Grammys: Hillary Clinton Gives Surprise 'Fire and Fury' Spoken Word Treatment

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"Hillary Clinton, Jimmy Carter, Al Gore - they all have Grammys".

After politics took center stage at this year's Grammy Awards by way of Hillary Clinton doing a "spoken word" reading of Michael Wolff's book Fire and Fury, UN Ambassador Nikki Haley was not impressed with the mix of "great music with trash".

Singer Janelle Monae spoke up for women's rights in an introduction to Kesha's performance of her song "Praying", which is about fighting back against mistreatment.

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But there was one surprise reader who stole the show with her reading. The Grammys audience cheered loudly at the reveal.

"He had a longtime fear of being poisoned", Hilary read in the video. "One reason why he likes to eat at McDonald's", Clinton read. "Hillary Clinton, Jimmy Carter and Al Gore all have Grammys", Corden said.

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Tensions between the two were not on display in Davos, however."I have great respect for everything you're doing", Trump told May. You know that right, Piers?' I would have had a different attitude ...

"That's it! We've got it!"

Host James Corden introduced the bit, which looked ahead to next year's Grammy for the best spoken word album.

Corden replied, "In the bag!"

Then a roll-call of mega star performers take turns reading excerpts from Mcihael Wolff's bombshell book, which claims to chart behind the scenes of Trump's first few days in power.

Nikki Haley, the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, tweeted her disapproval over a skit involving the former presidential candidate "auditioning" to perform the audio version of Michael Wolff's bombshell book about President Donald Trump.

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