The 2017 GRAMMY Awards was one for the ages, and ET's Cameron Mathison is joining ETonline's senior music editor, Sophie Schillaci, in our brand new Absolut Lime Green Room to revisit some of the most refreshingly surprising moments from music's biggest night.
"Everybody on the red carpet was talking about CeeLo Green," Schillaci says.
If there were an award for Best Arrival, the distinction would have gone to the "Forget You" singer, who appeared in all gold from head to toe.
"Was it outrageous? Yes. Was it crazy? Yes," Schillaci continues. "But it was actually part of this new persona CeeLo is trying to make happen called Gnarly Davidson."
Another outrageous moment came during the live show when Twenty One Pilots dropped trou while accepting the award for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance.
"And when you're the host of the show, you got to follow suit," Mathison says. "James Corden dropped trou when they came back from the break. You got to love him."
On the carpet, Skylar Grey and Santigold participated in Absolut's #refreshthetalk campaign to put a twist on this year's red carpet conversations.
"They want to refresh what people talk about on the red carpet and make it have more social impact," Grey told Mathison at the event.
"My social issue is women's issues," Santigold said, cradling an LED screen purse baring phrases like "Resister" and "The future is female." "It's all about women's issues, and I want to talk about women's reproductive rights. There's just so many issues that I'd love to talk about."
Absolut partnered with the GRAMMYs this year to celebrate the launch of their newest flavor, Absolut Lime. The 59th Annual GRAMMY Awards aired live Sunday on CBS.