Mind-Blowing Announcement: Doja Cat Nearly Forgoes Her Victory at the 2022 GRAMMYs Due to an Interruption
2023/12/28

The GRAMMYs this year were full of surprises, especially for the winners themselves. Doja Cat and SZA were caught off-guard when they received the award for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance for their song "Kiss Me More." SZA, who was walking with crutches due to a sprained ankle, managed to make her way to the stage safely with the help of Lady Gaga, who assisted her with her long train. As SZA reached the stage, Doja Cat rushed over from the back of the MGM Grand Garden Arena.

Playfully joking, SZA said, "Girl, you went to the bathroom for like five minutes, are you serious?" It turns out that Doja Cat had quickly used the restroom before their category was announced. Catching her breath, Doja Cat humorously admitted, "Listen, I have never taken such a fast piss in my whole life," which made the audience burst into laughter. She then proceeded to thank her family, team, fans, and SZA, praising her as an amazing talent.

SZA expressed her gratitude to her mother and God, and playfully thanked Doja Cat for making it back in time. The significance of the moment struck Doja Cat, causing her to fight back tears. She struggled to find the right words, before acknowledging the magnitude of the achievement. Backstage, she explained that a woman saved her from missing her moment by forcefully pulling her out of the bathroom.

Later, SZA revealed that she had sprained her ankle after falling out of bed a few days before the event. Despite being on crutches, she was determined to be on stage to support Doja Cat. After the show, Lil Nas X took over the task of pushing SZA's wheelchair, sharing a cute clip of their interaction on social media.

Before the show, Doja Cat mentioned her excitement about the award, and although she didn't have a prepared speech, she was ready to go with the flow. The unexpected and heartfelt nature of their win made it a memorable moment for both Doja Cat and SZA at the GRAMMYs.

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