Grammys 2018 | Show highlights
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Grammys 2018: Show highlights

Bruno Mars, center, accepts album of the year for “24K Magic” with his production team onstage.

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Khalid, from left, Logic and Alessia Cara perform “1-800-273-8255"  as the suicide hotline prevention number appears on screen.

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Alessia Cara performs her part in “1-800-273-8255" during an in memoriam tribute.

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Logic performs his suicide-awareness anthem “1-800-273-8255.”

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Chris Stapleton and Emmylou Harris perform “Wildflowers” during an in memoriam tribute to Tom Petty.

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Alicia Keys presents the award for record of the year to Bruno Mars for “24K Magic.”

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Sza performs “Broken Clocks.”

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Patti LuPone performs “Don’t Cry For Me Argentina” during a tribute to Leonard Bernstein and Andrew Lloyd Webber.

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Ben Platt, right, performs “Somewhere” during a tribute to Leonard Bernstein and Andrew Lloyd Webber.

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Sir Elton John, left, and Miley Cyrus perform his “Tiny Dancer.”

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U2 appears via satellite as they perform “Get Out of Your Own Way” on the Hudson River.

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Kesha (unseen) is hugged by Bebe Rexha, Cindy Lauper, Camila Cabello and Andra Day after performing her song “Praying.”

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Kesha performs “Praying.”

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Chris Stapleton, left, accepts the award for best country album for “From A Room: Volume 1" from presenters Donnie Wahlberg and Hailee Steinfeld, who donned cowboy hats before calling his name.

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Janelle Monáe told the audience that “time’s up  for pay inequality, discrimination or harassment of any kind and the abuse of power.”

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Maren Morris, left, and Eric Church perform.

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The Brothers Osborne perform as names of victims of tragedies appear onscreen.

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Bryson Tiller, from second left, Rihanna, and DJ Khaled perform “Wild Thoughts.”

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Rihanna performs “Wild Thoughts.”

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Shaggy, left, and Sting perform “Englishman in New York.”

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Comedian Dave Chappelle, left, accepts the comedy album Grammy for “The Age of Spin & Deep in the Heart of Texas” from Trevor Noah, right.

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Cardi B, left, and Bruno Mars, right, perform “Finesse.”

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Cardi B performs “Finesse” with Bruno Mars.

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Bruno Mars performs “Finesse.”

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Pink performs “Wild Hearts Can’t Be Broken.”

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Joe Saylor, left, Jon Batiste and Gary Clark Jr. perform a tribute to Chuck Berry and Fats Domino.

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Alessia Cara accepts best new artist Grammy Award.

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Karen Fairchild, left, Jimi Westbrook, Kimberly Schlapman and Philip Sweet of Little Big Town perform “Better Man.”

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Rihanna and Kendrick Lamar accept best rap/sung performance for “Loyalty.”

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Sam Smith performs “Pray.”

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Host James Corden opens the 60th Grammy Awards.

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Lady Gaga plays piano as she performs onstage.

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Mark Ronson and Lady Gaga perform at the 60th Grammy Awards.

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Comedian Dave Chappelle speaks onstage in between Kendrick Lamar’s performance.

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Kendrick Lamar, center, performs at the 60th Grammy Awards.

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Kendrick Lamar opens the 60th Grammy Awards.

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Paul Shaffer, left, presents the award for traditional pop vocal album to recording artist Tony Bennett, center, and audio engineer Dae Bennett for “Tony Bennett Celebrates 90,” at the pre-telecast show Sunday.

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Left to right, recording artists Zachary Scott Carothers, Eric Howk, Jason Wade Sechrist, Kyle O’Quin of Portugal. The Man, winners of pop duo/group performance for “Feel It Still,” accept the award at the pre-telecast show.

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James Fauntleroy accepts the award for R&B song during the pre-telecast show.

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Dwan Hill accepts the gospel performance/song award for “Let Them Fall in Love” at the pre-telecast show.

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Chris Stapleton accepts the country solo performance award for “Either Way” at the pre-telecast show.

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Members of Ladysmith Black Mambazo, winners of world music album for “Shaka Zulu Revisited: 30th Anniversary Celebration,"  accept the award at the pre-telecast show.

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Jason Isbell accepts the American roots song award for “If We Were Vampires” at the pre-telecast show.

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Ice T performs with Body Count during the Grammy Awards pre-telecast show.

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Jazzmeia Horn performs during the 60th Grammy Awards pre-telecast show.

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Justin Hurwitz accepts the compilation soundtrack for visual media award for “La La Land.”

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Stile Antico performs at the 60th Grammy Awards pre-telecast show.

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Reba McEntire accepts the award for roots gospel album for “Sing It Now: Songs of Faith & Hope.”

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Residente accepts the Latin rock, urban or alternative album for “Residente.”

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India Arie performs during the 60th Grammy Awards pre-telecast show in New York.

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Paul Shaffer performs at the 60th Grammy Awards pre-telecast show.

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Paul Shaffer and the W.M.D. Band perform at the 60th Grammy Awards pre-telecast show.

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