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It took Australian rockers AC/DC 32 years to make their first appearance on the Grammy stage. After only a few minutes, they began to stir up a bit of social chatter.
As the rockers played the first of their two numbers, “Rock or Bust,” Grammy attendees noticed that the group was getting a bit of help.
AC/DC is using a TelePrompTer for its own song. #Grammys pic.twitter.com/thIwynWBFW
— Matthew Belloni (@THRMattBelloni) February 9, 2015
It is a newer tune, so perhaps they needed a bit of help.
In fairness to AC/DC, the Grammys makes teleprompters available to all acts. But Ariana Grande, Miranda Lambert, Kanye West and Madonna opted against the help. But for what it’s worth, Tom Jones — who performed “You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feelin’ ” with Jessie J — also used the teleprompter.
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