There were so many moments at the 2020 Grammys that just made us:
Cringe hard to put it simply.
One of the biggest star-studded events of the year has just taken place, a room with a bunch of your favourite celebrities all dressed up - nothing could go wrong, right? Wrong. It wasn't just wardrobe malfunctions or trip-ups that gave us the annual awards-show-awkward-moments list.
Forced laughter, weird questions from presenters, and little hiccups on stage - all the works really. Scroll down to see the full lineup of the unforgettably uncomfortable moments...
Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton's red carpet interview & performance
Is it just me or is the vibe super weird? Ryan Seacrest asks Blake and Gwen what they think it's going to be like singing on stage and (I quote) "looking into each others eyes."
Then to make matters worse, or better in our case. Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton's Grammy performance did actually ended up being awkward. It included a lot of hand holding and almost forced romantic eye contact.
Twitter was definitely not here for it.
Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton have the palpable on stage chemistry of two parents who have nothing in common but their kids are best friends so they're forced to constantly interact and it's always slightly awkward— Sarah Jane Connor (@SJ_Connor) January 27, 2020
Giuliana Rancic forgot who designed her dress on live television
Ariana Grande swore...alot
It's not really the worst thing that could happen to you when millions of viewers are watching. But it definitely seemed awkward to the presenter.
Somebody didn't get the dress-code and went for skeleton-mask make-up
He was sat in the second row so his painted face was DEFINITELY noticeable. And apparently he was a member of Alicia Keys' family. You do you, I guess.
Tyler the Creator's speech was too long (according to the Grammy producers)
This Grammy win was a big milestone for the rising artist. But unfortunately during his acceptance speech, the producers of the Awards Show had to cut his time short. Could there be some ulterior motives there? As well as this, Tyler threw some shade at the Grammys later on for being awarded "Best Rap Album."
In an interview he says: "it sucks that whenever we — and I mean guys that look like me — do anything that's genre-bending or that's anything they always put it in a rap or urban category. I don't like that 'urban' word — it's just a politically correct way to say the n-word to me."
Nick Jonas has something stuck in his teeth during his Grammys performance
How did his brothers not warn him before they got up on stage?!
And at least you all know I eat my greens. — Nick Jonas (@nickjonas) January 27, 2020
At least him addressing it makes things less awkward.