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Doja Cat Jokes She ‘Never Pissed So Fast’ After Nearly Missing Grammy

SZA may have needed crutches and some help from Lady Gaga to take to the stage at the 2022 Grammys on Sunday night, but she still managed to beat collaborator Doja Cat on the mic.

The superstar pair won the Grammy for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance for ‘Kiss Me More’, beating out BTS, Justin Bieber and Coldplay.

Moments after the two women were announced as winners, Doja Cat was seen rushing across the room to the stage before offering a relatable excuse for her momentary absence.

“Listen, I’ve never peed so fast in my entire life,” the rapper and singer joked as she adjusted the front of her dress.

This revelation prompted SZA to respond, “I’m glad you came back in time.”

Watch Doja Cat & SZA’s appearance at the 2022 Grammys below.

Doja Cat’s remarks were reminiscent of Michael Keaton’s Screen Actors Guild Award acceptance speech in February. The ‘Dopesick’ actor arrived late on stage to win the award for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a TV Movie or Limited Series, attributing his late arrival to an untimely bathroom break.

And like Keaton, Doja Cat got emotional as she pondered the importance of her award moments after acknowledging the call of nature offstage.

“I like to minimize a lot of things,” she said, breaking into tears. “But this? It’s a big deal.

Doja Cat was nominated for eight Grammys on Sunday, tied with Justin Bieber as the second most nominated artist of the night. The two came in behind Jon Batiste, who received 11 nominations and ultimately won five Grammys.

Her win came just over a week after she appeared to turn her back on her profession, briefly pledging to quit music during an online clash with fans after a storm ripped her off. forced to cancel a performance at the Asunciónico festival in Paraguay.

On Sunday, however, Doja Cat was all smiles again. And his plans to hit the road with The Weeknd on his After Hours Til Dawn tour, which kicks off in Toronto in July, are still in place.

“It’s going to happen, yeah,” she told Entertainment Tonight. “North America, here I come.”

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