Beyoncé At The Grammys: Everything Okay With Jay-Z There, B?
Um, how are things in the Beyoncé-Jay-Z household? Because I was getting some anger tonight. Winner for “Single Ladies” when she’s already got the ring, Beyoncé was also nominated for “Halo,” a song about just how much a woman loves her awesome wonderful heavenly godly fabulous man. And by all accounts, Jay-Z is pretty cool. But B got up there and not only sang “If I Were A Boy” — harshly, with an edge, adding a “YEAH RIGHT!” — but then launched into the ne plus ultra of hell-hath-no-fury songs, “You Oughta Know” by Alanis. “Another version of me, Mr. Duplicity?” she spat out, and though Jay-Z was applauding like mad at the end, actually looking a little geeky and pencil-necked in his tux, one couldn’t help why, exactly, Sasha was feeling so fierce. Either way, it made for some smokin’ entertainment. Clip from the performance below.
p.s. I swear I have nothing against Beyoncé, despite my online hounding of her earlier this month.
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