Taylor Swift was more than a little pitchy at the Grammys on Sunday, but the onslaught of criticism from viewers, fans and the media has ticked off the head of her record label. Scott Borchetta, CEO of Big Machine Records, went on a media offensive this week to respond to all the backlash over Swift's multi-song performance, which included a cringe-worthy duet with Stevie Nicks, the young singer's idol. But in defending Swift, did the label boss exacerbate the situation?

"Maybe she's not the best technical singer," he began in comments to The Tennessean, "but she's probably the best emotional singer because everybody else who gets up there and is technically perfect, people don't seem to want more of it."