Skrillex may have swept the Grammys before the show even got underway last night, but that didn’t mean the party was over for dance music. Perhaps the night’s most popular moment of face time for electronic acts came not during the ceremony, but during a commercial break. CoverGirl’s newest poster women, Liv and Mim Nervo, broke down their DJ/songwriting career, the Grammys, and creativity in this minute-long, behind the scenes clip. Comparisons between DJing and nail polish aside, Nervo’s Grammy ad put dance music on the national stage once again.
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