7 Greatest Grammy Performances Of All Time

HollyscoopPublished: February 13, 2016Updated: February 18, 201636 views
Published: February 13, 2016Updated: February 18, 2016

The 2016 Grammy Awards are just a few days away and the music lineup this year is insane! From Lady Gaga paying tribute to David Bowie, to Adele performing her latest hit songs from her album, 25, to Rihanna tearing it up with her latest single. To get you pumped up for this year’s Grammy Awards, we have rounded up a list of the best musical performances to date that will go down in history.Pink literally made the crowd gasp when she performed her hit single “Glitter in the Air” and she was literally in the air. She showed us her best aerial gymnastic moves and made us feel like we were watching a Cirque du Soleil performance in Las Vegas.We are throwing it way back to 1988 when the late Michael Jackson proved, yet again, why he was the King of Pop. He had a powerful performance at the Grammys when he sang Man in the Mirror. That wasn’t his only performance that night. He sang to “The Way You Make Me Feel” and pulled out his famous dance moves.We can’t forget about Whitney Houston’s perfect rendition to the classic hit from the Bodyguard soundtrack. The musical legend hit the high notes perfectly during the 1994 Grammys and even took home a few awards. Try not to shed a few tears when watching the moving performance. Academy Award winner Jennifer Hudson honored Whitney just hours after the news broke that the singer had passed away. We couldn’t leave Beyoncé out of this list. The “Formation” singer has graced the Grammy Awards many times but her duet with Tina Tuner is one for the books. Just two years after Queen Bey set a record for most wins by a female artist, Adele tied the “Crazy in Love” singer by taking home six awards!Taylor Swift, Justin Bieber, Rihanna, Adele, Lady Gaga, and Kendrick Lamar are just a few of the amazing artists who are scheduled to perform on Monday night at the Grammy Award show. Who are you looking forward to seeing?

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