CBS Tweet About Sam Smith's Grammy Performance Leaves Users Confused


A tweet posted by CBS about singer Sam Smith’s performance during the Grammy Awards left users baffled.

The Twitter account for CBS replied to a tweet posted by Smith, saying, “This is going to be SPECIAL.”

CBS responded, “…. You can say that again. We are ready to worship!”

One user reacted to CBS’ tweet by asking, “Who are you ‘ready to worship’ here [CBS]? Asking for America.”

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Another wrote, “Pray. Pray for our enemies and their souls.”

One tweet argued, “They’re not hiding it anymore. You’re not crazy for suggesting that Hollywood and much of the media is composed of Devil Worshippers.”

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Activist Ryan Petty replied with a question mark.

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Smith received significant criticism for the performance at the ceremony.

As Variety explained, “Smith started the song in red leather, surround a fleet of dancers that evoked Samara from ‘The Ring,’ before cutting to [Kim] Petras dancing in a cage, flanked by some dominatrices wearing satanic headgear. Smith also donned a satanic top hat, as huge flames heated up the stage.”

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Smith and Petras ended up winning the Grammy for best pop duo/group performance.

“I think a lot of people, honestly, have kind of labeled what I stand for and what Sam stands for as religiously not cool, and I personally grew up wondering about religion and wanting to be a part of it but slowly realizing it didn’t want me to be a part of it,” Petras said when asked about the nature of the performance.

Petras added, “So it’s a take on not being able to choose religion. And not being able to live the way that people might want you to live, because as a trans person I’m already not kind of wanted in religion. So we were doing a take on that and I was kind of hellkeeper Kim.”

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