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How Harry Styles’ Grammy Performance Went Wrong

Due to a technical glitch during Sunday’s event, Harry Styles‘ Grammy performance literally went in the “wrong direction.”

During the superstar’s live rendition of ‘As It Was’ at the ceremony in Los Angeles, the former One Direction star’s dancers claimed that the large red turntable stage started rotating the wrong way causing the pop star and his backup steppers to perform in “reverse”.

Taking to his Instagram account, dancer Brandon Mathi explained:

“The moment the curtain opened and it was time to perform, our turntable started spinning in reverse, backward.” “There was nothing we could do to stop it. So after a week of rehearsing this piece perfectly going one way, the moment it’s time to perform, it starts going the other way, and in real time we have to troubleshoot and do a complete piece in reverse. “Talk about professionalism.”

In a since-deleted TikTok post, another dancer, Dexter Da Rocha, stated that they tried to “get the attention of the technician” at the Arena, but it was difficult due to it being live television. “So, to switch all those patterns on the spot, having not even walked in that direction… like it sounds it’d be easy to walk, it’s like a treadmill, but I swear to god, since it’s circular, it pulls you in different directions and it’s such a special type of balance.”

Da Rocha praised Harry for being able to “reverse everything while he was singing and reverse his entire duet.”

As dramatic as his impromptu performance was, Styles also took home two Grammys, including the prestigious Album of the Year accolade for ‘Harry’s House’. And in the acceptance speech about the award, he said:

“I’ve been so inspired by every artist in this category with me.” “But it’s important for us to remember that there’s no such thing as the best in music. This doesn’t happen very often to people like me so this is very nice, thank you.”

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Author: Saul Goode

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