AC/DC, Madonna and Paul McCartney lead Grammy Award performances – watch

McCartney performs 'FourFiveSeconds' with Kanye West and Rihanna

AC/DC, Madonna and Paul McCartney were among the performers at last night’s Grammy Awards.

Australian band AC/DC put recent trouble aside to make their live return, performing new song ‘Rock Or Bust’ as well as classic single ‘Highway To Hell’ on the night. They were joined by drummer Chris Slade as regular drummer Phil Rudd awaits trial on drugs charges at home in New Zealand.,AAAAAC3bNtw~,c0hgCOyLwy4Lde_FJ6Ombu5W_uQUkX83&bctid=4039456964001


Madonna was also on hand to perform her new single ‘Living For Love’. The video for the song was made available on Snapchat last week but Madonna gave fans a more long-lasting look at the song with a performance which saw her dressed up as a matador and surrounded by male dancers wearing horns.

Among the most anticipated collaborations of the night was the first performance of Paul McCartney’s work with Rihanna and Kanye West. Prior to claiming Beyoncé deserved to win Beck’s Best Album prize, West also performed a heavily auto-tuned version of his song ‘Only One’.,AAAAAC3bNtw~,c0hgCOyLwy4Lde_FJ6Ombu5W_uQUkX83&bctid=4039494208001

Other performances on the night came from Beyoncé, Ed Sheeran, Jessie J, Ariana Grande, Hozier and Annie Lennox, Pharrell and Miranda Lambert. Beck and Coldplay’s Chris Martin sang ‘Heart Is A Drum’ while Sia recruited Shia LeBeouf, Maddie Ziegler and Kristen Wiig for ‘Chandelier’. See those two performances below.


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