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Here Are All The Performances From The 2020 Grammys

If you missed the show or want to relive it.

If the Grammys felt extra long this year, that's because they were packed full of performances. Everyone from Demi Lovato to Billie Eilish and Lil Nas X took the stage. Below, take a look at every performance from the night:

Alicia Keys opened up the show with a stream of consciousness monologue set to Lewis Capaldi's "Someone You Love":

Alicia keys hizo un "cover" de la canción lewis capaldi "Someone you love" arreglando la letra, agradeciendo a todos los artistas que han hablado a través de la música en el 2019 @aliciakeys

And a moment for the late Kobe Bryant with the Philly native's hometown group Boyz II Men:

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Lizzo silenced the room with "Cuz I Love You" and "Truth Hurts":

LIVE 🔥 @lizzo CUZ I LOVE YOU / TRUTH HURTS Her Album #CUZILOVEYOU is OUT NOW #GRAMMYs #TruthHurts #Cuziloveyou

“Tonight is for Kobe”- Lizzo Lizzo giving an emotional performance of ‘Cuz I Love You’ in honor of Kobe #GRAMMYs

Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton did their duet "Nobody but You":

Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani Hold Hands as They Perform 'Nobody But You' at 2020 #Grammys https://t.co/DGLdjhtH7D

Usher and FKA Twigs' tribute to Prince:

Usher did a good job. No one can do Prince but Prince. But I lowkey would have loved to see Bruno Mars do this. FKA twigs deserved more than just being Usher's backup dancer. #GRAMMYs

Tyler, the Creator treated the room to Igor tracks "Earfquake" and "New Magic Wand":

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The Jonas Brothers did "Five More Minutes" and "What a Man Gotta Do" (which ended up getting a lot of attention online for a reason other than the music — aka the food stuck in Nick's teeth):

THE NEW JONAS BROTHERS’S SONG IS CALLED FIVE MORE MINUTES I’M SCREAMING #GRAMMYs

Camila Cabello serenaded her dad with "First Man":

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Ariana Grande powered through a medley of "Imagine," "7 Rings," and "Thank U, Next":

ariana grande, they don’t deserve you. #GRAMMYs

Billie Eilish teamed up with her brother, Finneas, for “When the Party’s Over”:

#MuseAfrica @billieeilish full performance at #GRAMMYs

Lil Nas X gave an incredible rendition of "Old Town Road" and "Rodeo" with help from Billy Ray Cyrus, BTS, Mason Ramsey, Diplo, Young Thug, and Nas:

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Aerosmith and Run-D.M.C. reunited for "Walk This Way":

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Tanya Tucker sang “Bring My Flowers Now” with Brandi Carlile on piano:

Her first hit ‘Delta Dawn’ at 13. What a story. What a voice. Tanya Tucker. #GrammyAwards

Demi Lovato wowed the room and everyone watching at home with "Anyone":

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John Legend, DJ Khaled, Meek Mill, Roddy Ricch, Kirk Franklin, and YG honored the late Nipsey Hussle:

Nipsey Hussle tribute feat Ava DuVernay, Meek Mill, Roddy Ricch, YG, Kirk Franklin, DJ Khaled, John Legend & Eritrean Fashion & Culture #Grammys

Rosalía stunned with "Juro Que" and "Malamente":

The way Rosalia snapped last night at #GRAMMYs

Alicia Keys performed her new song "Underdog":

Our incredible host @aliciakeys on stage with @blkfootwhtfoot performing “Underdog” 💫 Watch the full performance on https://t.co/lOe70CHjBj! #GRAMMYs

H.E.R. did her latest single, "Sometimes":

H.E.R. never disappoints on her performances #GRAMMYs

Bonnie Raitt covered John Prine's “Angel From Montgomery”:

Bonnie Raitt sings for John Prine at the Grammys.

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