What Was Your Favorite Performance at the 2020 Grammys? Vote!

Demi Lovato
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Demi Lovato performs onstage during the 62nd Annual Grammy Awards at Staples Center on Jan. 26, 2020 in Los Angeles.

The 62nd annual Grammy Awards celebrated the best in music on Sunday night (Jan. 26), with A-list musicians performing their hits and put on larger-than-life tributes. And Billboard wants to know: What performance do you think topped them all?

Tyler, the Creator, who won his first Grammy with Igor for best rap album, made the "Earfquake" for his performance with Charlie Wilson and Boyz II Men. He later brought out 25 Igor clones wearing the same blond bowl-cut wigs and pink-and-red pantsuits during "New Magic Wand" in an homage to Eminem's army of Marshalls from his 2000 Video Music Awards performance.

Demi Lovato teared up when she returned to the stage for her first live gig in two years and debuted the new song "Anyone," which tells her story of heartache and recovery after her 2018 drug-related hospitalization. "What an unbelievable night," she recapped on her Instagram later. "My first time back on stage in almost 2 years. So emotional for me. Thank you all for the love, support and for sharing this moment with me. I love you all."

Meek Mill, DJ Khaled, John Legend, Roddy Ricch, Kirk Franklin and YG gathered together for Nipsey Hussle's special tribute on the evening the late LA rapper won his first and second Grammys for best rap performance alongside Ricch and Hit-Boy for "Racks in the Middle" and best rap/sung performance with Khaled and Legend for "Higher." 

Camila Cabello, Cyndi Lauper, Ben Platt, Gary Clark Jr., The War and Treaty, Common and more belted out their joint performance of "I Sing the Body Electric" from the 1980 movie Fame in honor of the show's longtime producer Ken Ehrlich, who will retire after 40 years of putting together music's biggest night year after year. 

So what was the best performance at the 2020 Grammys last night? Vote below! 

2020 Grammy Awards


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