KOREAN TAKEOVER? What If Hollywood Threw A Grammys Awards Show And No One Watched?

Posted by on March 16, 2021 6:03 am
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As a result of debased far-left political Cultural Marxism, the entertainment industry has taken a shocking downward turn since the musicians, bands, and other performers are barely at all interesting and oftentimes insulting to the American people. Today, many Hollywood stars prove that “McCarthy was right” when he was concerned about the Communist infiltration of “Tinseltown.” And Apparently, America is not interested in tuning in.

“Music’s Biggest Night delivered an average of 8.8 million viewers for the network during the ceremony’s broadcast on Sunday at 8 p.m,” reported Variety News.

Sunday night was the annual Grammy Awards in Hollywood, and it was the raunchiest, most debased, and filthy thing on Television, and it was barely viewed.  Not even while the country is in a shutdown are people lonely and bored enough to watch the Grammy awards. That isn’t very pleasant.

HERE ARE THE NUMBERS:

According to Variety magazine, Per Nielsen Live+Same Day official national numbers, Music’s Biggest Night delivered an average of 8.8 million viewers for the network during the ceremony’s broadcast on Sunday at 8 p.m. ET with a 2.1 rating in the key, adults ages 18-49 demographic.

In comparison, the time-zone adjusted fast national charts for 2020’s Grammy Awards drew a 5.4 rating in the key demo and 18.7 million viewers. The 2019 Grammy Awards drew a 5.6 rating and 19.9 million viewers. The least-watched Grammys was the host-less awards ceremony in 2006, which snagged 17 million viewers.

Even with bizarre theatrics and near-pornographic dances of stripper Cardi B, the show was not at all interesting to the vast majority of worldwide viewers.

Apparently, they have Hillary to thank for the utter humiliation.

The rating plunge that goes lower than Beyonce can slither on the ground could be due to the graphic and bombastic sexual exploitation of women not popular in America.

Consider Cardi B, a stripper, simulating sex acts on stage; no one was interested in watching that.

In fact, the 2021 show was so boring there are few posts out there on the topic.  The important thing seems to be that Hollywood, the “Meca” of America’s culture, has fallen and is ripe for a major takeover.

CONSIDER THE KOREAN BAND- THAT IS READY TO TAKE OVER THE MUSIC INDUSTRY

Ever heard of them?  There are most posts on what that boyband did last night than anything else. The battle lines have been drawn, and a foreign group named BTS from Korea wants to be recognized and awarded.

And American media is helping stoke the flames:

The Grammys are accused of using the boy brand to get viewership.

“During the 63rd Grammy Awards ceremony on March 14, it was obvious that the Recording Academy was trying to atone for its history of homogenous sins. However, a few distinct moments — like the déjà vu of seeing yet another white winner shout out a Black woman who was more deserving — made it clear that the Grammys haven’t changed much at all. Case in point: BTS’ performance.
The Korean septet’s No.1 single “Dynamite” performance was understandably one of the most highly-anticipated of the night. Not only would it be historical, as a Korean group had never been invited to the Grammy’s stage for a solo performance, but the song was also their sole (also historic) nomination this year. (Not to mention that performing is BTS’ superpower). After previously being nominated for their album design and getting a cameo during Lil’ Nas X’s performance of “Old Town Road (Remix)” in 2020, it felt like the most successful group in the world was finally getting the recognition it deserved,” refinery 29 wrote.

So in a time when American has lost many traditions and norms, it is unclear whether anyone cares that it appears like we are about to lose the music industry to the Koreans because Hollywood can’t produce anything that America wants to buy.

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