Now that we’ve got the 2012 Grammy review out of the way; let’z skip the pond and talk shi~ about some UK artists. The BritAwards streamed through r MuchMusic stream, givin’ the DEAFWISH critics something other than steak mince to talk about.
We tried to tolerate the uninspired, subdued neon garbage that is Coldplay. Then we remembered the PVR future and promptly skipped past it. Their next album should come bundled with some “oops I crapped my pants“.
Don’t know who Rankin Family is?
I wish I grew up in your family car.
That aside, it seems as though Florence and the Machine are better when they can flex their studio muscle. While the performance was energetic, they kinda came off as a hipster Evanescense.
When they announced her name the look on her face said “my people told me I was a sure bet”. We promptly ran some numbers in the lab but found her score on the DEAFWISH Diva-dar to still be within the acceptable levels witnessed pre-Grammy’s.
That said, it seemed as though the fame was starting to twist at her spirit.
Uncle Dan nailed this one on the head when we saw Ed Sheeran take the stage. This was when we all started to realize we don’t understand British popular culture like we once thought.
Kid looks like he could use some sun and a little life experience for the lyrics; but at least he was playin’ it.
Bottom Line: Old men WTF’d while british tweens probably swooned.
Yeah, this chick has a kinda smokey voice and bj lips.
Rykarda Parasol still owns her a$$. Maybe one day she’ll get on a label that can buy her a Mastercard award.
That’s fashion 4 ya.
The night closed off with Adele winning another award, standing around flipping her hair, then flipping the bird when she couldn’t talk over the precious sponsor time.
The DEAFWISH department of Science then reported a spike in diva like activity…
This was the most dramatic spike in diva like activity the industry has seen in dayze. Our team has proceeded to delve into the numbers; look out for a “where’s my toilet seat!!!!” prediction on Adele for early July.
Then Blur played for some reason.
By far, the best part of the 2012 BritAwards was the MardiGras cake and the str8 whiskey.
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