People describe the GRAMMYs in five words

As music lovers and artists in the biz prepare for the 57th annual GRAMMYs on Sunday, people on the Internet are also warming up to the…
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Will Kanye West and Paul McCartney perform at the 2015 GRAMMYs? Here’s what people thing. (Photo: Twitter/@ThatEricAlper)

As music lovers and artists in the biz prepare for the 57th annual GRAMMYs on Sunday, people on the Internet are also warming up to the forthcoming awards show.

The label #GRAMMYsIn5Words is a trending topic Friday, which had many Twitter users unleash their creative juices.

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American TV host and stand-up comedian Chris Hardwick was the man responsible for beginning the hashtag. He’s host of Comedy Central’s half-hour show called “@Midnight.”

Hardwick is known for creating popular “Hashtag War’s” on Twitter, which quickly escalate on social media becoming hot topics. This time, he focused on the GRAMMYs.

“Rich & famous musicians may FINALLY get some recognition this weekend, so tonight’s Hashtag War is #GrammysIn5Words!,” he announced on Twitter.

Hardwick retweeted some of his favorite tweets, which read:

  • Why are the Kardashians here?
  • Drake cries before his speech
  • Beyonce and some other people
  • Madonna will break a hip
  • 2 Chainz wears 3 chains

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As for everyone else on Twitter, here are some of the most innovative responses.

Twitter engages with #GRAMMYsIn5Words