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Published on February 11th, 2017 | by Jerry Doby

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Halsey, Elle King, Serayah, Gabby Douglas, Daya and More Attend Delta Air Lines Private GRAMMY Event

Delta Air Lines, the Official Airline Partner of the GRAMMY Awards® and Supporter of First Time Nominees hosts a private performance and interactive evening with Halsey at Beauty & Essex, adjacent to the new Dream Hollywood to celebrate the 59th Annual GRAMMY Awards with celebrity guests and friends, February 9, 2017.

Last night, Delta Air Lines, the Official Airline Partner of the GRAMMY Awards and inaugural Supporter of First Time Nominees, made its mark on the start of music’s biggest weekend. The private event took place at Beauty & Essex, adjacent to the new Dream Hollywood, and kicked off with an incredible DJ set from Drake’s longtime producer DJ Boi-1da. First time GRAMMY nominee Halsey surprised the audience with a stunning six piece orchestra that joined her for a five song set, including her hits CastleCloser (for which she’s nominated this year)ColorsHold Me Down and Hurricane.

 

Throughout the performance, Halsey shared personal anecdotes and song inspirations with guests and celebrities in attendance, which included Elle King, Serayah, Gabby Douglas, Daya, OITNB’s Adrienne C. Moore, Mya & Trevor Jackson, Kandi Burruss, Serinda Swan and more. It was an uber-glamorous evening, replete with non-stop dancing, signature libations and the celebration of music!

 

Also new this year- Celebrities on the red carpet were asked to stop and sign two oversized “paper” metallic airplanes. For every unique signature, Delta committed to donate $1K (up to $10,000) to the GRAMMY Museum– where one of the planes will live. The second plane will be displayed at the Delta Museum in Atlanta.

Bonus BTS of the Delta Airlines GRAMMY event Feb 9th

Video Credit: Getty Video @ Getty Images for Delta Airlines


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