Michelle Obama made a surprise appearance on the Grammys stage Sunday to deliver a message about music and women's empowerment alongside superstars Lady Gaga, Jennifer Lopez, host Alicia Keys and actress Jada Pinkett-Smith. "If you see someone that's hurting don't look away".
"Tonight we celebrate the greatness in each other", Keys said onstage.
The singer won an award for best pop solo performance for "Joanne" as well as best song written for visual media for "Shallow" from her Oscar-nominated film "A Star is Born".More news: Google Maps' AR navigation feature arriving soon for some users
Obama is now touring to promote her memoir Becoming, which was released in the United States and in 28 languages around the world.
The 2019 Grammy Awards were hosted by the "Girl on Fire" singer, which meant there were plenty of loved up moments between her and her hubby. "There's nothing better than this", Alicia said. When Alicia Keys lost "Song of the Year" to John Mayer in 2004, even he knew there'd been some kind of mistake. "She corrected herself.but the damage was done", one viewer wrote.
She shared a personal story about how John Mayer once split a Grammy with her after losing best song to him 2005. "Whether we like country or rap or rock, music helps us share ourselves".More news: Townsend backs Scotland to bounce back against France
Several in the audience were visibly moved and wowed by Brandi Carlile, who received a standing ovation before she completed her set. It didn't hurt that she'd already had three Grammys in hand at the time, either.
"Mongol? She just said it". Malone and Cardi B were some of the stars joined by a large group of friends and crew.
Viewers can expect performances from Miley Cyrus, Yolanda Adams, Camila Cabello, Travis Scott, Cardi B, J Balvin, Camila Cabello, Cardi B, Dua Lipa, Diana Ross, Lady Gaga, Shawn Mendes, H.E.R. and more. "She wanted to show unity, and she wanted to give good energy and great vibes to the night, and it was a great way to do it".More news: Byron wins Daytona 500 pole, puts Hendrick up front again