Sorry Michelle… Grammy Ratings at All-Time Low – Liberal Politics Turn Off American Viewers

The Grammy ratings are rolling in and the numbers aren’t looking so good for the Hollywood-Music elites and their Democrat buddies. 

Hollywood and the music industry are so desperate to boost their worthless awards shows that they even dragged out Michelle Obama Sunday night after the previous year turned out to be a huge flop.

Former First Lady Michelle Obama made a surprise appearance at the Grammys on Sunday and the audience clapped like seals.

Michelle Obama shared the stage with Lady Gaga, Jada Pinkett Smith, Alicia Keys and Jennifer Lopez during the 61st annual Grammy awards at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California — Obama towered over the other ladies in an ill-fitting shiny ensemble.

The audience melted down and clapped like seals — but outside of the Hollywood-music industry bubble, very few people cared about this awards show.

The 2019 Grammy ratings are in and it’s even worse than last year.

Deadline reported:

UPDATE, 8:45 AM: They are still sweeping up on many levels from last night’s Grammy Awards at LA’s Staples Center and the final ratings numbers haven’t been sung yet, but music’s biggest night is not looking so big.

In fast affiliate results, the CBS-broadcasted 61st annual Grammy Awards has hit the sour notes of a 5.0/19 rating among adults 18-49 and 17.95 million viewers.

Now, that’s all likely to be adjusted in the final numbers but right now the Alicia Keys fronted three-hour plus running ceremony is down almost 8% in the key demo from the fast affiliates of last year’s record low James Corden host Grammys. It’s a bit of a flip move when you look at the total audience in this early round of ratings. The 17.95 million that watched last night the awards shows is up 1.7% from the viewership that the 60th annual Grammys had in the fast affiliates last year.

Right now, it looks like last night’s Grammys are on the way to being the lowest rated ever as they fall beneath last year’s demo action.

It turns out politics and Trump bashing turns off viewers — who could have ever predicted that?


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