The awards ceremony is supposed to be about entertainment, but expect Grammy Awards politics–which will mean Leftist causes.
The reason for Grammy Awards politics isn’t just an overall Leftist agenda that they desperately want to affect a majority of Americans. It’s also the fact that these entertainers can’t bear to think they’re merely entertainers. No, they have to believe they are “champions” and “fighters” for a cause.
Naturally, the media pretends that the people want to be propagandized and this is a completely spontaneous expression coming from the artists themselves in all their integrity. The headline almost hints that they are all hoping to conform to and leverage “the political climate.”
The L.A. Times reports, “Grammy rehearsals aim to be true to the political climate while celebrating music.”
More eyes likely will be glued to the moments of the show that will address social issues such as gun violence, mental illness and sexual abuse — hotly debated topics that in recent months have jolted the entertainment industry. Producers stressed that they never look to force politics into the show, instead leaving it up to artists to use the platform as they see fit.
“We really do believe in artists’ rights,” [Executive Producer Ken] Ehrlich said. “Everything comes from them. They are more than the sum of their lyrics and music. There’s certainly more of a magnifying glass on our show because of the [Time’s Up show of support at the] Golden Globes.”
As Corden and Ehrlich discussed a potential segment, the newscast in the producer’s bullpen displayed a press conference of an Arizona woman who was leaving the hospital after recovering from a “non-survivable injury” after being shot in the head at the Route 91 Harvest country music festival. The attack that left 58 dead and hundreds more injured will be addressed on Sunday’s show with a tribute performance from Maren Morris, Eric Church and Brooks Osborne; the names of the victims will be displayed on paper lanterns.[…]
The day before rehearsal kicked off, an open letter was circulated among the music industry by a group calling itself the “Voices of Entertainment.”
Taking its cues from the Times Up campaign that defined the Golden Globes, the group is requesting attendees and nominees wear white roses in support of “equal representation in the workplace, for leadership that reflects the diversity of our society, workplaces free of sexual harassment and a heightened awareness of accountability.”
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