Between the star-studded guest list and show-stopping moments, the 2020 Grammy Awards was definitely a night to remember! It took place on Sunday, January 26 in Los Angeles, CA, and a lot went down. Check out the wildest moments from the glamorous awards show.
After that, Alicia Keys took a moment to honor the late basketball star.
“Here we are together on music’s biggest night celebrating the artists that do it best. But to be honest, we’re all feeling crazy sadness right now because earlier today, Los Angeles, America and the whole wide world lost a hero. And we’re literally standing here heartbroken in the house that Kobe Bryant built. Right now, Kobe and his daughter Gianna, and all of those that have been tragically lost today are in our spirit. They’re in our hearts and our prayers. They’re in this building," the singer said. “Share our strength and our support with their families. We never imagined in a million years we’d have to start the show like this, never never never never never never, so we wanted to do something that could describe a tiny bit how we all feel right now.”
Boys II Men then joined the "No One" songstress to perform “It’s So Hard to Say Goodbye,” as a tribute to the LA Lakers player.
Tyler, the Creator literally set the night on fire when he hit the stage to sing his song "NEW MAGIC WAND." Fans are still talking about the epic performance, which included a special appearance from Charlie Wilson and so many dancers that the stage literally shook!
Everyone was living when the Jonas Brothers performed their latest single, "What A Man Gotta Do." They also sang a brand new song called "Five More Minutes," and it was a total bop.
Camila Cabello had the tears flowing when she sang a heartfelt ballad about her dad, Alejandro Cabello, during the awards show. Best part is, he was in the audience and he had the sweetest reaction ever!
Everyone is still shook over Ariana Grande's show-stopping performance! She brought down the house when she performed a medley of songs from her hit album Thank U, Next. The singer looked like she was holding back tears when she received a standing ovation afterwards.
Billie Eilish blew everyone away when she sang "When the Party's Over." Seriously, fans still have chills over it. The singer took home the awards for Best New Artist, Record, Song and Album of the Year later in the evening.
Nipsey Hussle posthumously won the award for Best Rap Performance during the ceremony, and his family accepted it on his behalf. The late rapper, who died at age 33 after being shot in March 2019, took home the award for his song “Racks in the Middle." Later in the night, DJ Khaled, YG, Meek Mill and John Legend came together to perform a tribute to him.