Exorcism & Multiple Personalities: Nicki Minaj Performs at 2012 Grammy Awards (VIDEO)


Nicki Minaj must have gone to the Lady Gaga School of Outrageous Performances because her 2012 Grammy Awards show was unreal. 

Channeling her alter ego Roman, the singer had religious undertones in her performance as she sang/rapped "Roman Holiday." Her stage show was weird throughout but it was her exorcism that really shocked everyone. 

What did you think of the outrageous rapper's show? Check it out below then sound off in the comments! Nicki was just one of the amazing performances of the night.

From Katy Perry to the big winner of the night Adele to Jennifer Hudson's emotional performance of "I Will Always Love You," the women of the Grammys had unreal performances.

Which Grammy stage show was your fave?



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  • Jesus Geek
    Jesus Geek

    I think Nicki's performance was very satanic but hey that's what we should expect from a person in illuminati...Just saying.

  • Kathleen Kessler
    Kathleen Kessler

    I think this performance from Nicki, was a lot over the top and way below her calibur as a performer/rap artist!! of course if notoriety was what she was after she was a hit!! my son said it was nonsence and he's 16 and a rap fanatic so I don't think she scored to high with the teens!!

  • justlookin

    Very boring and her corgrapher should be fired!! The stage was well done and dancers were good. But her proformance was very disappointing!!

  • Russ Love
    Russ Love

    I thought it was creative. A bit busy, but overall captivating. Which was the point of it, right? To shock/get us thinking.