Was the 56th Annual GRAMMY Awards the Best Show Ever?

The Carters Light the Stage

1. The Carters Light the Stage

(2014) Showstoppers Beyoncé and Jay-Z were actually showstarters in this sexy performance, which opened the 56th Annual GRAMMY Awards.
Center Stage Hand Holding

2. Center Stage Hand Holding

(2014) "Crazy in love" couple Beyoncé and Jay-Z shared an intimate moment on stage before it all began.
Igniting the Stage

3. Igniting the Stage

(2014) Katy Perry sizzled as a musical witch during her performance of "Dark Horse."
Truly Grateful

4. Truly Grateful

(2014) Thank heaven for Hunter Hayes! The young star gave thanks after an endearing performance of his hit song "Invisible."
The Power of a Song

5. The Power of a Song

(2014) Taylor Swift invented a new move called "the piano headbang," and countless internet GIFs ensued.
New Heights

6. New Heights

(2014) P!nk repised her high-flying aerial act, taking to the skies for a second time at The GRAMMYs while performing "Try."
Peace to All

7. Peace to All

(2014) Legendary Beatles drummer Ringo Starr flashed his signature peace signs after performing "Photograph."
Friends for Life

8. Friends for Life

(2014) Fellow Beatle Paul McCartney joined Ringo for a rendition of their 60's classic "With A Little Help From My Friends."
A Colorful Act

9. A Colorful Act

(2014) GRAMMY winner (and Best New Artist nominee) Kayce Musgraves lit up the stage and dished out life advice with her performance of "Follow Your Arrow."
We’re So Lucky

10. We’re So Lucky

(2014) Nile Rodgers, Pharrell Williams, and Daft Punk teamed up to perform the biggest song of the night — the GRAMMY-winning "Get Lucky."

A Wondrous Performance

11. A Wondrous Performance

(2014) Daft Punk teamed up with Stevie Wonder, too.
Time to Rock

12. Time to Rock

(2014) Pianist Lang Lang performed with James Hetfield of Metallica.
Radioactive Performance

13. Radioactive Performance

(2014) Kendrick Lamar joined Imagine Dragons for a bombastic performance of the rock band's GRAMMY-winning song "Radioactive."
All About Love

14. All About Love

(2014) Mary Lambert sang the hook on GRAMMY-nominated single "Same Love."
Couples Unite

15. Couples Unite

(2014) Macklemore appeared on stage during the performance of "Same Love," during which Queen Latifah and Madonna presided over the TV weddings of engaged couples.
The Biggest Wedding Ever

16. The Biggest Wedding Ever

(2014) The Big Moment: couples said their "I Do's" to the tune of Macklemore & Ryan Lewis's GRAMMY-winning song "Same Love," featuring Mary Lambert.