Demi may have failed to take home any of her nominations tonight, but she still delivered a solid performance of the Bee Gee's greatest hits.
Paying tribute to one of the most successful acts of the 20th Century, Demi Lovato, Andra Day, Little Big Town and Tori Kelly took to the Grammys stage tonight for a flaw free tribute to the Bee Gees.
Demi kicked things off with a lively version of "Stayin' Alive", looking flawless in a Cher wig and sparkly ensemble. She employed her usual tactic of oversinging and hoping for the best, but the performance was full of life. Tori Kelly took up the electric guitar to take on their iconic hit "Tragedy", followed by Little Big Town taking on "How Deep Is Your Love?" Andra Day closed things out with wonderful soulful version of "Night Fever", before everyone came back on stage for a reprise of "Stayin' Alive".
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The tribute worked well as a whole, but wasn't the evening's most interesting moment.
The performance wasn't enough to land Demi any of the noms she picked up for 'Confident', but she's said to be in the studio working on the record's follow up, so there's always next year? Tori Kelly was notoriously snubbed for Best New Artist last year, with the accolade instead going to Meghan Trainor. Yes. We're still bitter.