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Last updated on - January 29, 2018, 4:47 PM IST
Kendrick and Dave’s performance had been one of the most awaited of the evening for their insane energy and stage performance of course. The duo made audience’s feet tap on their medley with a mix of deep cuts, unreleased verses and single fragments that could've left viewers in awe of them.
Bruno Mars did spell the magic with his mesmerizing voce but also his skyrocketing energy that spilled out in form of dance and stole the show.
Lady Gaga did not just take us aback with her super voguish red carpet appearance but also her performance at “Joanne” and “Million Reasons,” she reminded people that she’s got a fantastic voice and a keen sense of musicality.
This star studded performance with cream of talrn performing together deserved a standing ovation by the audience for sure. Kesha’s performance was supported by female choir of co-stars, including Camila Cabello, Cyndi Lauper and Andra Day and was spellbinding.
Dressed in a super subtle t-shirt and jeans, Pink performed the “Wild Hearts Can’t Be Broken” and “There’s not enough rope to tie me down,” to spill her melodious magic.
“Despacito” remained one of the most loved song of 2017 and the duo performing live catalyzed the energy of the same at the moment.
Childish Gambino’s "Terrified" and "Redbone," had the crowd in his hand by the end with an impeccable vocal performance that kept scaling higher as it went.
Patti’s “Don’t Cry for Me Argentina” produced a pair of standing ovations for this memorable rendition of her 1981 Grammy winner, and “Dear Evan Hansen” star Ben Platt’s soaring “Somewhere.”
SZA made her presence feel with a lesser-known track "Broken Clocks," from debut album Ctrl's back end as she dominated the stage in a frilly, ambiguous "M" shirt, with her vocal only getting stronger as the song progressed.
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