Looking gorgeous in bright blue and purple sky-high shoes ...
The 57th GRAMMYs are off to a high-voltage start, but we don’t have time to let our hair de-frizz from all the electricity because we are already into our first awards announcements. Hello, Taylor Swift!
After that performance — their first-ever at the GRAMMYs — can there be any doubt that we will be shaking all night long? I think not!
The whole Staples Center knows the words. Nice horns on Katy Perry!
Hell’s bells! They’ve segued into the classic “Highway To Hell.” The thunder from Down Under are ripping it up.
Last year was kind of rough for AC/DC, despite the release of their 15th studio album: Not sure if you’ll remember, but drummer Phil Rudd ran into some weird and kind of disturbing legal trouble, and founding member Malcolm Young left the band.
Cool shorts! Angus Young’s trademark school-uniform outfit made some fashion waves in the 70s. Or, at the very least, made him a guy who stood out, sartorially speaking. Was he a walking contradiction? The shorts made him look so innocent …
@showbizshelly has on her devil horns.
This is their new song, “Rock or Bust,” off the same-named album released in November. I don’t foresee any busting, because they’re doing A LOT of rocking, am I right?
GRAMMY Fact: This is AC/DC's first time performing on the GRAMMY stage! But the rock veterans are no strangers to the GRAMMYs; they previously won Best Hard Rock Performance for 2009 for "War Machine."
Just a minute to go, everybody, and if you’ve been following the buzz you know you’re in for a heap of A-list performances. The show always starts with a bang, and I have a premonition that this year’s is going to be especially loud.