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Grammy Awards 2015 Recap: Winners List, Performances and More!

Host LL Cool J and a bevy of great performers take center stage as the 2015 Grammy Awards are presented… and we are there to give you running commentary of Sunday night’s festivities!

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Grammy Awards 2015 Recap: Winners List, Performances and More!
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11:37PM: And that's a wrap! Mary J. Blige and Sam Smith once again sing "Stay with Me" as we say goodnight!

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11:27PM: The Grammys go spiritual, with Beyoncé singing the gospel song, "Take My Hand, Precious Lord." This is followed by John Legend and Common singing their Oscar-nominated song "Glory" from the Martin Luther King Jr. drama "Selma."

11:19PM: We take a moment to say goodbye to those artists we lost in the past year.

11:06PM: Stevie Wonder and Jamie Foxx present the Record of the Year Grammy to... you guessed it... Sam Smith! Indeed the Grammys love "Stay with Me."

11:01PM: Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl gives a shout out to David Letterman for helping launch many artists' careers. Then he introduces big winner Beck, who sings "Heart Is a Drum" with Coldplay frontman Chris Martin. 

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10:54PM: Song of the Year goes to Sam Smith for "Stay with Me." It looks like it's Sam's night!

10:48PM: Shia LaBeouf introduces singer Sia by reading a weird poem, followed by an equally strange interpretation of Sia's song "Chandelier," featuring Kristen Wiig and "Dance Moms" dancer Maddie Ziegler. 

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10:37PM: Prince says "Albums still matter"... thanks, Prince! He presents Album of the Year to Beck for "Morning Phase." Beck seems a little confused... because Kanye West apparently stormed the stage in protest that Beyonce didn't win the prize. 

10:35PM: Latin superstar Juanes takes the stage, the first-ever Spanish Grammys performance!

10:30PM: "Stay With Me" crooner Sam Smith sings his hit ballad with Mary J. Blige. Ah, gotta love the Grammys for their match-ups... and this one really worked!

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10:21PM: More performances: Rihanna, Kanye West and Paul McCartney sing their collaboration "FourFiveSeconds" for the first time! Would you say they are one of the most unlikely musical trios?

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10:13PM: Country star Eric Church performs his song "Give Me Back My Hometown." This performance is followed by more country singing with Dwight Yoakam and Brandy Clark. 

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10:03PM: It's Usher's turn to perform, singing a slow version of Stevie Wonder's song "If It's Magic."

9:58PM: Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett perform together, singing some of the classics. Careful, Gaga, you might pop out of that dress!

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9:44PM: President Obama gives a pre-taped speech about stopping violence against women, and urges Grammy artists to help out. A survivor of domestic violence then gives her testimony, with Katy Perry following to sing a powerful ballad, "By the Grace of God."

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9:34PM: Pharrell Williams steps on stage to perform an odd version of "Happy," wearing a bellhop outfit and glitter tennis shoes. It's actually a little scary.

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9:31PM: Nick Jonas and Meghan Trainor present the Grammy for Best Country Album, which goes to Miranda Lambert for her album "Platinum."

9:25PM: Hozier sings their hit "Take Me Church" with special guest performer Annie Lennox. Wow, definitely chills-producing... and most certainly the best performance of the evening, so far.

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9:15PM: "The Voice" coaches Gwen Stefani and Adam Levine take the stage to perform the Maroon 5 song "My Heart Is Open." Levine's wife, Behati Prinsloo posted a backstage photo.



9:11PM: Then Sheeran introduces Electric Light Orchestra and performs an ELO medley with them! Classic rockers are getting up to dance for this one, like Paul McCartney!

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9:05PM: New late-night talk show host James Cordren introduces Ed Sheeran, who sings his lovely ballad "Thinking Out Loud." Sheeran is joined onstage by John Mayer, playing guitar, and Herbie Hancock, playing the piano.

9:02PM: Beyoncé wins Best R&B Performance for "Drunk in Love." The gorgeous Bey keeps the acceptance speech short and sweet, shouting out to her daughter, Blue Ivy.

8:54PM: Best Rock Album goes to Beck's "Morning Phase"!

8:48PM: Miley Cyrus and Nicki Minaj introduces "their bitch" Madonna! Per her usual style, it's a grand production of her new song "Living for Love," with men wearing bull horns surrounding Madge as a matador!

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8:44PM: Host LL Cool J says don't give up on your dreams... and introduces Kanye West. He is actually singing! 

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8:37PM: Bee Gees' Barry Gibb hands Best Pop Vocal Album to Sam Smith for album "In the Lonely Hour." See? Grammy No. 2 for this British singer.

8:33PM: Country superstar Miranda Lambert takes the stage to perform her hit, "Little Red Wagon." #TheGrammys tweet that her moving set piece weighs 1,500 pounds! Hubby Blake Shelton shows his appreciation in the audience.

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8:25PM: The Best Pop Solo Performance Grammy goes to Pharrell Williams for "Happy (Live)"... and we are! Pharrell says he feels a little awkward, so he moonwalks off the stage. 

8:21PM: Jessie J and Tom Jones do a duet from songwriters and Grammy honorees Barry Mann and Cynthia Weil. The song? "You've Lost That Lovin' Feeling" Tom still has it.

8:16PM: Anna Kendrick introduces Ariana Grande, who sweetly sings "Just a Little Bit of Your Heart."

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8:09PM: Taylor Swift presents the Best New Artist, which goes to Sam Smith! He declares, "I won a Grammy!" and that might not be the only one he wins tonight.

8:07PM: LL proclaims, "That was devilishly good!" He forgoes his comedy monologue and gets right to the awards.

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8:00PM: LL Cool J kicks things off by introducing AC/DC, their first time performing at the Grammys! House, be rocked!

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