Grammy Awards 2015's 21 Best and Worst Moments

From Kanye's bum-rush to AC/DC's explosive performance to Sam Smith's big night

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Worst: CBS Goes Keyboard Cat, Plays Everyone Off
Songwriter William Phillips, singer Sam Smith and Producer/sound engineer Jimmy Napes accept the Song of the Year award for "Stay With Me" onstage during The 57th Annual GRAMMY Awards in Los Angeles, California on February 8th, 2015. Kevork Djansezian/Getty14/21

Worst: CBS Goes Keyboard Cat, Plays Everyone Off

We'll make this quick. We'd like to thank the producers, for packing this show with 23 musical performances, while at the same time giving the night's winners 30 seconds to make acceptance speeches before the dreaded playoff music hit. It would have been cool to hear what Pharrell or Beck had to say, but everybody knows those extra "Thank you"s are why this telecast is always three-and-a-half hours long. And we'd like to thank the Recording Academy for still mandating that their president, Neil Portnow, got three minutes to re-arrange the deck chairs on the Titanic with his annual keynote. And, oh gosh, we'd like to thank [music begins to swell]…uh, Mom and Dad, God, the New England Patriots, LL Cool J for not doing an opening monologue, Taylor Swift's reactions to everything, Target's integrated marketing department, "social media reporter" Pauley Perrette, Kim Kardashian's shoulder pads [music reaches thunderous crescendo] and, uh…thankyougoodnight!

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