2016 Grammys Snacks: Artists Had Access to McDonald’s Breakfast Backstage

Feb 18, 2016 05:00 AM EST | By Shilpa Chakravorty

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Contrary to the popular belief that artists do not take normal food, Grammy 2016 showed that even celebrities are human.

The fancy platters, which decorated the backstage at Grammy Awards 2016, were the elegant and fruitful McDonald's breakfast menu. Yes, you have read it right!

The famous singers such as Selena Gomez, Taylor Swift and even Justin Bieber, munched on McMuffins and hash browns for the Golden Arches, according to reports from the Food Beast.

Additionally, a photo snapped by Nathan Slavik of DJ Booth was shared on Twitter which showed an intern walking around the backstage area of Grammys with a box full of hash browns from Golden Arches and the famous McMuffins.

The list of Grammy winners included Ed Sheeran for "Thinking Out Loud," The Weeknd for "Can't Feel My Face" and Taylor Swift for "Blank Space" in the Record of The Year Category.

Artists such as Courtney Barnett, Sam Hunt, James Bay and Tori Kelly made their place in the Best New Artist categories.

For the Album of the Year Award, Swift was once again chosen for her "1989" album along with Alabama Shakes for "Sound & Color", Kendrick Lamar for "To Pimp a Butterfly, Chris Stapleton for "Traveller" and The Weeknd for "Beauty Behind The Madness".

As for performances on the Grammys night, all went well except for a technical glitch while Adele was performing. Nevertheless, she put in her best efforts and made sure that the music was good enough.

Later on, she explained on Twitter that it was due to an instrumental issue and said that "S*** happens".

Although there's a common belief that celebrities do not enjoy common food and only indulge in Chardonnay or Belgian chocolate, yet this image does help to conclude that even celebrities are like regular folks, and they're lovin' it.

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