Sam Smith's Grammys Performance Draws Criticism and Accusations of Satanism

The Grammy Awards were lit up by a blazing performance from the nonbinary sensation Sam Smith and the electrifying Kim Petras.

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The duo took to the stage in a shower of crimson, belting out their chart-topping hit "Unholy" and leaving audiences spellbound.

Dressed in devilish costumes, complete with red high-heeled boots and leather pants, Smith commanded the stage with their powerful vocals and striking presence.

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Petras, in a fiery red dress, entranced viewers as she performed in a cage surrounded by whip-wielding dancers.

Their act was followed by an ad from Pfizer, causing Twitter to ignite with outrage. Conservative politician Marjorie Taylor Greene took to the social media platform, tweeting, "The Grammy's featured Sam Smith’s demonic performance and was sponsored by Pfizer."

Critics were quick to condemn the "satanic" performance, with former talk show host Stephanie Hamill tweeting, "Hollywood freaks still thinking they’re so edgy with their Satanic-themed performances."

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But despite the backlash, Sam Smith and Kim Petras emerged victorious, winning the Best Pop Duo/Group Performance Grammy for "Unholy."

Petras made history as the first transgender woman to win the award, bringing tears to the eyes of the audience as she thanked "the incredible transgender legends before me who kicked these doors open."

The 65th Grammy Awards will forever be remembered as the night Sam Smith and Kim Petras burned up the stage with their blazing performance and made history.

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