Jay-Z's remark about The-Dream's hat was the highest tweets-per-minute moment of Sunday night's ceremony for east coast viewers from 8 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. ET -- with the show attracting 13.2 million total tweets during that time span, Twitter told Mashable.
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Top Tweets-Per-Minute Moments
- Jay-Z, Kanye West, Frank Ocean and The-Dream win Best Rap Collaboration: 116,400
- Prince announce’s Gotye winning Record of the Year: 109,400
- Fun. wins best new artist: 100,600
- 1. Rihanna, who performed "Stay" with Mikky Ekko and then was part of a Bob Marley tribute with Bruno Mars and Sting
- 2. Frank Ocean, who performed and won Best Urban Contemporary Album and Best Rap Collaboration
- 3. Taylor Swift, who opened the show with "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together"
- 4. Beyonce, who along with Ellen Degeneres introduced Justin Timberlake's performance
- 5. Justin Timberlake, who performed at the Grammys for the first time in four years
- 6. Ed Sheeran, who teamed up with Elton John for a performance
Notable Tweets from Celebrities
Miguel responded via Twitter after Kelly Clarkson mentioned his performance during her acceptance speech for Best Pop Vocal Album: "Miguel, I don't know who the hell you are, but we need to sing together. I mean, good God. That was the sexiest dancing I've ever seen."
@kelly_clarkson say when! You killed tonight, MUCH LOVE
— Miguel (@MiguelUnlimited) February 11, 2013
Zac Brown Band thanked fans by tweeting a photo of the inside of the winner's envelope after the band won Best Country Album:
— Zac Brown Band (@zacbrownband) February 11, 2013
First lady Michelle Obama gave a shout-out to Janis Ian:
— FLOTUS (@FLOTUS) February 11, 2013
And the winners are ...
For a full list of winners, click here.
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