Musicians from across the globe came together on Sunday 3 April at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas to celebrate music’s biggest night, the Grammy Awards. Naturally, the awards show was filled with exceptional performances from the likes of Lady Gaga, Justin Bieber, Lil Nas X, Nas and four-time Grammy winner, Olivia Rodrigo.
Here are some of the best performances from the evening.
1. LADY GAGA – ‘LOVE FOR SALE AND ‘DO I LOVE YOU’
Lady Gaga performed at the Grammy Awards without her collaborator Tonny Bennett but regardless, she stole the show. The power duo was nominated in the Record of the Year category for their collaboration, Love for Sale.
The House of Gucci star delivered exceptional vocals for her Grammy performance as visuals of her and Bennett appeared on the screen behind her.
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2. LIL NAS X – ‘DEAD RIGHT NOW’, ‘MONTERO’ AND ‘INDUSTRY BABY’
Lil Nas X performed a medley of the biggest hits from his debut album Montero. The star rapper blew the crowd away with his spectacular choreography and energy. Jack Harlow joined Lil Nas X on the Grammy stage for Industry Baby.
Billboard highlights that the performance felt like “a futuristic journey through the star’s success”.
WATCH LIL NAS X’S PERFORMANCE HERE
3. OLIVIA RODRIGO – ‘DRIVERS LICENSE’
Olivia Rodrigo, who won Best New Artist and Best Pop Solo Performance at the 2022 Grammys, performed her breakout single Drivers License which propelled her to stardom. The 19-year-old pop star stunned with her vocals and had the crowd singing along to her hit.
WATCH OLIVIA RODRIGO PERFORM ‘DRIVERS LICENSE’ HERE
4. JUSTIN BIEBER, DANIEL CAESAR AND GIVEON – ‘PEACHES’
When Justin Bieber performs his Grammy-nominated single Peaches, it’s a moment where everyone can get on their feet and groove to the song. This time, Bieber opened up the performance behind the piano and then kicked it into high gear with Daniel Caesar and Giveon.
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5. NAS PERFORMS A MEDLEY OF HIS HITS
American rapper Nas performed a medley of some of his biggest hits including I Can and One Mic. The 48-year-old rapper, who wore a classic white suit, was supported by a vibrant band.