On Sunday evening, the 61 Grammy Awards saw Childish Gambino winning a big show with This is America for both Songs and Song of the Year and Kasey Musgraves for the album of the year.
Although several big names like Queen Bee and Swift did not even go to the Staples Center in Los Angeles (the first to see his album with Jay-Z, rejected in the big categories) and the last one did not appear last year), there were some memorable take moments from one, well a wide range of performances.
From double piano to motown tribune, these are the best Grammy performances arranged in order of prizes show greatness. But have they reached Beyonce's pregnant levels? This is what you should look for below. (Disclosure: The Grammatics are broadcast on CBS, the parent company of CNET.)
1. Alicia Keys – Kill me quietly, unforgettable, use someone, New York and more
She plays two pianos at the same time. She wears the Carmen San Diego hat. What can not host the 61 Grams? Alicia Keys's love of music was radiant and one of the brightest moments in the show, not to mention the music itself. When she finally sang her own song, New York, she became … unforgettable. Appropriately, she is at the top of this list.
2. Janelle Monáe – Make Me Feel
Oh, we feel. Janelle Monae stood at the top of this list with her women's army of cosmic themed suits Michael Jackson would be proud of. These blue lights, this purple smoke, that murderous song that's about love – "Let the vagina have a monologue." Thank you, good night.
3. Camilla Cabello, Ricky Martin, Balvin, Young Tung, Arturo Sandoval – Havana
How to open the biggest musical award? Take our hearts to Havana. Camilla Cabello did just that, with a great dance team and Young Thug, Ricky Martin, Balvon and legendary Arturo Sandoval on a trumpet solo, performing her hit song. See the epic design of the scene, including massive colorful apartments that have to become part of the rear window music movie.
4. Lady Gaga, Mark Ronson – Shallow
Experimental dance moves have fun, Gaga has shown us how to be happy in this modern world with Shallow, the song included in the Oscar-nominated star who won her best duo / group presentation of this year's Grammy. Her talent works deep and her rock star status is evident on the scene she shares with British DJ Mark Ronson. Cardi B – Money
Yes, a girl on the piano that preceded Cardi B and whose name everyone wants to know. This looks right in the camera. Thoughts. The Grammy-awarded Cardi B (for Rappa's best album), the real masterpiece, torn the scene filled with purple straight from an underground jazz club. Then. Forever. Take our money!
6. Brandy Carlyle – The Joke
Brandy Carlyle, which contrasts with the shine of the glitter, went with a lower key, bearing all the compassion with a song about the misrepresent there. The most nominated woman at the 61st Grammy was giving goodness to her head. Even Malone approved . Take a bow.
7. Dolly Parton, Kasey Musgraves, Katy Perry, Miley Cyrus and others – Dolly Parton tribute
This is just about Miley Cyrus. Miley Cyrus knows her. That's what we learned here, as if we did not know it anymore. With many other artists, along with Dolly herself (in red shoes), Grammy's Honor Dolly Parton does not disappoint. Easter Egg: See BTS with every word in the audience.
8. Dan + Shey – Tequila
"When I When I When IIIII" – How Do I Get That In The Background When I Feel Nostalgic? And then this last note from Shay, when it is related to grief. Drink a glass for this Country Music duet, the Best Country Duo / Group Performance winners for your incredible Tequila song.
9. St. Vincent, Dua Lipa – Mass Remuneration, Respect, Kiss
When Dua Lipa came out of the back of the stage to join St. Paul, Obviously, matching cuts and black and white dresses is needed. Their interpretation of Aretha Franklin 's Respect is an accent, along with the guitar solo of St. Vincent. Both were perfectly synchronized, even if Duda Lipa, Grammy's newcomer to the best new artist, needed pins to hold her dress.
10. Kasey Musgraves – Rainbow
Listen to these lyrics. Simple but incredibly elegant, Kasey Musgraves, winner of Grammy for Best Album of the Year, performed the Staples Center with its soulful arc of country music. – Everything is good now. Yes, it is.
11. Post Malone and Red Hot Chili Peppers – Downtime, Rockstar, Dark Needs
A smoky spotlight illuminates Post Malone, his acoustic guitar and his golden teeth with a golden microphone. It was gold. Add RHCP. More gold.
12. Diana Ross – The Best Years of My Life, I Reach and Touch
She is 75 years old next month. The singer, born in Detroit, known for The Supremes, is one of Motown's most successful singers of all time. Presented by her grandson, she burst onto the stage in a red-red dress. By the end she gave us the best years of our lives. She could not hold the tears. Also, how can it be 74? Happy Birthday!
13. Travis Scott – Can not Tell
Cue soulful vibrant choir. Then Travis Scott intercepted in a cage-with lush hip-hop boys climbing the walls, uncertain over Ross's grandson. Scott could have been one of the most impressive stages of the night he left to the crowd.
14. Sean Mendes, Miley Cyrus – In My Blood
Not only Shaun Mendes on piano, Sean Mendes on piano with cracks emitting golden light. With Miley Cyrus, supporting an orchestra and a rain of rain, it's more than a party in the United States.
15. H.E.R. – Hard place
Brilliant costume for a disco, cool clear guitar and John Lennon in round sun rays – never changes, HERE I have everything revealed about R & B, including a guitar solo.
16. Jennifer Lopez, Smoky Robinson – Dancing on the street, please, Mr. Postholjon, money, this is what I want, war (for what is good) and more
What kind of entrance. J.Lo rose up through the floor for her homage to Motown (considered controversial by some) and made a moment to make everyone sing My Girl. With the help of Alicia Keys's camel, Lopez could not stand out. Chloe x Halle – Where is love?
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