The 61st annual Grammys were a spectacular blending of old and new, with inspired performances of some of the buzziest new songs and pitch perfect tributes.
Alicia Keys kills it as host
Let's be honest, being an awards show host can be a thankless gig, but Alicia Keys proved it doesn't have to be with her heartfelt, musical hosting. Her dual piano performance midway through the ceremony stole the show.
Michelle Obama's surprise appearance
The former first lady took the stage alongside a flock of high-powered ladies including Lady Gaga and Jennifer Lopez to champion the power of music. "From the Motown records, I wore out on the South Side to the who run the world songs that fueled me through the last decade, music has always helped me tell my story," Michelle Obama told the audience.
The Dolly Parton tribute
We will always love Dolly! The renowned singer-songwriter received a tribute befitting her greatness that brought out everyone from goddaughter Miley Cyrus to 2019 Grammy winner Kacey Musgraves to quartet Little Big Town to offer up renditions of some of her most famous songs alongside Parton herself.
Diana Ross: Happy birthday to me!
Diana Ross took to the stage to celebrate her 75th birthday (which is actually March 26) in a fashion that only she could. "Happy birthday to me!" exclaimed the diva.
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