From surprising performances to unforgettable speeches, music’s brightest stars dazzled at the 55th Grammy Awards on February 10. While the 13,000 Grammy voters spread the love as far as they could, Broadway.com asked readers to choose which 2013 Grammy nominees should have a jukebox musical based on their collection of songs. The votes have been tallied, and a certain superstar is still rolling in the deep. Take a look at the results below!
1. Adele - 13%
Adele was the unquestionable star of last year's Grammy Awards, scoring six awards, including Album of the Year for the record-breaking 21. This year, the British songstress won the first award of the night, taking home Best Pop Solo Performance for "Set Fire To The Rain (Live)," in one of the event's least-surprising moments. Even though Adele only has two full-length albums to her name, rumor has it that readers want nothing more than to see a jukebox musical of her soul-tinged songs of loves lost and memories made. Don't underestimate the things that she will do!
2. Beyoncé - 12%
Beyoncé picked up the Grammy Award for Best Traditional R&B Performance for her song "Love on Top," and she was just shy of coming out on top in our weekend poll. Not that Queen B has anything to worry about: she's won 16 Grammy Awards, has sold over 88 million albums worldwide and she even broke the Super Bowl after her power-draining halftime show. Last fall, some of Broadway's favorite stars lent their powerful vocal chops to Broadway Sings Beyoncé, which featured songs from the star's catalogue. Who runs the world? Beyoncé!
3. Kelly Clarkson - 9%
All of our lives would suck without Kelly Clarkson, who has become a Grammys mainstay ever since she came on the scene as the winner of the first season of American Idol. She proved to be the life of the party during the event while picking up the award for Best Pop Vocal Album for her best-selling Stronger. Clarkson is, undoubtedly, one of the most popular singers of the millennium and her songs have seen fans through many break-ups and make-ups, but Broadway.com may secretly be in love with the idea of Miss Independent herself taking on a certain beloved Fair Lady.
Thanks for voting!