Twitter Could Barely Keep Up With Every Chaotic Thing That Happened at the 2024 Grammys

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Music’s biggest night is once again getting the Twitter—um, I mean X—treatment.

The 66th Grammy Awards is the latest prestigious ceremony to take place in this year’s crowded award season. With host Trevor Noah helming the stage at Los Angeles’s Arena, A-lister nominees like Taylor Swift, Dua Lipa, Billie Eilish, and Olivia Rodrigo made their way into the night, armed with legions of fans ready to tweet to their defense. And tweet they did!

Ahead, we’ve rounded up the very best reactions to the 2024 Grammys from users on X (the social media platform formerly known as Twitter).

Dua Lipa kicked off the night with edgy performances of her new singles “Training Season” and “Houdini”—and finally put to rest the “can’t dance” allegations.

Trevor Noah had a tongue-in-cheek response to Golden Globes host Jo Koy’s joke about Taylor Swift’s NFL cameos—and Swifties ate it up.

Fans also noted that Taylor was employing a stealthy method to keep the TikTok lip-readers at bay.

Miley Cyrus won her first-ever Grammy, handed to her by fellow music legend Mariah Carey.

The Grammys brought in Tracy Chapman for a rare public performance with Luke Combs, drawing an emotional reaction from plenty of fans.

SZA completed a lethal performance of “Kill Bill”—sword fights included.

Miley executed an explosive performance of her Grammy-winning hit, “Flowers.”

To everyone’s surprise, Taylor announced a brand-new album, coming soon: The Tortured Poets Department.

There were a lot of thoughts about that album title.

Beyoncé made a sneaky entrance into the venue, accompanied by husband Jay-Z and daughter Blue Ivy.

Jay-Z called out the Recording Academy during his acceptance speech for the Dr. Dre Global Impact Award.

Joni Mitchell made her debut Grammys performance, tugging on everyone’s heartstrings in the process.

Taylor's Midnights won Album of the Year, and the accolade was presented by Céline Dion—whom, fans noted, Taylor didn’t really acknowledge.

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