Dolly Parton to Lady Gaga, here are some of the best moments of Grammy 2019 performances
The 61st Grammy awards closed with a bang as stars took centre stage to woo the audience with their chartbusters. From Cardi B to Jennifer Lopez, the music night was one to not miss out on!
Dua Lipa with US musician St Vincent
Dua Lipa took home the Best New Artist award as she competed against the likes of Chloe x Halle, Luke Combs, Greta Van Fleet, H.E.R., Margo Price, Bebe Rexha, Jorja Smith.
Canadian rapper Drake accepts award
The 'In My Feelings' star Drake picked up the award for Best Rap Song for 'Gods Plan' at the 61st Grammy awards.
'Shallow' star turned up in a bright metallic silver gown on the red carpet, came to pick up her Grammy in the same and then changed into a rainbow coloured rhinestone-studded shimmery body suit for her stage performance. Apart from all the looks she served us with, Lady Gaga took home awards for her musical contribution to film that she starred in 'A Star Is Born' with Bradley Cooper.
She won both Best Pop Solo Performance and Best Pop Duo/Group Performance. She also took Best Song Written For Visual Media.
Wearing a flowing bright red chiffon, Diana Ross took the stage for an uplifting celebration of her work as well as her upcoming 75th birthday.
Chloe and Halle Bailey of R&B duo Chloe x Halle
The sisters made their Grammy stage debut at tonight’s ceremony to Donny Hathaway and Roberta Flack’s 'Where Is the Love.' They paid tribute to Hathaway, who passed away in 1979, before presenting the award for Best Rap Album.
Cardi B, not one to lay low, gave a raunchy performance of 'Money' in a black mesh and silver body suit. She won a Grammy for Best Rap Album for her 'Invasion of Privacy'. She had 5 nominations this year.
Jennifer Lopez headlined the night’s tribute to Motown alongside famed Motown legend Smokey Robinson. She hit the stage to sing 'Dancing in the Street,' 'Please Mr. Postman,' 'The Best Things in Life Are Free,' 'Do You Love Me,' and more.
However, the news of her tribute performance to Motown got mired in controversy as fans started taking to Twitter, upset with the development.
BTS turned presenters at this Grammy night. Decked up in coordinated suits, the boy band members looked happy on their maiden Grammy appearance. They made history as the first K-pop group to present at the Grammy Awards.
BTS took the stage for the best R&B album category, awarding the Grammy to H.E.R. for her self-titled album.
US singer-songwriter Brandi Carlile
After winning three awards in a row during the pre-show ceremony, Brandi Carlile took the Grammys stage for the first time ever to perform her nominated song, 'The Joke.'
The 21-year-old first-time nominee at the Grammy won her second award of the night for her self-titled EP, accepting the honour from Korean boy band BTS. “It’s not even an album, it’s an EP!” she marveled, before bringing up her team to celebrate with her.
Gabrielle Wilson, as is her real name, took home the Best R&B Performance for her duet with Daniel Caesar, 'Best Part.'
Katy Perry and Dolly Parton
Introduced by Anna Kendrick, the star-studded tribute to Dolly Parton kicked off with Kacey Musgraves and Katy Perry performing 'Here You Come Again,'. Dolly then joined them to woo her fans.
Katy Perry, Karen Fairchild, Kimberly Schlapman, Phillip Sweet, and Jimi Westbrook, Dolly Parton and Miley Cyrus
The tribute episode became bigger as more stars joined Dolly Parton. Next up, Miley Cyrus joined her godmother on stage to sing 'Jolene' together, and Maren Morris teamed up with the pair for incredible harmonies on 'After the Gold Rush.' After that, Parton brought Little Big Town to sing a new song, 'Red Shoes,' which she wrote for the Dumplin’ soundtrack. Finally, Parton brought everyone back out for a fun-filled rendition of '9 to 5.'
The 23-year-old singer wowed all with his performance at the Grammys. He was nominated for four awards this year, including Record of the Year, Best Pop Solo Performance, Album of the Year and Best Rap/Sung Performance, and performed along side Red Hot Chili Peppers at the show.
File image of Miley Cyrus.
File image of Miley Cyrus.
Kacey Musgraves took the stage to perform her song “Rainbow,” looking ethereal in a floor-length, sleeveless white gown. She won all four Grammys she got nominated for this year: Album of the Year, Best Country Album, Best Country Song (“Space Cowboy”) and Best Country Solo Performance (“Butterflies”).
Janelle Monáe turned the stage into a full-on futuristic robot fetish party with her performance of 'Make Me Feel' kicked off with a laser show and more.