Check out all Grammys most Shocking moments with Taylor Swift and other Celebrities! With Miley Cyrus, Celine Dion to Someone Shocking beating Taylor and Beyonce to Song of the Year..

Grammys Award - Taylor Swift


It is the biggest night of the year for the music industry, with entertainers keen to grab attention (as well as awards) for their daring outfits and raucous antics.


Grammys Award - Taylor Swift

The Grammy Awards has never been short on shocking moments, with wardrobe malfunctions, on-stage gaffes, stage storming and controversial attendees often taking the spotlight off the winners.

Last year’s ceremony served up an array of surprise moments – including IT couple Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck exchanging terse words, unaware they were on camera.

Elsewhere, Bonnie Raitt’s shocked face became a meme after the music legend beat artists including Taylor Swift and Beyonce to Song of the Year at the 2023 Grammys for her track Just Like That

Making their mark in awards show history, Milli Vanilli won the Grammy Award for Best New Artist in 1990 – but it was later revoked after it emerged they didn’t actually sing on their songs.

Fashion moments that took the ceremony by storm include Lopez’s iconic plunging green Versace silk chiffon dress at the 2000 ceremony, while Madonna flashed her posterior at the 2015 awards.

As we look ahead to a glittering ceremony, reflects on the most attention-grabbing Grammy moments that shocked the world…

Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez

Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck shocked fans worldwide when they were inadvertently captured having a very tense chat during the 2023 Grammys.

In a viral clip J-Lo was seen seemingly berating her husband – before realizing the camera was on them and quickly smiling for the camera.’sreader revealed Lopez was ordering Affleck to make more of an effort during the Grammy Awards – snapping at the actor and demanding he pretend to be enjoying himself.

Lopez and Affleck, who frequently looks strained and angry when in public, were seen exchanging tense words during the ceremony, right as host Trevor Noah sat down next to them.

‘Stop,’ Lopez tells him. ‘Look more friendly. Look motivated.’ Affleck replies: ‘I might.’

Lopez looks on serenely as a red-faced Affleck challenges her. She refuses to respond to his aggressive posturing, which seems to irritate him further.

The tense exchange began with Affleck whispering into his wife of six months’ ear – only for her to jerk away and seemingly snap at him in response.

He frowns, straightens up his vest and his posture, before it quickly dawns on them it was caught on camera.

Frosty-faced Lopez tried to cover up the moment, though her husband had a vacant expression throughout the evening.

TikTok users watching the moment on the platform immediately flooded the comments section with their observations.

‘Jennifer Garner at home eating popcorn like …. ‘Girlllllll he’s your problem now,” one said.

‘The Grammy producers are so messy for this but I love it,’ another wrote.

‘HER FACE WHEH SHE SAW THE CAMERA LOL,’ another chimed in.

Bonnie Raitt

Bonnie Raitt was a surprise winner of the Song of the Year award at the Grammys – prevailing in a star-studded field of nominees that included Taylor Swift, Lizzo, Harry Styles, Beyonce and Adele.

The singer’s Just Like That staved off competition from Taylor Swift (All Too Well (10 Minute Version), Lizzo (About Damn Time), Harry Styles (As It Was), Steve Lacy (Bad Habit), GAYLE (abcdefu), Beyonce (Break My Soul), Adele (Easy On Me), DJ Khaled (God Did), and Kendrick Lamar (The Heart Part 5) to take home the prize.

The Burbank, California-born performer stunned when she was named the winner and made her way out on stage.

‘I’m so surprised, I don’t know what to say,’ she said. ‘I don’t write a lot of songs but I’m so proud that you appreciate this one. I’m totally humbled.’

Raitt was presented the award at the show by First Lady Dr. Jill Biden.

Her victory marked the first time a song penned by a solo songwriter had been victorious since the classic Rehab from the late Amy Winehouse won in 2008.

Bonnie Raitt and Taylor Swift

She also paid tribute to the late singer-songwriter John Prine, who died of coronavirus in April of 2020.

Raitt described her victory in the loaded category as an ‘unreal moment’ in honor of the track, which she said was inspired by organ donors, and the late singer-songwriter Prine.

Raitt also cited songwriters in her speech, describing them as the ‘soul-digging, hard-working people who put these ideas to music.’

Raitt, during the Grammy Premiere ceremony earlier in the evening, also won the Best Americana Performance for Made Up Mind and Best American Roots Song for Just Like That.