Michelle Obama stuns Grammys with surprise appearance in support of Alicia Keys

Danny Woods
February 11, 2019

"They're so important and a lot of artists deal with that", she said.

Michelle said, "Music helps us share ourselves, our dignity and sorrows, our hopes our joys. Music has always helped me tell that story", Obama said. Over the next few weeks, I'll be sharing stories of young people I've met in the past year-young people who stand on the shoulders of the giants we celebrate this month while also building a legacy of their own.

Luckily, music lovers can watch the show online or on TV.

Host Alicia Keys offered up during the televised portion of the show that Lazar had earlier become the first woman mastering engineer to ever win the best engineered album, non-classical for Beck's "Colors".

On seeing the author on stage, the fans in the audience were so overwhelmed with emotion that they started shouting and blowing kisses to Michelle. "Every voice we hear deserves to be honored and respected". She was generally well-received by viewers of the award show, and she held their attention even after the cameras were off. Keys dropped her new song as soon as the show was over, and it spread across other social media platforms.

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Not content with simply having a set of pipes that never ceases to amaze us, singer Alicia Keys has once again put us normies to shame as she showcased yet another talent at this year's Grammy Awards.

There was nothing really more to say after such an auspicious and inspirational opening. "We gotta take care of each other".

@joecampbellMN, Here's the deal, that performance by Alicia Keys was insane.

And that's what she and The Recording Academy proceeded to do. Certainly the response to Obama alone shook off any residual nerves any of the nominees were feeling. Parton joined Katy Perry, Kacey Musgraves, Maren Morris, Cyrus and Little Big Town for a medley of her hits, culminating in a performance of "9 to 5" that got the Grammys crowd on their feet and singing along.

Janelle Monáe making us feel.

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