The phenomenal smash song “Unholy” by Sam Smith and Kim Petras has earned the duo a Grammy! On February 5, 2023.
They triumphed against Ed Sheeran and Camila Cabello, Coldplay and BTS, Post Malone, and Doja Cat to win Best Pop Duo/Group Performance.
Kim and Sam performed the hit for the cheering crowd in addition to winning the gong, looking stunning as usual!
How Was The Acceptance Speech At The Grammys By Sam Smith And Kim Petras?
Sam stepped aside as Kim began to take the trophy, saying: “Sam graciously wanted me to accept this award because I’m the first transgender woman to win this honor.” Kim and Sam entered the stage together, wearing coordinated clothes.
At this point, Kim earned a standing ovation and continued, “I’m grateful. I want to express my gratitude to all the amazing transgender icons that came before me and forced open these doors so I could be present at this event.”
Kim said about her unfortunately deceased friend Sophie: “She always had faith in me and told me this would happen. I appreciate your motivation so greatly. I admire you, Sophie, and you will always inspire my music.”
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She thanked Madonna for “working for LGBTQ rights” and her mother, saying, “Without her and her support, and without everyone who believed in me to this point, I wouldn’t be here.”
She remarked in closing: “I’m grateful. This is a significant occasion for me. Sam, I’m thankful. I love you and everyone who contributed to the song; you are a true angel and hero.
I cherish you all so much. I apologize for not recording the names. Okay, I adore you.”
Is There A Lyric Video For “Unholy”?
Sam also uploaded the “Unholy” lyric video to YouTube. The video’s songs can be seen on the black screen in white text, much like a movie’s closing credits.
Is There A Music Video For “Unholy”?
Yes, there is a music video for “Unholy.” It was choreographed by (LA)HORDE and starred Sam Smith and Kim Petras. Italian-Canadian filmmaker Floria Sigismondi directed it. The complete music video for “Unholy” is available below.