Katy Perry, Lady Gaga, Jennifer Lopez Shine on Grammy Red Carpet

She sung. While the song is not actually political, it does have the intended hint, and it speaks against the system. Fans were able to hear new music from her when she offered a song for the 2016 Summer Olympics titled " Rise ". In case you missed it during the performance, check her out below. Guiness World Records said that the pop singer's performance garnered 118.5 million viewers in the United States.

David Bowie's Son Pays Tribute to Him After Grammys Wins

He collaborated on " Blackstar " with the avant-garde jazz saxophonist Donny McCaslin, whose instrument duels in the songs with Bowie's voice. "This is his first music Grammy of any of his projects, so it's kind of shocking" for someone who "had such an incredible presence in the business", said sound engineer Kevin Killen.

Who Told Bruno Mars He Should Dress Like Prince?

I honestly didn't realize that Bruno Mars was that good at playing guitar. And Twitter was living for the tribute as well. Also, some of the most likely - and best - tributes had already been done. The performance on Sunday began with the band The Time singing "Jungle love" followed by " The bird ". From there, the lights went out while the iconic intro to Prince's " Let's Go Crazy " filled Los Angeles' Staples Center.

The Best Part of Any Awards Show Is Rihanna

The Best Part of Any Awards Show Is Rihanna

During a sweeping camera view of the surely fascinated crowd, Riri can clearly be seen drinking and tucking away her flask. If you don't believe us, and need a good, strong celebrity endorsement to that claim, we give you the wonderful Rihanna and her lack of caring about drinking from her flask.

Grammys 2017: Best dressed stars on the red carpet

As she reached the song's climax without any technical hitches, she even jokingly wiped her brow, relieved to have avoided last year's problems. Other stars to perform over the course of the night included Ed Sheeran, Katy Perry and Lady Gaga, who hit the stage with rock legends, Metallica.

Blue Ivy Came to the Grammys Dressed as Prince

Blue Ivy Came to the Grammys Dressed as Prince

Even if you're the world's biggest music fan, the Grammy Awards can be tough to get through. We really aren't worthy of the way Jay Z looks at Beyoncé but then again, we should all be taking note of it. The above-mentioned Blue Ivy , however, almost the show at the Grammys, when - dressed in a magenta Prince pantsuit - she joined host James Corden, Neil Diamond, Tim McGraw , Faith Hill, Jennifer Lopez, John Legend, Jason Derulo, and Ryan Tedder for an adorable all-star " Carpool Karaoke ...