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2013 GRAMMYs Performances: Alicia Keys, Maroon 5, Kelly Clarkson, Carrie Underwood, Frank Ocean

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As last night’s (February 10) 2013 GRAMMYs continued on, the performances kept coming. The second half of music’s biggest night saw performances from artists who are no strangers to the stage and the charts.

Alicia Keys and Maroon 5 teams up for a unique performance. Adam Levine and the guys of M5 started things out with their single “Daylight” and then joined Alicia to sing background on her song “Girl On Fire.” Oddly enough, the blend of the two singles worked nicely and Adam and Alicia sounded great together.

Later, two American Idol winners would take the stage for separate but equally awesome performances. Kelly Clarkson sang the praises of Patti Page and Carole King in a performance that was simply breathtaking. Carrie Underwood stunned as well with a performance of her singles “Blown Away” and “Two Black Cadillacs.”

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Finally, Frank Ocean made his Grammy Awards debut by performing “Forrest Gump.” Admittedly, Frank’s pitch suffered greatly during the performance but we’ll let him slide this one time and blame it on GRAMMY nerves.

Watch the performances below.

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