Your Guide to All of the Grammys Duets
GWEN & ADAM
Answering the collective hopes of The Voice fans everywhere, coaches and took the stage with their collaboration, “My Heart Is Open.”
TOM & JESSIE
Jones and Jessie J’s heartfelt take on “You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feelin’ ” was enough to send us reaching into our Valentine’s Day candy stash early.
HOZIER & ANNIE
Hozier’s “Take Me to Church” joined rock ‘n’ roll forces with Lennox’s “I Put a Spell on You,” and all around the world, mics dropped.
ED & ELECTRIC LIGHT ORCHESTRA
The British came, indeed, at Sunday’s show, and Sheeran’s addition to “Evil Woman” and “Mr. Blue Sky” was only one of many amazing things to come from across the pond at this year’s Grammys. (We’re looking at you, Sam Smith.)
ED, JOHN, HERBIE HANCOCK & QUESTLOVE
Sheeran also earned plenty of Grammys audience-dancing – namely from friend – during his performance of “Thinking Out Loud,” which leaves us with only one question: When will Sheeran and start their own band?
GAGA & TONY
Well, there’s a reason and Bennett’s collaboration took home a Grammy for best traditional pop vocal album. Now excuse us while we dance in our living rooms to their “Cheek to Cheek” performance.
SAM & MARY J.
Further proof Smith is having the best night ever: Blige joined the Grammy winner on stage to sing his song (yup, his song), “Stay with Me.”
RIHANNA, KANYE & PAUL
, and the one and only McCartney joined forces for the live debut of their joint single, “FourFiveSeconds,” at Sunday’s show. In other news, is there anything or anyone that could possibly make this performance better?
BRANDY & DWIGHT
We’re not in L.A. anymore, you guys: The Grammys went Nashville with Clark and Yoakam’s duet to “Hold My Hand.”
BECK & CHRIS
Somewhere, some way, we just know was swaying to her boyfriend’s performance of “Heart Is a Drum” with album of the year and best rock album winner Beck.
JOHN & COMMON
We couldn’t think of a better way to close out Sunday’s show than Legend and Common’s Oscar-nominated “Glory” from the film Selma.