Michelle Obama surprised all with her appearance at the Grammys

Crowd loses it as Michelle Obama takes over Grammys

Crowd loses it as Michelle Obama takes over Grammys

However, it was clear enough that people on Twitter noticed.

One of the most iconic and outrageous red carpets of the season, the Grammy Awards never disappoints in the fashion stakes or on stage. But with Lady Gaga, Shawn Mendes, Cardi B, and Travis Scott among the evening's performers, there won't be a shortage of star power.

Alicia Keys finished off the powerful moment by adding: "What is better than this? She corrected herself.but the damage was done", one viewer wrote.

J. Lo finally took off her giant embellished hat (which matched her opulent embellished high-neck Ralph & Russo gown) to the visible relief of the audience members behind her. People often say they're surprised in moments like this, but her level of shock was very obviously the real deal.

"Mongol", as it has been widely known, is a derogatory term for someone with Down's Syndrome.

@Pascaleblaise tweeted, "This Grammy performance of Alicia Keys was incredible".

Diana Ross' 9-year-old grandson Raif, who stole the show when he introduced her performance, was spotted running around hamming it up and getting reeled back in during commercial breaks.

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Dua Lipa's acceptance speech for best new artist was cut off due to length but that didn't stop her from continuing to talk to the audience.

She won four Grammys in 2004, two in 2007 and Best R&B Album in 2013 for "Girl on Fire".

Aside from the flub, Keys' performance at the Grammys has gone off without any problems.

Performing a medley of songs by various artists including Jay-Z, Kings Of Leon and Nat King Cole during the ceremony, Keys lived up to her name as she performed the mash-up while managing to play TWO pianos simultaneously.

Childish Gambino's searing "This is America" became the first hip-hop track to win a song of the year Grammy on Sunday, while Drake made a surprise appearance and Lady Gaga dominated the early awards.

Sided by the night's host, Alicia Keys, and three other women of the hour - GRAMMY victor Lady Gaga, Jada Pinkett Smith and Jennifer Lopez - the incredible girl squad shared what the biggest night in music means to them. "Music helps us share ourselves, our dignity and sorrow, our hopes and joys". The women spoke about how music matters, how it connects and heals, and how it empowers.

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