Need to catch up on The Grammys? Look no further. The show last night raised a lot of eyebrows but it also gave us some great performances.
Adele made her grand return to the stage for the first time since her throat surgery by performing “Rolling In The Deep,” Nicki Minaj channeled the devil’s spirit by performing her new song “Roman Holiday,” and Chris Breezy turned up the lights and music by performing his new single.

One of the highlights of the show had to be Jennifer Hudson’s Whitney Houston tribute. We won’t even comment on whatever Nicki did up there because her performance speaks for itself. On the low, though, Sir Paul McCartney stole the show at the end.
Catch the performances after the jump.

At the very least, J-Hud’s rendition of “I Will Always Love You” did it justice, in a very emotional way. We can’t imagine the pressure she was under up there, but she nailed it.

It might not have been the GREATEST performance by Adele, but it was good to hear her back. The singer cleaned up the entire awards show by winning 6 Grammys, and rightfully so. She deserves it.

Sir Paul McCartney blindsided everyone and might have stolen the show at the end by performing a medley of The Beatle’s hits on stage, but it just showed us he still has it in him. He looks older than our high school history book but for him to rock the stage the way he did, we have to salute the legend and give him his props.

Rihanna had a pretty good performance of “We Found Love” last night, but then Coldplay came on and put us to sleep.

Breezy! Aka Mr. Redeem Myself was showing off his moves last night by performing his new single “Turn Up the Music.” We were waiting for the cameras to cut into a shot of Rihanna during his performance but it didn’t happen.

What in God’s name is Lil Wayne wearing again? Smh.

Bruno Mars and Alicia Keys were rocking the same hair-do last night, but that shouldn’t take away from his performance last night.

Alicia Keys and Bonnie Raitt took the stage to pay homage to Etta James by performing “Sunday Kind Of Love.” Classy and empowering. Both of them did their thing.

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