Week in Review: Social Media Roundup – GRAMMY Apologies, Guitar Hero and Dance Parties

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It’s been another eventful week in social media, so in case you missed anything, we’ve gathered up some of the most notable tweets and Instagram photos to get you all caught up!

Pharrell’s Hat Wins the GRAMMYs

Lorde may have been the most-tweeted about celeb from this year’s GRAMMYs, but it was Pharrell’s choice of head wear that was the true breakout star of the show.

Since the Producer of the Year winner donned the Mounty-like hat, it has obtained its own Twitter handle, biography and even a music video! Oh ‘Hatty,’ how we love you…

Macklemore Apologizes to Kendrick Lamar

Macklemore & Ryan Lewis cleaned house at this year’s GRAMMY Awards, winning Best New Artist, Best Rap Performance, Best Rap Album and Best Rap Song.

The duo beat up-and-coming rapper Kendrick Lamar in every category with their wins and Macklemore apparently didn’t agree with the results. To rectify the situation, he texted Lamar an apology and posted it on Instagram, writing, “You got robbed. I wanted you to win. It’s weird and sucks that I robbed you.”

Miley Misses the Grammys, Still Has a Better Time than Everyone

With her larger than life personality and unique outfit choices, it’s pretty easy to tell when Miley Cyrus is missing from an event.

As the singer’s latest album Bangerz wasn’t nominated this year, the Miley opted to skip the Grammys and hang at home instead. Don’t worry – it still looks she was having way more fun than everyone at the award ceremony.

The Real Daft Punk Revealed

Diehard Daft Punk fans have likely seen the faces-behind-the-helmets before.

However, as the electronic music duo’s popularity swelled after their GRAMMY sweep, many new fans began to wonder what the two French musicians actually looked like.

Luckily, a photo of the band from last summer resurfaced online this week! Behold – the men behind the robots:

Vin Diesel Busts a Move

Actor Vin Diesel was pretty excited about his movie Riddick topping the U.S. DVD sales charts in its debut week, and so, the action star did what anyone would do – he held an epic dance party in his living room where he rocked out solo to Katy Perry and Beyoncé.

Then he posted a video of his moves on his official Facebook page for the world to enjoy!

Miley and Madonna Rock Cowgirl Gear for ‘Unplugged’ Duet

Miley Cyrus’ episode of MTV: Unplugged aired this week, and the most talked about moment from the show was undoubtedly her duet with Madonna.

The two pop superstars performed a country mash-up of Cyrus’ “We Can’t Stop” and Madge’s 2001 hit “Don’t Tell Me”…and it made everyone a bit uncomfortable. Watch it here.

What was your favorite pop culture moment this week? Let us know in the comments section!

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