On Sunday night, the 61st Grammy Awards saw Childish Gambino to win big in It's America for both the Record and Song of the Year, and Kasey Musgraves for the Album of the Year.
While some big names like Queen Bee and Swift are not even set to the Staples Center in Los Angeles (formerly saw her album with Jay-Z snubbed in large categories and the latter did not appear in the past years either), there are some memorable moments from a great, wide range of shows.
From dual piano-playing to Motown tributes, these are the best Grammy presentations ranked in the sequence of awards show greatness. But have they met Beyonce's wellbeing level? That's what you should look for below. (Disclosure: The Grammys revealed on CBS, the parent company of CNET.)
1. Alicia Keys – Kill Me Strong, Unforgettable, Use Somebody, New York and more
He plays two pianists at one time. He wore a Carmen hat in San Diego. What can a host of 61st Grammys not do? The love of Alicia Keys's music is radiant and is one of the show's highlights, and not of her own music. At last he sang his own song, New York, became … unforgettable. He's doing the top of this list.
2. Janelle Monáe – Make Me Feel
Oh we feel. Janelle Monáe goes to the top of this list with her army of women in the appropriate places that Michael Jackson deliberately intends. The blue lights, the purple smoke, the deadly song about love – "Let the monopoly of the vagina." Thanks, good night.
3. Camila Cabello, Ricky Martin, J Balvin, Young Thug, Arturo Sandoval – Havana
How to open the biggest music show awards? Bring our hearts to Havana. Made by Camila Cabello, with big dance crew and Young Thug, Ricky Martin, J Balvin and legendary Arturo Sandoval in the trumpet playing his hit song. See the design of the epic stage involving the huge colorful units of the apartment that need to be part of the Rear Window music.
4. Lady Gaga, Mark Ronson – Shallow
The experimental dance moves extra, Gaga showed us how to be happy in the modern world with Shallow, the song featured on the nominated Oscar that A Star Was Born and that won his Best Pop Performance Duo / Group in Grammys this year. His talent runs deep and his rock star status is evident on the stage, which he shared with an equal up-for-it British DJ Mark Ronson.
5. Cardi B – Money
Yes, the girl on the piano first came to Cardi B and that everyone's name was wanted today. You look at the camera. Chills. The Grammy-winning Cardi B (for Best Rap Album) – the actual main action – destroyed the stage with a purple straight from an underground jazz club. Then. Forever. Take our money!
6. Brandi Carlile – The Joke
The distinction of razzle dazzle, Brandi Carlile went to the lower key, bringing all mercy to a song about unintentional. The most nominated female in the 61st Grammys delivers good head love. Although approved by Post Malone . Get a bow.
7. Dolly Parton, Kasey Musgraves, Katy Perry, Miley Cyrus and more – Dolly Parton tribute
It gets props just for Miley Cyrus. Miley Cyrus knows her Jolene. That's what we learned here, as if we did not know it. With many other artists, including Dolly herself (in red shoes), the Grammys' Dolly Parton tribute did not disappoint. Easter egg: See BTS bopping with in every word in the audience.
8. Dan + Shay – Tequila
"When I, when I, when IIIII" – how can I get background play whenever I feel nostalgic? And then the last note from Shay every time involves a serious illness. Drink a glass for the country's music duo, winners of the Best Country Duo / Group Performance for their incredible Tequila song.
9. St. Vincent, Two Lipa – Masseduction, Respect, One Kiss
Two Lipa left the stage to join St. Vincent in front, a perfect duo was made. The matching bob reduction and black-and-white outfits is the only one you need, it seems. Their interpretation of Aretha Franklin's Respect is a highlight, along with the guitar of St.'s guitar. Vincent. The two are fully synced, though the Two Lipa, the newly awarded Grammy winner for the Best New Artist, need the bobby pins to hold her clothes.
10. Kasey Musgraves – Rainbow
Listen to these lyrics. Simple but incredibly elegant, Kasey Musgraves, the winner of the Grammy for the Best Album of the Year, filled the Staples Center with his country's rambunctic rainbow music. "Everything is all right now." Yes, it is.
11. Post Malone and Red Hot Chili Peppers – Stay, Rockstar, Dark Needs
A smoky lit light lit Post Malone, his acoustic guitar and his gold teeth with golden mic to match. It's gold. Add RHCP. More gold.
12. Diana Ross – The Best Year Of My Life, Reached And Touch
He turns 75 next month. The famous singer Detroit for The Supremes is one of the most successful singers of Motown at all times. His grandson introduced him to the stage with a redder-than-red dress. Right to the end, he gives us the best years of our lives. He can not stop tears. Also, how will he be 74? Happy Birthday!
13. Travis Scott – Can not Say
Cue soulful vibrato chorus. Then proceed with Travis Scott in a cage – with a loud hip hop guys climbed to the sides, without permission from Ross's grandson. Scott has arguably one of the most remarkable stages of the night – which he ditched on the crowd to surf.
14. Shaun Mendes, Miley Cyrus – In My Blood
Shaun Mendes is not just on piano, Shaun Mendes on a piano with cracks that emit golden light. With Miley Cyrus, an orchestra advocate and a shower of golden rain, it's more than a party in the USA.
15. H.E.R. – Hard Place
Sparkly disco ball suit, cool clear guitar and John Lennon round sunnies – never change, H.E.R. Having Everything Revealed represented for R & B, guitar solo included.
16. Jennifer Lopez, Smokey Robinson – Street Dance, Mr. Mr Postman, That's What I Want, War (What's good for) and more
What's the entrance? J.Lo rose up on the floor for his Motown Recognition (considered a few controversial) and made a moment by getting everyone to sing My Girl. In a Alicia Keys cameo, Lopez is not excited.
17. Chloe x Halle – Where's the love?
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