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Grammy performances 2015 ranged from brilliant to boring to just plain bad. At the Grammys this year, Annie Lennox, Beyonce, Sam Smith, Sia, Katy Perry and Ed Sheeran are being talked about the most for killing it with great live performances. Kanye West, Usher, Madonna and Lady Gaga, however, divided viewers with their controversial Grammy acts -- people either loved them or hated them. But what do you think? What was your favorite Grammy performance? Ariana Grande? AC/DC? Gwen Stefani? Miranda Lambert? Beck? Who was the worst Grammy performer of the night? Go ahead, vote on the Grammy performances you liked the best, or feel free to re-rank this list. Once can argue that the live performances at the 2014 Grammys were much stronger than those at the 2015 Grammys, but nonetheless, it's good fun to rank the best Grammy songs every year!Ranker may collect a commission from links on this page.
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Annie Lennox and Hozier Blue-eyed soul, New Wave, Pop music
"Take me to Church" is the kind of over-the-top song that is a perfect match for Annie Lennox's powerful voice and dramatic, almost mime-like performance style. Her version worked better than Hozier's original.
Madonna Pop music, Rock music, Electronic music
Brilliant! It's so cool that Sia can laugh at herself, by casting hilarious former SNL comedian Kristen Wiig to gyrate alongside Maddie Ziegler, the "Dance Moms" kid and star of her "Chandelier" video.
AC/DC Blues-rock, Boogie rock, Rock music
Lady Gaga Pop music, Rock music, Electronic music
Beck Hansen Alternative hip hop, Anti-folk, Country rap
Pharrell Williams Hip hop music, Pop music, Rock music
Pharrell sang "Happy" at yet another awards show, this time sporting a cute bell-boy suit and performing with some seriously impressive dancers. And that made me happy!
Miranda Lambert Western music, Country rock, Acoustic music
Brandy Clark Country
Jessie J Hip hop music, Pop music, Dance-pop
Electric Light Orchestra Synthpop, Pop music, Rock music
Eric Church Outlaw country, Country rock, Country
Beyoncé Knowles Urban contemporary, Hip hop music, Pop music
John Legend Hip hop music, Pop music, Neo soul
Juanes Thrash metal, Pop music, Rock music
Rihanna, Kanye, Paul McCartney Urban contemporary, Hip hop music, Synthpop
Usher Hip hop music, Pop music, Dance-pop
Ariana Grande Pop music, Contemporary R&B, Pop rock
Gwen Stefani Hip Pop R&B, Synthpop, New Wave
Ed Sheeran Hip hop music, Indie, Pop music
Katy Perry Christian music, Synthpop, Rock music
Katy Perry did a world of good with this moving performance of “By the Grace of God," shining light on the heartbreaking plight of survivors of domestic violence.
Mary J. Blige Hip hop music, Contemporary R&B, Rhythm and blues
Mary J. Blidge can do no wrong in my book. Great soulful collaboration with Grammy 2015's big winner, Sam Smith.
Kanye West Hip hop music, Alternative hip hop, Pop music