8 Women who Slayed the 2018 Grammys

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Patti LuPone(pc:https://www.dailynews.com/2018/01/28/grammys-2018-ben-platt-and-patti-lupone-pay-tribute-to-broadway-at-the-grammys/)


With her powerful voice, LuPone took the stage during the Grammys, performing ‘Don’t Cry For Me, Argentina’ from her role in the musical Evita.


Shakira (pc:https://us.hola.com/en/celebrities/2017112810863/grammys-2018-nominations/)

Shakira made history the night of the awards show as she won Best Latin Pop Album, making her the only female artist to win in the category more than one time.


SZA (http://www.eonline.com/news/909714/sza-brings-mom-and-grandmother-to-2018-grammys-and-talks-overcoming-shyness)

After strutting the red carpet in her white gown, SZA slayed her performance of ‘Broken Clocks.’



P!nk’s clear and strong voice rang in Madison Square Garden during her performance of ‘Wild Hearts Can’t Be Broken.’


Lady Gaga (pc:https://www.iheart.com/content/2018-01-28-lady-gaga-shows-off-reported-and-huge-engagement-ring-at-2018-grammys/)

Gaga’s piano-side and emotion-filled performance of ‘Joanne’ and ‘Million Reasons’ left the crowd speechless.


Alessia Cara (pc:http://www.ibtimes.com/alessia-cara-fights-back-against-outrage-over-her-2018-grammy-win-2646892)

Known for the hits ‘Stay’ and ‘Scars to Your Beautiful,’ among many other chart-topping songs, Cara took home the Grammy for Best New Artist.


Cardi B (pc:http://www.myfacehunter.com/2018/01/cardi-b-dresses-up-in-theatrical-dress.html)

The red-carpet stunner stole the show during her performance of ‘Finesse’ with Bruno Mars, strutting her way to the spotlight.



Kesha’s emotional performance of ‘Praying,’ alongside many other popular female artists, was arguably the most powerful part of the 2018 Grammy Awards show, leaving the crowd in tears and amazed by the song’s story.


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