The Grammys 2019 in viral memes

Written by frtyfve Team

Missed The Grammys? Here are the most viral moments from the night.

The Grammy Awards 2019 took over Los Angeles last night, with the 61st edition celebrating the best recording artists in contemporary music. As ever, the star-studded night was not short of viral moments.

Before the event even began, Ariana Grande pulled out from performing at the event, later calling out Grammys producer Ken Ehrlich for not letting her perform her Number 1 single "7 Rings". With an on-stage appearance from Michelle Obama, a Grammy critical speech from Drake and meme magic from BTS, Offset and Lady Gaga, we've pulled together the most viral moments from The Grammy Awards 2019.

Grande took to Twitter to explain her Grammys snub, despite being nominated for two awards (Best Pop Vocal Album for Sweetener and Best Pop Solo Performance for “God Is a Woman”)

Fashion is always a talking point at these red carpet events. Cardi B's Thierry Mugler designed outfit took a few hits from Twitter.

Michelle Obama joined Alicia Keys onstage with J.Lo, Lady Gaga and Jada Pinkett-Smith and the Internet melted.

When Ariana ultimately won an award, we just couldn't resist.

Post Malone's collab with Anthony Kiedis (RHCP) received... mixed reviews

BTS made history, becoming the first K-pop group to present at the Grammy Awards. They were also caught grooving to "Jolene".

Offset seemed quite keen on Cardi B's performance of "Money"

Drake's mic got cut off during his acceptance speech for “God’s Plan,” which was kinda ironic because his speech was about how the Grammys don’t really matter.

Diana Ross sang Happy Birthday to herself. Her birthday is not until 26th March. Real energy.

J. Lo’s Motown tribute performance didn't go down as well.

Dua Lipa and St. Vincent stole the show, with twin hairdos.

"I guess this is the year we really stepped up". Dua Lipa slammed outgoing Grammy's president who said that women need to "step up"

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