The Grammy’s Highlights: Full Performances & Best Moments

All the biggest moments from last night.

onstage during The 59th GRAMMY Awards at STAPLES Center on February 12, 2017 in Los Angeles, California.

The Grammy’s were destined to be a memorable night the minute James Corden fell down the stairs, lost his shoe, and rapped. It was a night for unforgettable moments and we have them all here for you. From Beyoncé’s performance to Adele’s abrupt halt in the middle of her tribute.

Even the red carpet had buzz worthy moments, so let’s start there:

Katy Perry had a dress that left the internet split down the middle (Tom Ford), Cee Lo was just unexplainable, and Lady Gaga rocked an outfit fit for her performance alongside Metallica.

The host of the show, James Corden, aimed to make this night one to remember, from his fumble, to his Carpool Karaoke moment; let’s be honest Blue Ivy stole that one, watch below.

Adele opened up the show with her hit song which landed her 1 out of 5 Grammy’s last night, ‘Hello’. She pretty much started and ended the night taking home every award she was nominated for. She won in most memorable moments too.

It started with her George Michaels tribute:

And ended with the speech that moved Beyoncé to tears:

Speaking of Beyoncé, we were all collectively Chrissy Teigen during the queens performance:

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Other epic performances included The Time’s and Bruno Mars, Prince tribute. Mars nailed it:

A Tribe Called Quest, Anderson .Paak, and Busta Rhymes teamed up for a political performance:

Katy Perry made her return (and beautiful outfit change, but that’s just my opinion):

Chance The Rapper took home 3 Grammy’s and his performance was just the cherry on top of a winning night:

Bruno Mars also killed it with a performance from his own album:

Other great performances included The Weeknd and Daft Punk’s ‘I Feel It Coming’, Ed Sheeran’s ‘Shape of You’, Lady Gaga alongside Metallica, The Bee Gees tribute, and a personal favorite Gary Clark Jr. with William Bell:

And as far speeches go (having already mentioned Adele), Twenty One Pilots definitely had the  second most memorable, not just for taking their pants off, but for the reason behind it:

Beyoncé shined during her acceptance speech, like always, but to be honest, Blue Ivy stole that moment too, with her adorable reactions:

There were so many incredible moments last night, but if we had to choose one to end with, it has to be the ‘In Memoriam’ tribute performance; performed by Cynthia Erivo and John Legend. 2016 was a year we lost so many musical legends and this song was a beautiful way to tribute them.

Let us know your favorite moments and if we missed anything!

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