The top 5 Grammy performances 2014

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By now you’ll have seen who won what at last night’s Grammys, and who wore what on the red carpet. Now it’s time to talk about the performances. Here’s our run-down of the five moments that everyone’s talking about this morning…

Lorde: The 17 year old (yes, it makes us feel old and underachieving too) won the Song of the Year and Best Pop Solo Performance awards last night and took to the stage to perform the song that has propelled her to stardom: Royals. One word: amazing.

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Macklemore and Madonna: Macklemore & Ryan Lewis’ performance of Same Love included a gospel choir, 33 couples getting married in a ceremony officiated by Queen Latifah and Madonna, cane in hand, singing Open Your Heart. We dare you to watch it without welling up.

Daft Punk, Pharrell and Stevie Wonder: Just when you thought the most played song of last year couldn’t get any better, Pharrell ropes in Stevie Wonder to join forces with him and Daft Punk to sing Get Lucky. Cue entire audience on its feet.

Taylor Swift: Tay gave it her all when she sang All Too Well. We're currently as obsessed with her hair as we are with her voice.

Beyonce and Jay Z: The hottest couple in pop got even hotter, opening the show with their duet Drunk in Love and flaunting their awesomeness all over the stage. We’re not jealous at all.

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