As DEADLINE HOLLYWOOD put it... Maybe it was the more than three and a half hour run time, maybe it was the surprise Hillary Clinton cameo and political stances than seemed to take up more airtime than the music or maybe it was the move to a January broadcast that hobbled last night’s Grammys. Regardless of the reason, somewhere the 60th annual Grammy Awards lost the groove – at least when it comes to ratings and viewers.

It's certainly not the first time that the Grammys were strident and political. It was three years ago that Natalie Grant slipped out of the Grammys after winning two of them. This year, it’s probably no surprise that Nikki Haley, the subject of an accusation fueled by “Fire and Fury” author Michael Wolff, really didn’t like the part of the Grammys where people ranging from Snoop Dogg to Hillary Clinton read excerpts of the widely discredited book about the Trump Administration. The UN Ambassador took to twitter...

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