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Alicia Keys a few tricks up her sleeves for this year’s Grammy awards (besides her God-given talent). The show opened with an tropical performance by Camila Cabello, but we can’t stop gushing over Keys’ “ladies.” In case you missed it, those ladies included J. Lo, Jada Pinkett Smith, Lady Gaga and Michelle Obama! You read the correctly, our forever FLOTUS hit the Grammys stage in the most-talked about moment from the evening.

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But the excitement didn’t stop there. Cardi B brought much life to the annual award show with her twerktastic yet elegant performance of Money. Her hubby Offset proudly watched from the audience, even sticking out his tongue at one point when Cardi strut her stuff.

Diana Ross celebrated her 75th birthday being praised and Motown got a long overdue tribute.

Keep scrolling for more highlights from music’s biggest night.

Alicia Keys Brings Out Michelle Obama + More Top Grammy Moments  was originally published on hellobeautiful.com

1. Alicia Keys Brings Out Michelle Obama

When Alicia Keys said she was bringing out some ladies to help her host the show, we weren’t expecting Michelle Obama. Our forever FLOTUS, accompanied by Jada Pinkett Smith, Lady Gaga and J. Lo, hit the Grammys stage to share their personal connection to music including the Motown music Michelle said she played on repeat in the south side of Chicago.

2. Offset Can’t Get Enough Of Cardi

Cardi B took back Offset and he’s making sure he does no wrong. He couldn’t get enough of his wife while she was performing her hit song “Money.”

3. Alicia Keys Plays Two Pianos At One Time

Alicia Keys Plays Two Pianos At One Time Source:Getty

Alicia Keys flexed her musical talents on the Grammys stage in between performance and awards, playing two pianos and showing off her vocals while paying homage to Lauryn Hill, Drake, Ella Mai (who watched stunned from the audience) and herself at one point. Alicia joked she wished she had written the songs, but we might actually be here for her renditions.

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