Rita Dominic Actress thinks Grammys 2016 was 'underwhelming'

Rita Dominic thinks the 58th annual Grammys was slightly boring.

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Popular Nollywood Rita Dominic, 40, thinks that last night's Grammy awards was a bit disappointing.

Yesterday (February 15) the 58th edition of the Grammys Awards took place in Los Angeles, and while singer Taylor Swift made history Rita Dominic thought the ceremony was a bit dull.

"#GRAMMYS2016 is a bit underwhelming to be honest" tweeted the actress early this morning.

During the Grammys last night there were noticeable technical glitches when British singer Adele performed 'All I Ask' after being introduced by Bruno Mars who co-wrote the song.

Adele was briefly cut out after as she sang the song. After her disappointing performance the British singer took to Twitter to explain what went wrong with her performance.

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Adele at the Grammys

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"The piano mics fell on to the piano strings, that's what the guitar sound was. It made it sound out of tune. Shit happens. X" tweeted Adele.

 

She further tweeted "Because of it though... I'm treating myself to an in n out. So maybe it was worth it."

Adele wasn't the only one who had an underwhelming performance. Despite winning the coveted 'Album of the Year' category Taylor Swift was disappointed in her performance.

Taylor Swift performed a new track 'Out Of The Woods'. When she went back to her seat she whispered to a friend that she missed a note.

Selena Gomez who was sitting beside her consoled her.

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