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The Most Memorable Moments From the 62nd Annual Grammy Awards

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By Megan Prevost

If you didn't watch the 62nd Annual Grammy Awards last night you are seriously missing out on some actually good award show television. Usually, the Grammys are just okay, kind of hit or miss for most people.

This year turned out to be actually pretty good. Studded with strong performances and beautiful dresses, the 62nd Annual Grammy Awards sure left us with a lot to talk about.

Here are four of the most memorable moments from the Grammys.

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Demi Lovato stunned with her performance of "Anyone." This was her first time performing in almost two years, and she did a fabulous job.

Her new single, "Anyone" focuses on the way that she felt right before the overdose that almost killed her in 2018. In fact, she wrote the song right before the overdose.

The performance was inspiring and tear-jerking. The singer had to start over after a few bars because of a break in her voice, you could tell that this was an emotional night for her.

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Lil Nas X stunned everyone with his performance of the hit song, "Old Town Road." The performance featured a mashup of all its different remixes. "Old Town Road" being one of the most remixed songs, this made sense.

He brought Diplo, BTS, and the yodeling boy (Mason Ramsey). Of course, Billy Ray Cyrus was also there.

The sets were intricate, featuring a stage that appeared to be spinning while Lil Nas X walked from room to room. Each room was a different guest star and a new remix. Truly a great performance.

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Alicia Keys was a great host, she always is. However, there was one moment that set her apart from the rest of the show.

Obviously the room was heavy with sadness because of the sudden passing of Kobe Bryant that occurred earlier that day. The Staples Center, where the Grammys were held, is also the home of the Lakers, the team that Bryant played for.

At the very beginning of the show, Keys started with a speech about how sad they were to be there at this time. She then invited Boys II Men onto the stage where they sang, "It’s So Hard to Say Goodbye to Yesterday.”

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With all of that said, the crowning jewel of the night was very obviously the one and only, the incredibly talented, Billie Eilish.

Eilish took home five out of the six of the awards she was nominated for, including Best New Artist and Record, Song, and Album of the Year. She also won Best Pop Vocal Album. She is only the second person to sweep all four main categories (Record, Song, and Album of the Year, as well as Best New Artist), and the first female to do it. You rock, Billie.

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