Twitter Reactions to the 65th Annual Grammy Awards!

This last year of music was incredible, with many new and established artists creating masterpieces for their fans. We’ve rounded up the best Twitter reactions to the 65th Annual Grammy Awards.

With performances by Lizzo, Harry Styles, and Bad Bunny, this year’s Grammy Awards, hosted by comedian Trevor Noah, definitely had viewers taking to Twitter to share their love for their favorite winning artists. Back in Los Angeles after taking place in Las Vegas last year, artists brought the house down with fantastic performances and moments that made history.

The highlight of the night, hands down, was Beyonce breaking the record for most Grammy wins ever with an emotional speech thanking her uncle, her fans, and the queer community.

The night also celebrated Viola Davis, who became the third Black woman in history to achieve EGOT status, joining the ranks of Whoopi Goldberg and Jennifer Hudson.

The Dr. Dre Global Impact Award was introduced in collaboration with the Black Music Collective to celebrate in part the fiftieth anniversary of hip hop. Dr. Dre became the first person to win this award, speaking about his desire to inspire the next generation of creators.

Another new award was announced this year by first lady Dr. Jill Biden. Best Song for Social Change went to Shervin Hajipour for “Baraye,” which become the anthem of the revolution in Iran, uplifting women and protesting against injustice.


Bad Bunny opened the Grammy’s with an upbeat performance that had everyone on their feet and dancing. Fans on Twitter are happy for the artist, and the way this performance highlights the power of Spanish-speaking music in American media.

Lizzo’s performance of “It’s About Damn Time” also had fans cheering for her incredible voice and the message in her song.

Fans’ enthusiasm over Harry Styles’ performance of his hit “As It Was” turned into concern when the star nearly face planted off his spinning stage after accidentally missing the staircase. Thankfully an amazing dance number and Harry’s outfit outshone the almost-blunder.

Kacey Musgraves performed Loretta Lynn’s hit “Coal Miner’s Daughter” on her iconic guitar. Quavo with Maverick City paid tribute to Takeoff with a performance of a medley of songs, including Charlie Puth’s “See You Again.”

To make the night even more special, Kim Petras became the first transgender woman to win Best Pop Duo/Group Performance for her song “Unholy” with Sam Smith. The duo later performed their song to the excitement of many fans.

A highlight of the Grammy’s this year is when artists came together to celebrate the 50th anniversary of hip hop. The star studded performance included hip-hop giants like LL Cool J, Flavor Flav, Salt-N-Pepa, Missy Elliott, Nelly, and others.

Closer to the end of the night, Steve Lacy performed his hit “Bad Habit,” which was nominated for Song of the Year. Thundercat joined him on stage.

To close out the night, DJ Khalid performed “God Did” with Jay-Z and John Legend, which ended up being some fans favorite number of the night.

The Big Four

This year first lady Dr. Jill Biden awarded this title to Bonnie Ratt for “Just Like That,” which surprised Bonnie herself. The moving song is a true story about a mother who meets the transplant recipient of her dead son’s heart.

The Grammy for Record of the Year went home with Lizzo for “About Damn Time.” In Lizzo’s acceptance speech, she dedicated her award to Prince and praised all the body positivity songs that have been more prevalent today. She also thanked Beyonce for inspiring her, sharing how she skipped school in fifth grade to see Beyonce perform, and decided she wanted to make people feel the way that concert made her feel.

Samara Joy joined the likes of The Beatles and Billie Eilish by taking home Best New Artist, which was presented by last year’s winner Olivia Rodrigo.

This year’s winner of Album of the Year went to Harry Styles for Harry’s House.

The Grammys this year celebrated an incredible year of music. What did you think of the winners and the performances? Let us know on social media!

About the Author

Avatar photo
Kaitlin D'Souza

Kait D’Souza is a senior at Emerson College majoring in Journalism with minors in Fiction and Public Relations. She’s from Seattle, but grew up in Toronto, so sometimes she spells words kinda silly. Kait loves superheroes, is a die-hard Swiftie, and strongly believes that being short is a personality trait. If she’s ever lost, she can probably be found at the movie theatre or digging through the fridge.