The GRAMMY Awards 2024 took center stage on Sunday night, shining a spotlight on the brightest stars in the music industry. Hosted by Trevor Noah at the Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles, the event was filled with laughter, stunning performances, and unforgettable moments. Join us as we take a closer look at the highlights and standout performances from this spectacular celebration of music.
Must-See Moments at GRAMMY Awards 2024
Dua Lipa’s Electrifying Start
Dua Lipa kicked off the show with a high-energy medley, showcasing her hit singles “Houdini” and “Dance the Night” alongside a new song, “Training Session.” Her performance set a high standard with impressive production, choreography, and charisma.
Trevor Noah’s Entertaining Opening
In his fourth time hosting the show, Trevor Noah delivered a lively monologue with surprise appearances from Meryl Streep and Taylor Swift, setting the tone for a fun-filled evening.
Billie Eilish’s Emotional Performance
Accompanied by her brother, FINNEAS, on the piano, Billie Eilish delivered a moving rendition of “What Was I Made For?” Her heartfelt performance, paired with her unique style, left a lasting impression.
Miley Cyrus’ Dynamic Performance
After winning her first GRAMMY Award for “Flowers,” Miley Cyrus delivered a lively performance, showcasing her live singing skills and spontaneity on stage.
Olivia Rodrigo’s Captivating Act
Olivia Rodrigo’s performance of “Vampire” was both powerful and theatrical, featuring stage blood and a captivating stage presence that earned her a standing ovation.
Taylor Swift’s Exciting Announcement
Taylor Swift, after winning Best Pop Vocal Album for “Midnights,” announced her upcoming album, “The Tortured Poets Department,” adding to the excitement of the night.
Fantasia Barrino’s Tribute to Tina Turner
Fantasia Barrino’s tribute to Tina Turner during the In Memoriam segment was a show-stopping moment, as she belted out an epic cover of “Proud Mary.”
Victoria Monét’s Emotional Win
Victoria Monét’s emotional acceptance speech for Best New Artist highlighted the significance of recognition for artists who have worked hard to pursue their dreams.
Billy Joel’s Triumphant Return
Billy Joel’s performance at the GRAMMYs, his first in over two decades, was a standout moment as he flawlessly sang his new single, “Turn the Lights Back On,” and his hit “You May Be Right.”
Taylor Swift Makes History
Closing the show, Taylor Swift made history by becoming the only person to win Album of the Year four times, marking a historic achievement in her career.
The GRAMMY Awards 2024 will take center stage, inspiring and captivating audiences around the world in a night to remember.