The 63rd Grammy Awards had a star-studded show on Monday with Billie Eilish, Dua Lipa, Post Malone, Taylor Swift, Harry Styles and more performing on the big night. The normally glitzy gala was primarily a virtual affair, with a mix of live and pre-taped performances in keeping with coronavirus restrictions. Trevor Noah of ‘The Daily Show’ hosted the four-hour-long ceremony from the Los Angeles Convention Center without an audience this time.

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Here are all the Grammys 2021 performances:

Miranda Lambert: ‘Bluebird’

Megan Thee Stallion and Cardi B: ‘Body/Savage’, ‘Up’ and ‘WAP’

Doja Cat: ‘Say So’

Lil Baby: ‘The Bigger Picture’

Post Malone: ‘Hollywood’s Bleeding’

Maren Morris with John Mayer: ‘The Bones’

Mickey Guyton: ‘Black Like Me’

Billie Eilish: ‘Everything I Wanted’

Brandi Carlile honours John Prine: ‘I Remember Everything

Lionel Richie honours Kenny Rogers: ‘Lady’

Britney Howard and Chris Martin honours Gerard Marsden: ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone’

Silk Sonic: ‘Leave The Door Open’

DaBaby feat. Roddy Richh: ‘Rockstar’

Bad Bunny feat. Jhay Cortez: ‘DAKITI’

Dua Lipa: ‘Levitating/Don’t Start Now’

Haim: ‘The Steps’

Black Pumas: ‘Colors’

Harry Styles: ‘Watermelon Sugar’

Women won every major Grammy at the 2021 history-making Grammys, a joyful night for music’s biggest stars after a devastating year for the industry, with Beyonce, Megan Thee Stallion and Taylor Swift triumphing at the socially distanced event.