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Grammys 2021 Best Performances: BTS, Taylor Swift, Cardi B burnt the stage, Grammy Award Performances Ranked

Grammys 2021 Latest Updates: When and How to Watch for Free, Time, Host, Nominations, Performances and much more

 The Grammys is the most important night for every artist in the music calendar. From Cardi B to Dua Lipa, here’s who we saw triumph in the night with their stunning performances.

Alongside the Oscars and the Met Gala, the Grammy Awards is one of the most glamorous—and important—nights of the year in entertainment. Consistently securing an arsenal of A-list artists, past ceremonies have seen exhilarating performances from Kendrick Lamar (2016), Miley Cyrus performing with Dolly Parton (2019), or Adele clearing space in her already-full trophy cabinet by winning six awards in one night (2012).

Grammy Awards Best Performances

9. Cardi B, ‘Up’ / ‘WAP’

The TV performance debut of last year’s culture-rocking “WAP” was colorful, cheeky and totally chaotic. Cardi and Megan at times got lost in the massive set pieces – which included a giant bed and stiletto heel, which doubled as a stripper pole. The performance was a very energetic and lively stage set by two gorgeous ladies. Cardi also performed her latest track “Up” with a very graceful choreography.

8. Post Malone, ‘Hollywood’s Bleeding’ 

Post Malone stunned fans with a performance with visuals that Twitter calls ‘Cult vibes’ with dancers in robes and candles in their hands. He passionately sang his track and the performance came out to be dark and brooding.

7. Taylor Swift, ‘Cardigan’ / ‘August’ / ‘Willow’

Swift went full woodland fairy for her mystical, moss-covered medley of three “Folklore” and “Evermore” tracks. Swift beautifully presented her songs, ‘Cardigan’, ‘August’ and ‘Willow” leaving the viewers awestruck.

6. Billie Eilish, ‘Everything I Wanted’

Billie Eilish stunned us again with her mesmerizing voice as she performed her record-of-the-year-winning “Everything I Wanted,” Eilish redid the song’s music video as she performed on top of a partially submerged, fog-covered car.

5. Dua Lipa, ‘Levitating’ / ‘Don’t Start Now’

Dua Lipa never disappoints. The British pop star turned heads with sparkly costumes, athletic choreography and an eye-popping disco aesthetic in her medley of hits “Levitating” and “Don’t Start Now.” 

4. Silk Sonic, ‘Leave the Door Open’

This retro themed song performance was absolutely groovy and perfect. Bruno Mars and Anderson .Paak, the duo behind Silk Sonic, sounded pitch perfect in this sizzling retro throwback, but the vintage filters and colossal screen of flashing lights distracted from their showmanship.

3.Haim, ‘The Steps’ 

An early highlight of the night, the Haim sisters brought piercing guitar and warm ‘70s-style rock to the Grammys stage with this plucky “Women in Music: Part III” cut.

2. Harry Styles, ‘Watermelon Sugar’

After a shaky start, Styles let loose for a sultry performance of his feel-good No. 1 hit “Watermelon Sugar,” donning a green feather boa and open leather jacket. He won a grammy for the same song later in the evening.

1. BTS, ‘Dynamite’

And yes, the best performance was by BTS, who claimed the roof of a building in Seoul. The septet performed their hit “Dynamite” and with undeniable charisma and swoon-worthy vocals as they danced against the majestic Seoul skyline.

Grammys 2021: Updates

March 14, 2021, is a day for the 63rd Annual Grammy Awards ceremony. Just a few days before the ceremony of the 63rd annual Grammy Awards, The Weeknd announced that he will be boycotting the Grammys and that he will no longer be submitting songs for the music industry’s most prestigious annual awards show.

Read the Full News Here: The Weeknd is highly disappointed with The Grammys Nomination Procedure

ALSO READ ABOUT: Grammys 2021: Artists who have boycotted the Grammys in the past

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