Published: Mon, January 29, 2018
Global | By Enrique Rogers

Hillary Clinton surprises with Grammy 'Fire and Fury' Trump mocking

Hillary Clinton surprises with Grammy 'Fire and Fury' Trump mocking

"Nobody knew he was coming and the food was safely premade", Clinton read.

When it came to the new book Fire and Fury by Michael Wolff, Corden wondered who would win the Grammy for reading it for the book on tape.

The host predicted that President Donald Trump wouldn't win next year, but the recent book from Michael Wolff could, so Corden chose to audition some famous faces for the gig. Clinton's audition won over Corden, prompting her to ask, "The Grammy's in the bag?"

John Legend kicks off the skit reciting: "Trump won't read anything".

Nikki Haley on Grammys: 'Don't Ruin Great Music with Trash'
Hillary Clinton surprises with Grammy 'Fire and Fury' Trump mocking

Rapper Cardi B went off-script at one point: "I can't believe this". She then lowered Wolff's book to reveal her face, which earned many cheers and applause from the audience.

"That's it, we've got it. Hillary Clinton, Jimmy Carter and Al Gore all have Grammys", Corden said. Nikki Haley, the USA ambassador to the United Nations who is known to post on social media about her love of pop music, tweeted that Clinton's appearance "ruined the Grammys". They were all seen reading excerpts from the book addressing the president's combover, the lackluster attendance at his inauguration, and his alleged propensity for eating cheeseburgers in bed.

It took all over 0.000001 seconds before Twitter reminded that pretty much all of the great musicians through the years have been political, and on a night where Kendrick Lamar, U2 and Kesha were among the performers, politics in every form was front and centre. "Some of us love music without the politics thrown in it", tweeted Haley immediately after the Clinton segment.

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As if we didn't have enough Moons to think about, here's another one - the "Mini Moon" or "Micro Full Moon" on July 27. Chances are you have used the phrase "once in a blue moon" - but have you ever wondered where it came from?

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