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Though Skrillex walked into Sunday (February 12) night’s Grammys having already won three categories during the pre-telecast ceremony earlier in the day, he did not have a chance to give a big acceptance speech before taking to the red carpet.
The EDM DJ and producer spoke with MTV News for the second time in the evening and got to deliver his previously untelevised acceptance speeches, which Skrillex delivered after being confused by stage directions. “I was trying to walk off stage, and I didn’t understand,” he said. “Someone was yelling at me. Then I had to go back on. It was just crazy.”
“I had three speeches that were all kind of weird and all over the place,” he continued. “There are so many people that I’d like to thank.”
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