The Biggest Snubs at the Grammys

The Biggest Snubs at the Grammys

Here are these biggest snubs from the 2020 Grammy Awards. John Iadarola and Jason Carter break it down on The Damage Report. Follow The Damage Report on Facebook:

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"The pundits do their best every year to predict the Grammy Award winners, but there are always snubs and surprises. This year was no exception. Take a look.

Surprise: Billie Eilish became just the second artist in Grammy history to sweep the Big Four awards: album, record and song of the year, plus best new artist. The first was Christopher Cross 39 years ago. It was a surprise because Lizzo came on strong in recent months and it seemed likely that the two would split the top prizes. In the end, Lizzo beat Eilish in just one category—best pop solo performance for "Truth Hurts." (Fun Fact: Cross also lost in that category in the year of his sweep.

Kenny Loggins’ "This Is It" took best pop vocal performance, male, edging out Cross’ "Sailing.")
Surprise: Elvis Costello & the Imposters took the award for best traditional pop vocal album for Look Now, beating four-time category champ Michael Bublé and perennial nominee Barbra Streisand. It’s Costello’s first Grammy win in 20 years, since he shared a 1998 award with Burt Bacharach. Costello and the Imposters are the first group (as opposed to collabs) to win in this category."

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