March 20, 2014 9:48

Paul McCartney dances as Daft Punk rehearse for Grammy performance – watch

Footage from US award ceremony revealed online

Footage of Daft Punk rehearsing for their performance at this year's Grammy Awards has surfaced online. See above to watch the performance now.

The ceremony, which took place in January, saw Daft Punk team up with Pharrell Williams, Chic's Nile Rodgers and special guest Stevie Wonder for a performance of 'Get Lucky' at Los Angeles' Staples Centre.

The newly discovered footage shows the group running through their performance while Paul McCartney watches on from the seating area (from 5:02 mark). The clip was discovered by a Reddit user on the Daft Punk subreddit. The French duo's performance at the ceremony was their first show since returning with last year's 'Random Access Memories'.

On the night Daft Punk scooped awards for Record Of The Year ('Get Lucky'), Album Of The Year ('Random Access Memories'), Best Pop Duo/Group Performance ('Get Lucky'), Best Dance/Electronica Album ('Random Access Memories') and Best Engineered Album Non-Classical ('Random Access Memories').

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