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Here Are All of the 2021 Grammy Awards Performances

The 63rd annual Grammy Awards on Sunday (March 14) were a star-studded event despite the pandemic making the night a bit different from those in years past. The show, hosted by Trevor Noah, was socially distanced and held at the Los Angeles Convention Center and its surrounding areas.

Among the many performers of the evening were K-pop superstars BTS, Taylor Swift, DaBaby, Dua Lipa, Mickey Guyton, and others.

Harry Styles, who won best pop solo performance for his hit "Watermelon Sugar," kicked off the show with a jazzy rendition of the Hot 100 chart topper. The singer showed off his moves while in a flashy head-to-toe leather look -- sans shirt -- and a green boa.

While Styles' performance was a bit subdued, best new artist winner Megan Thee Stallion turned up the dial several notches and then some. She first took the stage for a '20s-themed performance of "Body" and "Savage." Cardi B then showed up for a wild performance of their not-so-family-friendly hit "WAP." While the two managed to keep the performance pretty PG-13, Noah suggested ahead of the set, "If you have small children in the room, just tell them it's a song about giving a cat a bath."

If you missed these or any of the performances at the 2021 Grammy awards, get a taste with the snippets below. We'll continue to add to this roundup as more videos are posted.

Harry Styles - "Watermelon Sugar"

Billie Eilish - "Everything I Wanted"

Haim - "The Steps"

Black Pumas - "Colors"

Da Baby feat. Roddy Ricch - "Rockstar"

Bad Bunny feat. Jhay Cortez - "Dakiti"

Dua Lipa feat. DaBaby - "Levitating" and "Don't Start Now"

Silk Sonic - "Leave the Door Open"

Taylor Swift - "Cardigan," "August," and "Willow"

Miranda Lambert - "Bluebird"

Maren Morris with John Mayer - "The Bones"

Megan Thee Stallion - "Body" and "Savage"

Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion - "WAP" and "Up"

Lil Baby - "The Bigger Picture"

Doja Cat - "Say So"

BTS - "Dynamite"

Roddy Ricch - "Heartless" and "The Box"

Mickey Guyton - "Black Like Me"

Post Malone - "Hollywood's Bleeding"