Grammys 2017 | Show highlights
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Grammys 2017 | Show highlights

Adele reacts to winning the award for song of the year for “Hello.” She also won record of the year.

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Adele onstage after winning Album of the Year for “25.”

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Bruno Mars performs a tribute to Prince at the 59th Grammy Awards.

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Chance the Rapper performs with a choir and Kirk Franklin.

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Sturgill Simpson with The Dap Kings performs “All Around You.”

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Sturgill Simpson with The Dap Kings.

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Cynthia Erivo, right, and John Legend

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Chance the Rapper

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Bruno Mars and Morris Day during the Prince tribute.

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A Tribe Called Quest with Anderson .Paak performs at the 59th Grammy Awards.

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A Tribe Called Quest and Anderson .Paak perform at the Grammys.

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Songwriters Adele and Greg Kurstin accept the song of the year award for “Hello.”

 

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Pentatonix performs at the 59th Grammy Awards at Staples Center.

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Andra Day performs during a tribute to the Bee Gees.

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Little Big Town perform during the Bee Gees tribute.

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Demi Lovato performs during a tribute to the Bee Gees.

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Tori Kelly performs during a tribute to the Bee Gees.

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Jimi Westbrook, left, Kimberly Schlapman, Karen Fairchild and Philip Sweet of group Little Big Town, and Demi Lovato, Andra Day and Tori Kelly perform a tribute to the Bee Gees.

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Metallica and Lady Gaga perform onstage during the Grammys.

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Lady Gaga crowd surfs while performing with Metallica.

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Adele pays tribute to George Michael at the Grammys.

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Beyonce accepts the award for best urban contemporary album for “Lemonade." 

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Katy Perry performs “Chained to the Rhythm” at the Grammys.

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Bruno Mars performs “That’s What I Like” at the Grammy Awards.

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Beyoncé performs at the 59th Grammy Awards.

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Beyonce performed “Love Drought.”

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Beyoncé leans back on a throne-like chair while performing at the 59th Grammy Awards.

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Lukas Graham and Kelsea Ballerini perform a mash-up of “7 Years” and “Peter Pan” at the Grammys.

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Twenty One Pilots wins for pop duo/group performance for “Stressed Out.”

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Ed Sheehan

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The Weeknd performs with Daft Punk.

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Keith Urban and Carrie Underwood

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Paris Jackson introduces The Weeknd.

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Chance the Rapper wins the rap album Grammy.

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James Corden hosts the 59th Grammy Awards at Staples Center. 

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James Corden performs with backup dancers.

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Margaret Cho at the 59th Grammy Awards  pre-telecast show at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles.

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Members of Northern Cree perform at the pre-telecast show.

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Carla Morrison performs at Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles at the pre-telecast show for the Grammy Awards.

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Jesse Huerta and Joy Huerta of Jesse & Joy after winning the Grammy for Latin pop album.

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Sarah Jarosz accepts the award for folk album.

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Bobby Rush accepts his Grammy for traditional blues album.

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Fantastic Negrito wins the award for contemporary blues album.

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Patton Oswalt wins for comedy album at the pre-telecast show.

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Chance the Rapper after winning the rap performance award for “No Problem.”

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Chance the Rapper takes the stage after winning the rap performance award for “No Problem.”

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Kalani Pe’a, at the Grammys’ pre-telecast show, wins the award for regional music album.

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Sturgill Simpson picks up the award for country album. 

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Judy Collins performs at the pre-telecast show for the 59th Grammy Awards at the Microsoft Theater.

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Emily Weisband at the Grammy Awards pre-telecast show.

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Tamela Mann, left, wins for gospel performance/song for “God Provides" at the Grammy Awards pre-telecast show.

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White Sun, which won in the New Age category for its album “White Sun II,” is seen onstage at the Grammy Awards pre-telecast show.

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Hillary Scott, second from left, and the Scott Family with their award for contemporary Christian music album.

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Kirk Franklin accepts his Grammy for gospel album for “Losing My Religion." 

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Cynthia Erivo, center, of “The Color Purple” speaks for the winners for musical theater album at the 59th Grammy Awards pre-telecast show at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles.

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Jacob Collier wins at the 59th Grammy Awards   pre-telecast show at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles.

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Luke Smallbone, left, Lauren Daigle and Joel Smallbone at the 59th Grammy Awards pre-telecast show at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles.

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Graphic designer Jonathan Barnbrook wins the recording package award for David Bowie’s “Blackstar” at the 59th Grammy Awards pre-telecast show at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles.

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Robert Glasper and Steve Berkowitz at the 59th Grammy Awards pre-telecast show at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles.

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