#FBF: Epic Musical Performances From GRAMMY Awards History

Let’s check some of the biggest music moments from the GRAMMY Awards

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It’s music’s BIGGEST night and you can expect nothing less than shear craziness! Live from Madison Square Garden in New York City, and hosted by television personality James Corden, the 60th Annual GRAMMY Awards will be broadcast live on CBS on Sunday, Jan. 28, 2018, at 7:30 p.m. ET/4:30 p.m. PT.

From the outfits to the acceptance speeches, the show always delivers an entertaining evening. To help you get excited for Sunday night, we’re counting down some of our favorite epic moments from GRAMMY history.

  1.  Beyoncé at the 52nd GRAMMY Awards. From the moment she started the performance marching down the aisle, you knew you were in for a show. She started ” If I Were A Boy” and broke out into other songs including Alanis Morissette’s “You Oughta Know.”

2. Bruno Mars at the 59th GRAMMY Awards. He performed “That’s What I Like” and instead of relying on crazy stage tricks or dance moves, he let his voice be the shining light of the performance. The best part is when he “breaks it down for the ladies” and sweet talked not only the audience, but every single person watching from home. Take a listen:

3. Taylor Swift at the 54th GRAMMY Awards. During this memorable performance she sang her hit song “Mean” with a banjo and a more striped down show than we’re used to from the theatrical pop star. The truly iconic part is when she tweaked the lyrics to say “‘someday I’ll be singing this at the GRAMMYs and all you’re going to be is mean.” Taylor Swift 1. Haters 0.

4. Justin Bieber, Usher and Jaden Smith performing at the 53rd GRAMMY Awards. It starts simple, with Justin playing an acoustic song on his guitar and then it turns into an epic melody of songs and performances. We’re still not over this epic moment in GRAMMY Awards history.

5. Lady Gaga at the 53rd GRAMMY Awards. Performing “Born This Way,” the singer started the show by emerging from an interesting space ship/oyster-like bed. From that point to the performance itself, it was nothing less than what you would expect from Mother Monster.

Did your favorite musical performance make the list? Let us know by weighing in below!



Written by Cassie Hudson