Adele Wins Album of the Year, Says Beyonce Deserved It

Adele pulled a Kanye on herself. A tearful, beautiful Kanye.

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  • Well, when was the last time we saw something like that live on stage!? After Beyonce lost Album of the Year to Adele's 25, Adele went on stage and talked about the meaning that an artist like Beyonce had on her and on the people around her, and subtly implied that maybe Beyonce deserved the award much more than she did.

    It was a beautiful and humble moment, one that explored just how much influence Beyonce has, and how no award given or not can mitigate that influence. Adele herself proved what a giving person she is, and how with both of these artists, awards are nothing compared to the beauty of the music.

    Beyonce performed earlier at the Grammies in a haunting performance you can read about here.

    What did you think of Adele's gesture? Let us know in the comments or on Twitter at @WhatsTrending.

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