Can These Grammy Performers Be Any Worse Than Adam Levine at the Super Bowl?

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The Grammys might be music’s biggest night, but for most of us, it’s a snoozefest. However, the one thing that we do put our phones down for is the live performances.

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Whether it’s an unlikely team-up (Metallica and Lady Gaga), a rare live set (Daft Punk and Pharrell with Stevie Wonder), or an awkward pairing (deadmau5 and Foo Fighters), Grammy performances are what us common folk will be talking about. (Let’s hope it’s not in the same way Adam Levine of Maroon 5 got us talking after the Super Bowl halftime show.)

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