Sunday night's Grammy Awards featured several unforgettable performances including Bruno Mars and Cardi B.'s heart-pumping rendition of "Finesse (Remix) and Kendrick Lamar's sizzling opener. However, one performance was memorable for all the wrong reasons.
Legendary rocker Sting and Carribean singer Shaggy took the stage together in a strange collaboration that left many on social media scratching their heads. "Sting. Shaggy. Make it make sense," wrote user @theCRISTYshow. Added @carlyaquilino, "If you would have told me yesterday that I was going to see so much Shaggy at the #grammys I would have laughed hysterical and wrote about how funny you are in my diary."
Here's what the rest of Twitter had to say about the unlikely duo who are slated to release a joint, Carribbean-infused album on April 20.
Sting. Shaggy. Make it make sense— Cissa Rae (@theCRISTYshow) January 29, 2018
If you would have told me yesterday that I was going to see so much Shaggy at the #grammys I would have laughed hysterical and wrote about how funny you are in my diary— carly aquilino (@carlyaquilino) January 29, 2018
Good to see Shaggy, but where did the #GRAMMYs dig him up from? Luv him still. Big up to all Jamaicans a foreign🇯🇲🇯🇲.— Denise (@browncdngirl) January 29, 2018
Watching Shaggy and Sting perform at the Grammys is comparable to watching your grandfather do something mad embarrassing in a public restaurant— ben (@ben_fluet) January 29, 2018
Wait, when did Sting and Shaggy become a thing?— Today Has Been Ruff (@gaultcommasarah) January 29, 2018
However, not everyone was confused by the collaboration. Some thought it made perfect sense.
Seriously ❤️ all the people freaking out about the Sting #Shaggy collab. We saw them first in Kingston weeks ago and it was wicked. We told you it was coming! #TeamShaggy4Kids #GrammyAwards pic.twitter.com/UqrmuayBYU— Carole V. Bell (@BellCV) January 29, 2018
#Shaggy and Sting. My heart.— C Ramsay (@cramsay1) January 29, 2018
Shaggy and Sting sharing a stage is too much. #Grammys2018— Zack Turner 🌍 (@zt) January 29, 2018
I'd buy a shaggy and sting album— Robert Anderson Van Wyck (@PoloPiffington) January 29, 2018
Sting killed it with shaggy. Legendary #GRAMMYs— All Hail (@THEEkiidd) January 29, 2018
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