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Viral Video of Dog in Raincoat at Grammys 2024: The Real Showstopper

Viral Video: Grammys 2024 Overshadowed by Cute Dog in Raincoat



Amid the sparkle and sophistication of the 2024 Grammys, a charming dog called Maya undeniably stole the spotlight. It was the night of Feb. 4 when the musical elites came together for a grand occasion to honor the artists and makers who galvanized the music world in the past year, but all eyes were on this endearing pooch that got everyone’s heart aflutter.

Viral Video: Grammys 2024 Overshadowed by Cute Dog in Raincoat

Watch the Grammys 2024 dog in raincoat video

The LA Times social media channels recently shared an unexpected yet charming spectacle directly from the 2024 Grammys – an endearing little dog named Maya, triumphantly tackling the rain in a vibrant green raincoat. Standing confidently on the ceremony entrance steps, people’s gazes were torn away from the sparkling throng of Grammy’s guests and magnetically drawn to this pint-sized style icon.

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“This dog in a raincoat watching soaking wet nominees is the unsung hero of the #GRAMMYs” — chuckled the LA Times in their witty video caption. Their followers were quick to chime in agreement, and of particular note, came an enthusiastic response from the ever-popular WeRateDogs account.

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Why, you might ask, might people hail a dog as a “hero”? It turns out, Maya wasn’t just a delightful spectacle in a vivid raincoat. She is, in fact, a dedicated working dog, an Explosive Detection Canine, having the crucial role of ensuring safety at this prestigious event. Moreover, the LA Times unveiled that Maya had a business card stating her profession, undoubtedly earning her the honorable title of a “hero.”

A multitude of fans conceded that the sprightly pup, sporting her luminous green jacket, was their most loved non-musical feature of the Grammys. Amidst all the excitement, viewers found it hard to resist contemplating the scene from the dog’s viewpoint — an earnest canine in a sea of stardom. Understandably, fantasies of lavishing this captivating hero with affectionate cuddles and delectable treats took hold of many. Maya, being the committed professional she is, left such endearments to steady followers watching from afar, while she diligently concentrated on her job.

Christy Avery has worked as a veterinary technician for more than five years, caring for both domestic and exotic animals. She has received training as a Fear Free Certified Professional to prevent and treat pet anxiety, fear, and stress.