Watch Adele Drop F-Bomb and Restart Her Performance of George Michael's 'Fastlove' at the 2017 Grammys
Adele paid homage to pop great George Michael Sunday night (Feb. 12) at the 59th Annual Grammys, in her second performance of the evening. For her tribute, she sang Michael’s “Fastlove,” a Hot 100 top 10 hit off his 1996 album Older – though she called for a mulligan after her initial rendition of the performance started off-key.
The singer stopped the performance in the middle of her first chorus – cursing in frustration and claiming “I f–ked up, I can’t do it again like last year,” in reference to her tech issue-plagued performance of “All I Ask” at the 2016 Grammys – and insisted that she had to do right by Michael with a second-chance performance (“I cant mess this up for him”).
The spine-tingling, balladic arrangement of Michael’s dance-pop hit – this time in the right key – was easily worth the wait, and she received a roaring standing ovation for her second take. Watch the self-interruption and ensuing performance below.
T-ARA WON! And sorry Directioners, but you have to understand that you weren’t up against Queens only. You were up against EVERY OTHER KPOP FANDOM BECAUSE THE KPOP FAMILY ALWAYS COMES TOGETHER TO SUPPORT THEIR IDOLS. FIGHTING
miley cyrus went on a huge rant about how basically Supergirl tv show ain’t doing SHIT for women (source x)
Cyrus brought up the show when she was asked about inequality for women in Hollywood. “A lot of it could be changed if we had a female president,” Cyrus told Variety. “That would give us a subconscious boost. I think people will have to realize they’re looking really dated.”
Supergirl actually cast a female president for season 2, Lynda Carter aka the original Wonder Woman!
Cyrus continued: “For example, there’s a show called Supergirl. I think having a show with a gender attached to it is weird. One, it’s a woman on that f—ing billboard — it’s not a little girl. “The character is called Supergirl because she’s actually meant to be around 16. Obviously the show has aged her up, and actually questioned this with the characters including Supergirl herself. Kara appealed to Cat Grant who had given her the name, and Cat’s defense was basically ‘What’s so bad about being a girl?” So the show from the get go is empowering women.
3) Two, what if you’re a little boy who wants to be a girl so bad that this makes you feel bad? I think having a title like Supergirl doesn’t give the power that people think it does.” OHHHHH my god. You’re telling me that’s stopped every little girl from watching Superman, Batman, Avengers, X-men, basically the SH*T LOAD of male heroes that are everywhere? NO. and for once, i’m HAPPY there’s something for all those little girls/women exclusively for them, it’s about damn time.
Basically Miley, Don’t judge a book by it’s cover and actually watch it.