On Sunday night, the 60th Annual Grammy Awards were held and quickly got political. After Hillary Clinton made a surprise appearance during a pre-recorded skit, several hosts on Fox News were not pleased.

Grammys and Hillary

While conservatives have always been at odds with the more liberal-leaning Hollywood and world of celebrities, the election of Donald Trump added fuel to the fire of that already hot feud. From the Academy Awards to the Emmys, high-profiled figures in the entertainment industry have not been shy in expressing their disdain for the former host of "The Apprentice" and his administration.

On Sunday night, Hillary Clinton appeared alongside different entertainers, such as Cher, Snoop Dogg, and John Legend, as they read excerpts from Michael Wolff's book "Fire and Fury." Within minutes, conservatives were outraged across social media, including U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley, which continued during the January 29 edition of "Fox and Friends" on Fox News.

Fox News outrage

During the Monday edition of "Fox and Friends," the co-hosts lashed out at the Grammys becoming too political, with a special focus on the Hillary Clinton video skit. "Every time there was something political I just rolled my eyes," co-host Ainsley Earhardt said. "When you watch award shows you do just want to see the music," said added, before claiming, "it only helps Donald Trump."

"They’re complaining because Donald Trump won,” fellow co-host Brian Kilmeade added, while suggesting that the artists should have read "Clinton Cash" instead.

The reaction from Fox News was not surprising as the network has become a mostly political safe space for Donald Trump and his administration, with the exception of a select few who hold the president's feet to the fire over his decisions and policies.

Moving forward

Ever since the start of the campaign for Donald Trump back in the summer of 2015, the divide between the political left and right has gotten worse.

Even outside of typical Washington bickering and debating, the gap between Americans when it comes to politics has widen and it doesn't look to closing at any point in the near future. With the 2018 midterms taking place later this year, and with the next presidential election following after, only time will tell what impact, if any, the world of entertainment will have in shifting the direction of support for the current commander in chief.