Published: Wed, January 31, 2018
Entertaiment | By Lawrence Myers

Ed Sheeran Accepts Grammys With Cat Photo

Ed Sheeran Accepts Grammys With Cat Photo

Gary Clark Jr., left, and Jon Batiste announce that the award for best pop solo performance is won by Ed Sheeran at the 60th annual Grammy Awards at Madison Square Garden on Sunday, Jan. 28, 2018, in NY.

However, there are reports that Sheeran's victory was booed by some members of the audience, while others took to Twitter to voice their frustration.

Kesha fans have been left furious after she lost two of the biggest awards of the 2018 Grammy Awards to British musician Ed Sheeran.

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I love Ed Sheeran to the point that I'm teased mercilessly about it in the office - but something about his win at the Grammy Awards today felt so off, and Twitter wasn't having it at all.

"Still not over Ed Sheeran winning a Grammy for a generic song about sex over Kesha's song about overcoming sexual assault and forgiving her rapist".

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Ed also won the award for Best Pop Vocal Album, which was announced during the pre-show.

Meanwhile, the #MeToo movement once again dominated headlines at the event - with numerous artists attending choosing to wear white roses as a mark of support for victims of sexual harassment and assault. She not only earned her first nominations but performed a powerful rendition of "Praying" featuring the Resistance Revival Chorus - one that is bound to leave Twitter in tears for a different reason. Music industry in a nutshell.

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