication and fantastical Cirque Du Soleil-like choreography

6:11 p.m.: When Maren Morris wins best nation solo opening and shouts out her knowledge during Grammy Camp as a kid, a Recording Academy employees backstage all cheer.

6:46 p.m.: Morris gives a dermatitis opening of her strain “Once,” gripping adult with Alicia Keys and during times even leading her duet partner. The throng is hooting and clapping by a full performance.

6:49 p.m.: Adele starts her George Michael reverence usually to stop it mid-song. “Wow, we f—ed up. we can’t do it like that,” she says before seeking to start again.

6:55 p.m.: Crowd gives Adele a station acclaim and screams and applause effusively for a thespian after her start-and-stop. She tears adult for a late Michael, creation for a electric impulse of night.

7:10 p.m.: Lady Gaga’s burst into a throng as she rocks out with Metallica seems staged, given it was into a mini-crowd put together in a constructed pit. The assembly seems a bit dumbfounded by a performance, though some of a well-heeled throng — generally group — are vocally appreciative.

7:37 p.m.: When Adele writer Greg Kurstin is cut off during a strain of a year acceptance debate for “Hello,” a assembly boos.

7:41 p.m.: Morris Day and The Time’s Prince reverence gets a whole throng dancing — even Jay Z and Beyoncé.

7:57 p.m.: Maren Morris is prepared to applaud her unequivocally initial Grammy win. “I’m going to have my initial splash in dual months. we fit into a dress, so now we can chuck down,” she laughs backstage.

8 p.m.: When asked about creation a domestic matter in her music, Solange — who won her initial Grammy on Sunday for best RB opening (“Cranes in a Sky”) — says usually following Nina Simone’s and Marvin Gaye’s lead. “I usually respect a greats,” she tells reporters. “We’re not doing zero new!”

8:27 p.m.: “I hatred a reason we’re here, though I’m blissful we’re here,” Morris Day says backstage after his Prince reverence with The Time. The rope unequivocally desired Bruno Mars’ opening for The Purple One — “But we still kicked his donkey — A-Z-Z,” Jimmy Jam quips.

9:11 p.m.: Adele graces a press room to speak about because George Michael was so suggestive to her, how “Hello” became an present classic, and, of course, because Beyoncé deserved manuscript of a year for Lemonade over her possess 25. “What a f— does she have to do to win manuscript of a year? That’s how we feel,” Adele tells reporters. Read a full story here.

–Additional stating by Andy Gensler

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