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The funniest Tweets from the 2016 Grammy Awards


It was a busy old time at the 2016 Grammy Awards last night.

While we thought the biggest talking point at the LA-held gala would be Kanye West going around Hermès cap in hand (he didn't show), Adele had sound problems, Taylor Swift's new haircut raised a few eyebrows while covering her own, Johnny Depp rocked out alongside Alice Cooper for a Lemmy tribute, and Lady Gaga put on a lifetime tribute of her own for the late, great David Bowie.

But as is becoming the norm, the best of the action wasn't at the awards show itself - it was on Twitter, with fans around the world scrambling to cram their own gags about the night into 140 characters or less.

Here are some of the best:



Bieber and James Corden back together for Grammys Carpool Karaoke


Musicians read mean Tweets about themselves


Martin Shkreli wants to buy Kanye's new album for $10m



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