Frazier joined Sheryl Underwood, Sara Gilbert, Sharon Osbourne, Aisha Tyler and Julie Chen at the round table on Monday, where he moderated their panel discussion of the star-studded awards show.
One of the highlights of the big event came when Adele won Album of the Year for 25, beating out Beyonce's Lemonade. During her acceptance speech, Adele honored Beyonce and said that the "Formation" singer deserved the award more she did.
"I love the fact that Adele even broke her GRAMMY in half and then offered the other half to Beyonce," Frazier shared, explaining how the two artists shut down any rumors of rivalry with their emotional moment at the close of the awards show.
"People always try to make women rivals, that’s classic in our culture," Gilbert said, "and it's awesome to see them set the record straight."
The group also reacted to Beyonce's psychedelic Golden Goddess performance that blended holographic images, pre-recorded material and a live stage presence.
"The GRAMMYs are always about spectacle, and you really want to see a side of the artists that you haven't seen in their other work," Tyler said, praising Beyonce's unique appearance. "That performance was spectacular."
The panel also talked about some pre-show moments on the red carpet, including when Katy Perry supposedly threw shade at Britney Spears when she joked that she's dyed her hair every possible color and "the only thing left to do is shave my head, which I'm really saving for a public breakdown."
While Frazier said Perry seemed to make the remarks "off the cuff," Tyler said her comments may reflect that she's actually struggling with something emotionally.
"I actually think that Katy is going through something," she shared. "We're always so quick leap to this [idea] of, 'Women are cutting other women down. Women are throwing shade.' Why can’t that just have been her own expression of what she was going through in her own life?"
Osbourne said she didn't know what Perry's intentions were when it came to her red carpet comments, but had nothing but praise for the singer's politically charged debut performance of her new single "Chained to the Rhythm."
"I really liked her performance, and I loved her new image," Osbourne added. "I thought that she's gone leaps and bounds from what she was before… she's grown so much as an artist."
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