Grammy Awards 2017: Top 5 Most Talked-About Moments on Facebook

Adele cleaned up at the 2017 Grammy Awards and, hello, everyone has been talking about it. 

The British singer ruled the social-media chatter around the Grammys, according to Facebook, when she took out the categories for album of the year (with 25) and record of the year ("Hello"), two of her five big wins at Sunday’s ceremony. 

Adele’s latest victory was bestowed by the social media giant, which rounded-up the five big talking points of the 59th annual ceremony. 

Not content with owning the online conversation, Adele also had the fourth most talked-about moment with her orchestral tribute to the late George Michael. Adele flirted with disaster when she stopped her performance in the middle of the first chorus to "Fastlove"-- cursing in frustration and claiming “I f--ked up, I can’t do it again like last year.” She nailed it next time, earning a lot of love for her tenacity. 

Lady Gaga and Metallica’s “Moth Into Flame” performance lit up social media, coming in as the second hottest topic on FB. The pop-meet-metal collab had a lot going on: Pyrotechics, tatts, grunt, and a dud mic for Metallica’s James Hetfield

Beyonce and her proud baby bump also had viewers buzzing. Queen Bey’s performance of Lemonade tracks "Love Drought" and "Sandcastles," her first public appearance since announcing that she was pregnant with twins, came in at No. 4 on the Facebook list while Bruno Mars and his rendition of 24K Magic cut "That's What I Like” completed the top 5. Check out the list below.

Top 5 Most Talked-About Grammy moments on Facebook
1. Adele wins Record of The Year for "Hello" and Album of The Year for "25"
2. Lady Gaga and Metallica Perform “Moth Into Flame”
3. Beyonc√© Performs "Love Drought” and “Sand Castles" 
4. Adele Performs a tribute to George Michael 
5. Bruno Mars Performs "What I Like" 

2017 Grammys


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