Michelle Obama, Dolly Parton, and Kacey Musgraves were the biggest winner at the 2019 Grammys — despite the fact that Musgraves was the just a single of the three to bring home a trophy.
Musgraves was noticeably stunned when she was reported as the night’s biggest winner for the collection of the year for her record “Brilliant Hour” which won prior at night for best down-home collection.
The audience could not contain their excitement as their thunderous applause interrupted her but she was happy to wait and restart her speech.
“From the Motown records I wore out on the South Side to the ‘Who Run the World’ song that energized me through this last decade, music has dependably helped me tell my story, and I realize that is valid for everyone here,” said Obama.
She proceeded to state, “Regardless of whether we like nation or rap or shake, music causes us to share ourselves, our pride and distresses, our expectations and delights. It enables us to hear each other, to welcome each other in. Music demonstrates to us that every last bit of it is important — each story inside each voice, each note inside each tune, is that correct women?”
Alicia Keys took the minute to catch up Obama’s discourse cheering, “Who run the world!”
Post her appearance, Obama took to Twitter to think back right now and give a shoutout to Keys,
while the internet was as shocked and overjoyed at the audience as they posted their reactions to Obama’s grand entrance.