Taylor Swift didn't let Kanye West impact her big night!
The 26-year-old singer kicked off the 58th annual GRAMMY Awards on Monday with a glittery performance of her latest single, breakup anthem “Out of the Woods,” and she sure kicked off the awards show on a strong note at Staples Center.
Rocking a sparkly black jumpsuit with an Anna Wintour bob, Swift showed off her pipes -- and at one point during the performance, Adele was even seen singing along to the lyrics! The audience wore light-up 1989 World Tour bracelets for an added visual pop and were glitter-bombed (country singer Chris Stapleton later jokingly thanked Swift for the unexpected "gift") by the end of it.
But did she fire back at Kanye West on music’s biggest night?
Swift, who picked up two GRAMMYs in the pre-telecast, sure ... didn't! The singer opted not to make a dig in response to West’s controversial and headline-making lyrics from his new track, “Famous.” It is the GRAMMYs, after all.
In the song off his album The Life of Pablo, he raps, “I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex / Why? I made that b***h famous.” While Swift’s younger brother Austin immediately responded to the perceived diss by throwing out his pair of Yeezy sneakers, the 1989 singer hadn’t publicly addressed the drama.
So sorry to everyone who was hoping for Kanye vs.Taylor, Round 3. Guess you'll have to wait just a little bit longer.
Swift was already celebrating at the GRAMMYs well before the live broadcast began, sharing a video of her and BFF Selena Gomez after winning Best Music Video win for “Bad Blood” and calling in to accept her award for Best Pop Vocal Album.