The 58th Annual Grammy Awards brought with it some incredible performances, but also some that we'd rather forget.
Rihanna might have cancelled her performance at the last minute but from Taylor Swift's amazing opener to Gaga's Bowie tribute, music's most famous faces brought their A-games to the ceremony at the STAPLES Center.
Check out a complete rundown of all of the night's performances below:
Taylor Swift -- "Out of the Woods"
T.Swift opened the show with a powerful performance of the sixth single from her blockbuster album "1989," performing the arrangement of the song from her 1989 World Tour in a sparkly jumpsuit.
Carrie Underwood & Sam Hunt -- "Take Your Time"/"Heartbeat"
This sexy country duo sang a pair of each other's hits while wearing coordinated sheer white outfits and exhibiting a chemistry that any duet could only hope for.
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The Weeknd -- "Can't Feel My Face"/"Earned It"
Major nominee The Weeknd sounded incredible and looked even better during a medley of two of his biggest hits, getting the crowd (and his girlfriend Bella Hadid) grooving in their seats.
Ellie Goulding & Andra Day -- "Rise Up"/"Love Me Like You Do"
The unlikely pairing hit the B-stage with a powerful duet that we didn't expect to love as much as we did.
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Demi Lovato, Meghan Trainor, Tyrese Gibson, Luke Bryan & John Legend -- Lionel Richie tribute
The Grammys are famous for its major tributes that put random groupings of artists together but this one might just take the cake. We're not complaining though: The A-list tribute, which ended in Lionel Richie joining the group on stage, was spot-on.
Little Big Town -- "Girl Crush"
The country crooners garnered a standing ovation with their beautifully-sung rendition of their monster hit "Girl Crush."
Stevie Wonder & Pentatonix -- Earth, Wind & Fire tribute
Before presenting Best Song, the presenters delivered an A capella tribute to the band's late founding member Maurice White, who died earlier this month.
The Eagles -- "Take it Easy"
The living members of the legendary band took to the stage for an emotional performance while a giant photo of their late band member Glenn Frey was projected behind them. There wasn't a dry eye in the house.
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Tori Kelly & James Bay, "Let It Go"/"Hollow"
The two flawless singers took to the B-stage for a stunning performance of two of their biggest hits. Their voices blended incredibly well together while both strummed their guitars.
See photos from Lady Gaga's David Bowie tribute on stage and the red carpet:
Hamilton cast -- "Alexander Hamilton"
In a Grammys first, the telecast broadcast a live performance from a Broadway theater in New York City. The rousing performance shone a light on why the show is so wildly popular and garnered a rousing response from the crowd.
Kendrick Lamar -- Medley of hits
In one of the night's most powerful performances, Kendrick Lamar walked onto the stage as part of a chain gang before black lights lit up his glow in the dark clothing and fire broke out behind the crowd favorite on stage.
Miguel -- Michael Jackson tribute
The sexy singer delivered a short and sweet tribute to the late legend 25 years after he won his first Grammy.
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Adele -- "All I Ask"
In perhaps the biggest disappointment of the night, Adele delivered a lackluster rendition of her show-stopping ballad, "All I Ask." It was unclear whether the sound was messed up, but there was no ignoring that she wasn't on her game on Monday night.
Justin Bieber, Skrillex & Diplo -- "Love Yourself"/"Where R Ü Now"
The comeback continued for Bieber on Monday with his medley of hits. He was smiling and having fun on stage throughout and the crowd was loving every second of it.
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Lady Gaga & Nile Rogers -- David Bowie tribute
The night's best performance came in the form of a musical tribute from Lady Gaga, with the help of Mile Rogers, to one of her biggest musical inspirations, David Bowie, who died in January. Gaga embodied the late legend throughout a medley of his biggest hits and had the crowd on its feet.
Chris Stapleton, Bonnie Rait & Gary Clark Jr. -- B.B. King tribute
Country music's breakout star delivered a soulful performance that paid homage to the late legend.
Alabama Shakes -- "Don't Wanna Fight"
The Alabama Shakes delivered a rockin' rendition of their Grammy-winning hit.
Hollywood Vampires (Alice Cooper, Joe Perry & Johnny Depp)
We think this performance went on for a little bit too long, but it was a delight to see Depp up on stage having fun with a couple of rock legends.
Pitbull, Robin Thicke & Travis Barker -- "El Taxi"
For some reason, Pitbull and Robin Thicke were chosen to end the show with a noisy performance of a song nobody really knows. The lone highlight? Sofia Vergara's fun cameo.
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