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Singer and actress Alicia Keys hosted the star-studded Grammys on January 26, 2020. She paid a heartfelt tribute to basketball legend Kobe Bryant who died earlier that day in a helicopter crash with his 13-year-old daughter. Coincidently the Grammy’s were hosted at the Staples Center where retired NBA star Kobe spent most of his career. Lizzo, who had the most number of nominations this year also paid tribute to the star.  Lizzo won the award for Best Solo Pop Performance for her song ‘Truth Hurts’.

The biggest winner of the night was Billie Eilish. At 18-years-old, @billieeilish made history by being the youngest person to be nominated and to win awards in all four general-field categories (Album of the Year, Record of the Year, Song of the Year and Best New Artist) in the same year. Congratulations!

Demi Lovato took to the stage for an emotional performance and rapper Nipsey Hussle who was killed earlier in 2019 won the award for the Best Rap Performance. He was also honoured by his fellow artists like John Legend and DJ Khaled.

Michelle Obama was a surprise winner at the Grammy’s, taking the award for Best Spoken Word Album for the audio version of her bestselling book ‘Becoming’.


Other performers included the Jonas Brothers, Camilla Cabello, Aerosmith and Run-D.M.C. Ariana Grande sang a medley of some of her greatest hits including 7-Rings. One of the top performances of the night was Lil Nas X with BTS, Billy Ray Cyrus, Diplo, and Mason Ramsey performing  “Old Town Road”

Another tribute performance in honour of Prince was put on by rapper Usher along with Sheila E and FKA Twigs.

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