How Hillary Clinton Filmed A Surprise Cameo For The 2018 Grammy Awards

Cardi B 2018 Grammy Awards

Cardi B 2018 Grammy Awards

The passage read by Clinton described Trump's love of fast food.

The bit demonstrates Grammy have James Corden holding tries out for the book perusing with expectations of capturing one year from now's best talked word collection with popular performers going for the pined for part.

After Corden informed her that her performance was flawless, she responded gleefully, "You think so?"

Rapper Cardi B went off-script at one point: "I can't believe this".

"He had a longtime fear of being poisoned", a voice intoned behind a raised book, before the cover was quickly lowered to reveal it was Hillary Clinton.

Nikki Haley wrote on Twitter that the show should not 'ruin great music with trash'. "I was dismayed when it occurred, but was heartened the young woman came forward, was heard, and had her concerns taken seriously and addressed", Clinton tweeted.

Still, Clinton thought it'd be fun to give Wolff more attention by reading his book at the awards program.

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Clinton read an excerpt of Michael Wolff's best-seller about why Trump eats at McDonald's.

Along with Clinton, artists like Cher, Snoop Dogg, Cardi B, John Legend and DJ Khaled were among those who read excerpts.

In light-hearted political commentary during the music industry's biggest award night in NY on Sunday, host James Corden introduced a video of famous names, including John Legend, Cher, Cardi B and Snoop Dogg, reciting from the deeply critical book about US President Donald Trump's first year in office, ostensibly as contenders for a spoken word Grammy prize.

"GRAMMY's in the bag?" she asked.

Just as the Hollywood award shows this year have been dominated by the Time's Up movement, the 60th annual Grammy Awards became a platform for artists to address sexual harassment and abuse, but also President Donald Trump, immigration, and gun violence. US Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley fired off a tweet shortly after the bit aired.

In case you missed the Grammy awards last night, you didn't miss much music.

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