Grammys 2017 Best Performances Ranked: Beyoncé, Bruno Mars, Adele And More

Music's biggest night never fails when it comes to performances, and this year is no exception. Grammys 2017 featured performances from big names like Beyoncé, Bruno Mars, Adele and more.

This year's Grammys honored artists like Prince, George Michael, the Bee Gees and Phife Dawg. Adele's won the audience over with her emotional tribute to late George Michael. She did a slowed-down, orchestral cover of Michael's usually mid-tempo dance hit "Fastlove, pt. 1," US Weekly said.

Bruno Mars Performed With Prince's Old Band

Another talked-about performance was when Bruno Mars paid tribute to Prince, performing with the late pop icon's band, The Time, USA Today said. Mars' was very charismatic on stage and his tribute was electrifying, and he even looked like Prince. He wore a purple sequined blazer and black eyeliner to pay proper tribute to The Purple One.

Country newcomer Maren Morris wowed everyone when she performed together with Grammy favorite, Alicia Keys. They sounded beautifully together, and Morris did powerhouse vocals on an amazing duet version of Morris' Hero song "Once." The backdrop looks like it's taken from a castle, and it has added beauty to the already beautiful duet.

There Was A Technical Issue, But Lady Gaga & Metallica Were Able To Pull Off Their Performance Very Well

Lady Gaga & Metallica's performance had some microphone issues, but that did not stop Gagatallica from doing such an amazing job. Even before the awards night, it was speculated that Metallica will play a backing band to Gaga, but to everyone's surprise, she actually joined the rockers in singing one of the band's best hits, "Moth Into Flame."

It's not surprising that Beyonce did the best performance of Grammys 2017. Although she lost to Adele for Album of the Year, but she made sure that her performance won't be forgotten. Performing while pregnant is not an easy feat, but Beyonce didn't seem to have any trouble at all.

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