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|The Top 5 Performances at the 2010 Grammy Awards
The 52nd Annual Grammy Awards were packed full of memorable performances on Sunday night. If you missed any moment of the show, however, here's the Top 5 performances from the 2010 Grammy Awards:
1) Celine Dion, Usher, Carrie Underwood, Jennifer Hudson, and Smokey Robinson sing "Earth Song":
Singing Michael Jackson's "Earth Song" while a 3D movie from his "This Is It" concert played in the background, these five singers brought genuine emotion that only was topped by Jackson's own children gracing the stage. A cross-section of the old and new generation of musical artists, Dion, Usher, Underwood, Hudson, and Robinson gave a quality tribute performance to the "King of Pop."
2) Pink sings "Glitter in the Air":
Pink had a very elegant performance, seeming quite angelic as she twirled in the air while wet singing "Glitter in the Air." While this performance was very similar to what Pink did at the MTV VMAs, the performance was full of grace and class in an era of music where critics claim that no longer exists.
3) Beyonce sings "If I Were a Boy":
As usual, Beyonce brought her high energy to the stage as she sang her hit song "If I Were a Boy." Walking through the aisles of the audience to get onto the stage and then taking her act back to the audience before heading back on stage to "rock out," Beyonce does what she does best--singing while simultaneously giving the audience an incredible, high octane performance.
4) Bon Jovi with Sugarland's Jennifer Nettles:
Here, Bon Jovi performed a three-song medley and finished up with a song that was chosen by the audience at home. Despite his age, Bon Jovi seemed relevant and young in a Grammy performance lineup littered with 20-somethings.
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