The 58th Annual Grammy Awards brought in all of the biggest stars from the music industry to celebrate their work from the past year. Everyone from Beyoncé to JBiebs was there, but now just imagine your favorite winners from the show as pizza toppings.
Taylor Swift – Cheese
While I loved her shade at Kanye, I still can’t imagine her with anything other than a “Blank Space” on top of her pizza. Sorry not sorry T-Swift, but you’re still #basic. Not to worry though, the majority of the public still loves the classic cheese, so just “Shake it Off.”
Kendrick Lamar – Crushed Red Pepper
In one of the most controversial Grammy performances, Kendrick Lamar had a fiery showcase of his songs, “The Blacker the Berry” and “Alright” on February 15. What will now be a staple in Grammy history reminded me of the classic glass shakers adorning pizzerias all over the world: red crushed peppers. Lamar’s performance featured him and his dancers dancing in chains and a giant bonfire that lit up the entire stage, reminiscent of the hot and spicy pepper flakes.
Justin Bieber – Jalapeños
Some people hate them, some can’t get enough of them. Jalapeños and Justin seem to have a lot more in common than meets the eye. Bieber won his first ever Grammy along with the hearts of millions of girls with his album, “Purpose,” this past year. But, I see you Justin – I know both the notorious bad boy and the spicy pepper always turn up the heat.
Chris Stapleton – Bourbon BBQ Pizza
The country crooner can’t get enough of his whiskey. The Best Country Album winner has two of songs named after the spirit. It’s only fitting to have his pizza featuring a cousin of the boozy liquor: bourbon. Bourbon can give that BBQ sauce on a pizza a kick like Stapleton does in his debut album, “Traveller.”
Ed Sheeran – Dessert Pizza
Much like a dessert pizza, Ed Sheeran is a sweetheart. With his rosy cheeks and goofball personality, look no further than a sweet pizza to describe the Brit, marshmallows and all.
Meghan Trainor – Anchovy
It’s an eclectic taste, usually with only one person in the group liking the salty fish. After listening to every, and I mean EVERY, station playing “All About That Bass”, I think the general public thinks the same about Meghan Trainor right now.
The Weeknd – Oysters
Trust me there’s a reason he’s an oyster. His Grammy-winning song, “Earned It” came right from the steamy and provocative movie, “Fifty Shades of Grey.” It only seemed appropriate to have our R&B performer be an aphrodisiac-filled pizza when he’s singing in a movie about sex.
Alabama Shakes – Potato Pizza
The “Best Alternative Music Album” winners deserve just as much of an alternative pizza. Pairing the blues band with a new trend: the potato pizza. The potato pizza is the perfect excuse to eat double carbs and not feel guilty. Whether it be a breakfast potato pizza or the loaded baked potato pizza, the options seem endless. Both the band and innovative pizza have stolen my heart and stomach.
Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars – Hawaiian
Mars is a born and raised Hawaii native, need I say more?
Hamilton the Musical – Everything
The diverse musical has already lit up the Great White Way and now the Grammy stage, confirming its status as the hottest musical of the century. The winner for “Best Musical Theater Album” is very much a melting pot of culture, ethnicities, and certainly musical styling as well. Echoing the Grammy-winning counterpart, the Everything Pizza, has something for everyone: meat, peppers, onions, and more.