2014 Grammys Review in Exactly 30 Seconds – Pharrell’s Hat and more! The Rod Kim & Vince Cirino Self Deprecating RKVC Pop Rock Pop Up Videos.
2014 Grammys Review in Exactly 30 Seconds – Pharrell’s Hat and more!
It’s our 2014 Grammys review in exactly 30 seconds. Did anyone else see Pharrell’s hat? It was like the Arby’s logo or something! In this 2014 Grammys review the electronic pop duo whisks through everything from the Lorde Grammy wins to LL Cool J licking his lips constantly. Rod was especially excited about the Lorde Grammy wins. For the 2014 Grammys review, it was the Macklemore Grammy wedding that stole the show with Queen Latifah officiating the marriage of 34 gay and straight couples. The Imagine Dragons Kendrick Lamar collaboration was really cool too. Then it was the Sara Bareilles Carole King collaboration that was amazing and Pharrell’s hat was still showing up places.
In a 2014 Grammys review, it can’t be forgotten that LL Cool J licking his lips every few seconds was nearly distracting but the Macklemore Grammy wedding was moving. Did we mention the Lorde Grammy wins? And the Macklemore Grammy wedding?
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