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WATCH: All the best performances from the 2021 Grammys

Cardi B performs in this screen grab taken from video of the 63rd Grammy Awards in Los Angeles, California, on March 14, 2021. Picture: CBS/Handout via REUTERS

Cardi B performs in this screen grab taken from video of the 63rd Grammy Awards in Los Angeles, California, on March 14, 2021. Picture: CBS/Handout via REUTERS

Published Mar 15, 2021

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The 2021 Grammys again evoked a range of emotions in music fans across the globe, from happy or frustrated to shocked.

However, one thing that always makes the most important night in music enjoyable to watch are the performances during the awards ceremony.

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Hosting this year’s Grammys, Trevor Noah made sure to kept things moving smoothly, introducing the performers and presenters while throwing in a joke here and there after some performances.

Former One Direction member Harry Styles opened the show with his hit song “Watermelon Sugar”.

Best Pop Vocal album winner Dua Lipa gave a medley, kicking things off with her hit song “Levitating” that saw DaBaby joining her on stage followed by don’t stop me now.

Billie Eilish and her brother Finneas gave a haunting performance of “Everything I Wanted” which also nabbed the coveted Record Of The Year award.

While Doja Cat didn’t walk away with any awards, she still performed her heart out to “Say So”, going the futuristic route for the song this time around.

Bruno Mars and Anderson .Paak aka Silk Sonic brought the new sultry song “Leave The Door Open” to life in a classic R&B stage design.

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K-pop stars BTS set the stage alight with their smash hit “Dynamite”.

Grammy award-winning artists Cardi B and Meghan Thee Stallion performed their recent hits “Up” and “Body” respectively.

They also performed their Billboard No1 hit “WAP” for the first time together.

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