6 Reasons Twitter Went Nuts During the Grammys
Worst, Wildest and Most WTF Looks of the Grammys 2018 Red Carpet

Breaking down the moments that exploded on Twitter during music's biggest night.

The 60th Annual Grammy Awards were sort of a snooze fest, but there were at least a few entertaining moments that Twitter picked up on from Madison Square Garden Sunday night.

From John Legend trying to show up Tony Bennett to SZA's Best New Artist snub, Twitter found a lot to complain about.

Here are the six times Twitter freaked out during the Grammys.

Lil Uzi Vert Apparently Loves Pop-Tarts

Although Lil Uzi Vert was nominated for Best Rap Performance and Best New Artist, the rapper only showed a hint of excitement when E! News asked him what was next on his agenda.

"Waking up. Eat some Pop-Tarts," he said.

Cardi B Talked About Her Vagina on the Red Carpet

Cardi B had butterflies in strange places and wasn't afraid to tell E! News exactly where she was feeling them.

"I feel it all, oooo, butterflies in my stomach and vagina," she said on live television.

John Legend's Vocal Range

John Legend joined Tony Bennett on stage to reveal the winner for Best Rap Performance, blessing the entire audience with an impromptu performance of "New York."

But mid-song Twitter noticed Legend started to belt louder than Bennett and began wondering he he felt the need to show up the 91-year-old singer.

Best New Artist

Alessia Cara may have won the Grammy Award for Best New Artist, but Twitter thought the award should have gone to SZA.

Some fans protested the win for talent reasons alone, while others argued that Cara has been around the music industry for too many years to even be placed in this category.

"Shape of You" Win

Ed Sheeran was the only male nominated for Best Pop Solo Performance and ended up taking home the award amid the MeToo movement currently flooding Hollywood.

The 26-year-old artist was up against Kelly Clarkson, Lady Gaga, P!NK and Kesha, whose "Praying" many believed should have won.

Kesha's Moving Performance

The 30-year-old singer belted out her hit "Praying" with a backing group of Cyndi Lauper, Camila Cabello, Andrea Day, Bebe Rexha and Julia Michaels. The song, an anthem about surviving sexual abuse, was the #MeToo moment of the night.

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