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The 9 p.m. hour kicked off with John Legend taking the stage for an intimate performance of his latest single, “All Of Me.”
Kevin Hart presented the next award for best rock song. The award went to Dave Grohl and Paul McCartney for their single, “Cut Me Some Slack.”
Taylor Swift took to the stage to perform her emotional single, “All Too Well.” Her performance brought the audience to their feet.
Bruno Mars, this year's Super Bowl halftime performer, took to the stage to introduce Pink and Nate Ruess. Pink amazed audiences with her once again gravity-defying performance. Pink made history and had one of the most memorable Grammy performances last year with “Glitter in the Air.” Pink performed both “Try” and “Give Me A Reason” with Ruess.
The next award was for best pop solo performance. The category was packed with chart topping talent but Lorde won for her work on “Royals.”
Ringo Starr, former Beatle, took to the stage to perform his single, “Photograph.” Black Sabbath introduced the former Beatle, who will be returning later in the evening to perform during the Beatles tribute.
Jamie Foxx presented the award for best rap/sung collaboration. Jay Z took home the award for his work with Justin Timberlake on “Holy Grail.”
Imagine Dragons took the stage to perform with Kendrick Lamar, in a very unique one of a kind Grammy collaboration. The collaboration set social media on fire.
Country darling and first-time Grammy nominee, Kacey Musgraves took the stage following Lamar and Imagine Dragons to perform her latest single, “Follow Your Arrow.”