Lisa Gaché Comments on “Red Carpet Manners @ Grammys 2011! Volume & Vigor!

Lisa Gachécomments on the “manners” of the Grammy night. This is an excerpt from her post on the Grammys for Beverly Hills Manners

…Watching tonight’s lineup of musical superstars was not a chore, it was pure enjoyment! One thing’s for sure, musical personalities are big, brash and bold and they do not disappoint. They make for good entertainment and loads of commentary, especially, when they break the rules of decorum and don see-through or meat inspired attire. Let’s take a look at tonight’s highlights and low points as we bring you our latest Red Carpet Manners at the Grammy’s.

The Animals are on the Loose.
MTV pulled out all the stops giving Snookie an opportunity to host on the red carpet. A rare moment found her interviewing a leopard-inspired Nicki Minaj complete with a bride-of-Frankenstein up do. With mikes in hands and mouths basically uncensored, the girls were free to banter back and forth. Unfortunately,the Jersey Shore and Queens boroughs were not far behind as they creeped into the conversation removing any trace of sophistication or class.

Easy on the Gyrating.
Rihanna and Drake turned the heat way up for their performance of “What’s My Name,” which would have been great for the AMA’s or VMA’s, but the Grammy’s, not so much! The very explicit gyrating motions that Rihanna is known for pushed the limit and I am guessing that Neil Portnow, President of the Academy, received some flack for it. Don’t even get me started on Puff Daddy/P. Diddy/Diddy Money, whatever his name is this week’s introduction. Did he just get a mouthful of braces? He could hardly speak! It was a toss up as to who was a worse speaker, Diddy or Kris Kristofferson who also sounded like he had a mouthful of cotton.

Angry Much?
With eyes bulging and veins popping, you’d think Eminem had plastic surgery to keep the perpetual angry look on his face. His music is highly-regarded, but his relentless themes of hard knocks and violent acts is exhausting to watch. Does this guy ever smile? Yes, he seemed appreciative and sincere during his acceptance speech, however, I could not get over how much he resembled the crazy brother, Albee, in “Big Love.” That is one creepy fellow and Eminem is following suit. We get it, it’s part of your act, but lighten up a bit dude!

Thank you to Lisa Gaché of Beverly Hills Manners

Stevie Wilson,

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