GRAMMY Tweet Beat: The Good, The Bad And The Photobombs

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(Christopher Polk/Getty Images for NARAS)

(Christopher Polk/Getty Images for NARAS)

Last night’s GRAMMY awards was definitely a starstudded affair, but if you couldn’t be there yourself, Twitter was the next best source for up to the minute show coverage.

Everyone from Kelly Clarkson to Richard Marx to Josh Groban was giving their critiques of the night’s highs and lows.

Train was happy to see Gotye win three awards—Record Of The Year, Best Pop/Duo Performance and Best Alternative Album—but thought there was one thing missing from the night.

Kimbra on the other hand, could not believe what happened.

Richard Marx (and his dog) were really impressed by Justin Timberlake’s black and white performance of “Suit And Tie” along with a new song called, “Pusher Love Girl” off of his upcoming album, The 20/20 Experience.

Justin on the other hand ended the night with a pizza.

Adam Lambert got so excited by Carrie Underwood’s dress that he forgot how to form proper sentences.

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But Carrie, who took home two awards, was too busy gushing over the New Kids On The Block.

Taylor Swift also chose celebrate her win for Best Song Written For Visual Media in a quieter way, cuddling up with her kitty.

Blake Shelton had an epiphany last night.

Pink is looking forward to what Kelly does with that amazing voice, like a little collaboration with certain R&B singer Miguel,who took home a GRAMMY for Best R&B Song.

Kelly was too busy taking photos with her favorite people. First, with Miguel and then Ellen, though the talk show host probably wasn’t aware of the Stronger singer’s presence.

kelly photobomb GRAMMY Tweet Beat: The Good, The Bad And The Photobombs

Ellen probably didn’t care though since she was spending her time inspecting Katy Perry’s um, dress.

But it was probably Jennifer Lopez’s leg, which earned itself its own Twitter handle before the night was through, that got the most attention, including some from Josh Groban.

- Shannon Carlin, Radio.com
Photo by Christopher Polk/Getty Images for NARAS

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