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Grammys 2017: 9 performances worth watching
By
Del Cowie

Published

February 13, 2017

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The 59th Grammy Awards were held last night in Los Angeles, and the big winner of the night was Adele. Along with four other awards, the U.K. singer won album of the year for 25 over Beyonce's heavily favoured Lemonade.

As always at the Grammys, there were a number of performances in between the award presentations. A Tribe Called Quest and Anderson .Paak delivered the most politically direct moment of the night when they performed a medley of songs including ATCQ's latest single, "We the People," with striking visuals and dialogue directly addressing U.S. President Donald Trump.

Metallica and Lady Gaga joined together for a rousing performance that was unfortunately marred when Metallica lead singer James Hetfield's mic was mysteriously not turned on for the performance. And Adele, in the middle of performing a tribute to late singer George Michael, stopped her reconfigured version of "Fast Love" so she could restart it in a different key.

Here are nine performances worth watching from last night's show: