2020 GRAMMY Performance Highlights – Ariana, Demi, Lizzo & More!

The 62nd Annual GRAMMY Awards took place at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California on Sunday, January 26. The annual ceremony honoring the years best in music took place hours after the announcement of Kobe Bryant's passing which set a tone for the evening, the ceremony featured an opening tribute to the late superstar athlete with a performance from Alica Keys and Boyz II Men singing "It's So Hard to Say Goodbye to Yesterday."
As the ceremony moved along the mood kicked up a couple notches when Lizzo took the stage, she opened on a slower note but really kicked things up when she worked her into her hit song "Truth Hurts" which called for a neon set and a whole lot of energy!
Camila Cabello bbrought a heartwarming moment to the show as she performed her song "The First Man" and sang it right to her father, in front of the whole world. Regardless your stance on Cabello, it's kinda hard not to tear up a bit when watching.
Jonas Brothers live debuted their single "What A Man Gotta Do" the night before the ceremony during a show at the Hollywood Palladium on Saturday, January 25. But they still had a surprise up their sleeves for fans as the guys opened their performance with a brand new song titled "Five More Minutes."
Ariana Grande brought the ceremony to a halt with her show-stopping vocals, opening with the song "Imagine" before going into "My Favorite Things" with a full-on orchestra and then jumped right into her smash hit "7 rings" which samples the The Sound of Music track.
Tyler the Creator's performance was a favorite for many as the rapper set the stage ablaze!

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One of the nights most talked about moments came from the comeback girl herself, Demi Lovato. Lovato debuted her new single "Anyone" with an incredibly emotional performance worth a watch, check it out below!
Another year, another GRAMMYs in the books. Check out the FULL LIST of categories and winners below.
Album of the year “When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?,” Billie Eilish Record of the year “Bad Guy,” Billie Eilish Song of the year “Bad Guy,” Billie Eilish Best new artist Billie Eilish Best rap album “IGOR,” Tyler, the Creator Best rap performance “Racks in the Middle,” Nipsey Hussle featuring Roddy Ricch and Hit-Boy
Best rap song “A Lot,” 21 Savage featuring J. Cole Best rap/sung performance “Higher,” DJ Khaled featuring Nipsey Hussle and John Legend Best R&B album “Ventura,” Anderson .Paak Best R&B song “Say So,” PJ Morton featuring JoJo Best R&B performance “Come Home,” Anderson .Paak featuring André 3000 Best urban contemporary album “Cuz I Love You,” Lizzo Best pop vocal album “When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?,” Billie Eilish Best pop solo performance “Truth Hurts,” Lizzo Best pop duo/group performance “Old Town Road,” Lil Nas X featuring Billy Ray Cyrus Best traditional pop vocal album “Look Now,” Elvis Costello & the Imposters Best rock album “Social Cues,” Cage the Elephant Best rock song “This Land,” Gary Clark Jr. Best rock performance “This Land,” Gary Clark Jr. Best alternative music album “Father of the Bride,” Vampire Weekend Best country album “While I’m Livin’,” Tanya Tucker Best country song “Bring My Flowers Now,” Tanya Tucker Best country solo performance “Ride Me Back Home,” Willie Nelson Best country duo/group performance “Speechless,” Dan + Shay Best dance/electronic album “No Geography,” The Chemical Brothers Best dance recording “Got to Keep On,” The Chemical Brothers Best comedy album “Sticks and Stones,” Dave Chapelle Best music video “Old Town Road (Official Movie),” Lil Nas X and Billy Ray Cyrus Best contemporary instrumental album “Mettavolution,” Rodrigo y Gabriela Best metal performance “7empest,” Tool Best traditional R&B performance “Jerome,” Lizzo Best new age album “Wings,” Peter Kater Best jazz vocal album “12 Little Spells,” Esperanza Spalding Best improvised jazz solo “Sozinho,” Randy Brecker Best jazz instrumental album “Finding Gabriel,” Brad Mehldau Best large jazz ensemble album “The Omni-American Book Club,” Brian Lynch Big Band Best Latin jazz album “Antidote,” Chick Corea & the Spanish Heart Band Best gospel performance/song “Love Theory,” Kirk Franklin Best contemporary Christian music performance/song “God Only Knows,” For King & Country & Dolly Parton Best gospel album “Long Live Love,” Kirk Franklin Best contemporary Christian music album “Burn The Ships,” For King & Country Best roots gospel album “Testimony,” Gloria Gaynor Best Latin pop album “#Eldisco,” Alejandro Sanz Best Latin rock, urban or alternative album “El Mal Querer,” Rosalía Best regional Mexican music album (Including Tejano) “De Ayer Para Siempre,” Mariachi Los Camperos Best tropical Latin album (tie) “Opus,” Marc Anthony and “A Journey Through Cuban Music,” Aymée Nuviola Best American roots performance “Saint Honesty,” Sara Bareilles Best American roots song “Call My Name,” I’m With Her Best Americana album “Oklahoma,” Keb’ Mo’ Best bluegrass album “Tall Fiddler,” Michael Cleveland Best traditional blues album “Tall, Dark & Handsome,” Delbert McClinton & Self-Made Men + Dana Best contemporary blues album “This Land,” Gary Clark Jr. Best folk album “Patty Griffin,” Patty Griffin Best regional roots music album “Good Time,” Ranky Tanky Best reggae album “Rapture,” Koffee Best world music album “Celia,” Angelique Kidjo Best children’s album “Ageless Songs for the Child Archetype,” Jon Samson Best spoken word album (includes poetry, audiobooks and storytelling) “Becoming,” Michelle Obama Best musical theater album “Hadestown,” original Broadway cast recording Best compilation soundtrack for visual media “A Star Is Born,” Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper Best score soundtrack for visual media “Chernobyl,” Hildur Guðnadóttir Best song written for visual media “I’ll Never Love Again (Film Version),” Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper Best instrumental composition “Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge Symphonic Suite,” John Williams Best arrangement, instrumental or a cappella “Moon River,” Jacob Collier Best arrangement, instruments and vocals “All Night Long,” Jacob Collier featuring Jules Buckley, Take 6 & Metropole Orkest Best recording package “Chris Cornell,” Chris Cornell Best boxed or special limited-edition package “Woodstock: Back to the Garden - The Definitive 50th Anniversary,” various artists Best album notes “Stay ’68: A Memphis Story,” Steve Greenberg Best historical album “Pete Seeger: The Smithsonian Folkways Collection,” Pete Seeger Best engineered album, nonclassical “When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?,” Billie Eilish Producer of the year, nonclassical Finneas Best remixed recording “I Rise (Tracy Young’s Pride Intro Radio Remix),” Madonna Best immersive audio album “LUX,”Anita Brevik, Trondheimsolistene and Nidarosdomens Jentekor Best engineered album, classical “Riley: Sun Rings,” Kronos Quartet Producer of the year, classical Blanton Alspaugh Best orchestral performance “Norman: Sustain,” Los Angeles Philharmonic Best opera recording “Picker: Fantastic Mr. Fox,” Boston Modern Orchestra Project; Boston Children’s Chorus Best choral performance “Duruflé: Complete Choral Works,” Ken Cowan; Houston Chamber Choir Best classical instrumental solo “Marsalis: Violin Concerto; Fiddle Dance Suite,” Nicola Benedetti Best chamber music/small ensemble performance “Shaw: Orange,” Attacca Quartet Best classical solo vocal album “Songplay,” Joyce DiDonato Best classical compendium ”The Poetry of Places,” Nadia Shpachenko Best contemporary classical composition “Higdon: Harp Concerto,” Yolanda Kondonassis, Ward Stare & the Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra Best music film “Homecoming,” Beyoncé

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