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The 59th Annual Grammy Awards aired last night, and the evening was filled with many highlights. Among them, British songstress Adele, who opened the show with her single “Hello”, hitting all the right notes and delivering an amazing performance. The good fortune didn’t last long however, as the singer had a flub during her tribute to the late George Michael. Performing a slowed down version of Michael’s single “Fastlove”, the singer paused, apologized to the audience and started over, nailing the song in the process. Lady Gaga took the stage with rockers Metallica, delivering a lively performance. Bruno Mars treated the crowd to his typical high energy show, even speaking to the ladies in the audience. Beyoncé delivered a high spirited performance dedicated to mothers. In addition to Adele’s tribute to George Michael, The Time took the stage to pay tribute to Prince, bringing the star studded crowd to its feet. Bruno Mars later took the stage to continue the tribute, performing a lively version of “Let’s Go Crazy” before joining The Time. A Tribe Called Quest performed and were joined by Busta Rhymes, who took a shot at President Donald Trump during their set.  Comedian James Cordon hosted the event, keeping the crowd in stiches with his hilarious antics. Despite the fact that her album “25” was released in late 2015, Adele took home a handful of awards, including Record, Album and Song of the Year. Beyoncé took home the a trophy as well. All in all, the show was one of the best to air in quite some time.