12 Best Instagram Moments from the 60th Annual GRAMMY Awards

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For the most part, the 60th Annual GRAMMY Awards were a bit of a snoozefest. Of course, there were a few surprise award winners and a couple of show-stopping performances, but mostly, the show seemed uninspired. While the evening was meant to put women and the #TimesUp movement front-and-center only 17 of the 86 awards went to women or a female-fronted band.

However, one place that was on and poppin’ all weekend was definitely Instagram– where the stars go to really shine.

12 Best Instagram Moments from the 60th Annual GRAMMY Awards:


After the show, the Brothers Osborne were just trying to get in their car when part of Bruno Mars’ crew got in it. Turns out, it worked out to their advantage as they got a surprise meet-and-greet with the legendary Bono.


Blue Ivy Carter joined her dad Jay-z on the front row of the show about halfway through and immediately let the world know– it takes a lot to impress her.


If you’ve ever seen a photo of Little Big Town on the red carpet, you know that they don’t always seem on the same page, re: smiling. Before the show, Karen Fairchild and Kimberly Schlapman practiced their smile with Karen saying, “sometimes, I don’t want to smile… I’m happy in my heart, it’s just that my face looks better when I don’t smile.”

Karen also said, she’s joyful, it’s just a secret joyful.


Of course, Cardboard Hillary Scott was one of our favorite things from the evening.


Pink and fam almost nailed this photo, but son Jameson was not feeling it.


Sam Hunt’s “Body Like A Back Road” was nominated for two GRAMMYs and even though he didn’t win, he did walk away from the evening hand-in-hand with his inspiration for the tune, wife Hannah Lee.


Thomas Rhett attended all kinds of parties over the weekend, but only wrote “let’s write” on one photo– this one with Offset from Migos. ​


It was a big weekend for Maren Morris as a GRAMMY nominee and performer, but fiance Ryan Hurd’s favorite moment came when Clive Davis gave the couple a shout out during his legendary pre-GRAMMY party.


Midland, once again, was the best-dressed guys in every room.


Reba walked away with a GRAMMY and we won by getting to see this pre-glam photo.


Cardi B didn’t win any GRAMMYs, but she did get this signed note from Bono, so she’s a winner in her heart.


Once again, DJ Khaled’s son Asahd won the red carpet, this time sporting a very nice red tuxedo.