AJ McCarron called the Grammy’s demonic. But just how evil were they?
During last night’s Grammy Awards, University of Alabama quarterback A.J. McCarron tweeted the following: Is it just me or are some of the Grammy performances so far seem to be really demonic?? Looks like there is a lot of evil in the world..
Now, we know that the McCarron family isn’t very adept at Twitter, and we know AJ is a pretty religious guy. But. . . demonic? Evil!?! We went back to look at the evidence, and found nine signs that McCarron may have been on to something...
1. Katy Perry is a Witchy Woman
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We think this may have been what set AJ off. In her performance of “Dark Horse,” the former Maxim Hot 100 champ channeled American Horror Story: Coven. Or maybe The Crucible? The Witches of Waverly Place? Who knows? Regardless, the former Christian pop singer put on a distinctly witchy show. Broomsticks as stripper poles, though? We can cosign that.
7. The Highwaymen Killed It
Originally consisting of Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, Kris Kristofferson, and Johnny Cash (RIP), the Highwaymen were country music’s real bad boys, true outlaws. They’re named after criminals, dadnabbit, and even with Blake Shelton filling in for the Man in Black, this is a pretty damn evil supergroup.