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What a perfect way to end the Grammys!
To start things off, Beyoncé, along with the Andrae Crouch choir and Blind Boys of Alabama, delivered a FLAWLESS performance of the gospel hit, Take My Hand, Precious Lord.
The powerful song was a favorite of Martin Luther King Jr. so it was an especially poignant tune for Bey to perform.
[ Related: John And Common Score The Golden Globe Award For Best Original Song From Selma! ]
Next up was dynamic duo John Legend and Common performing Glory from Selma.
The rendition was arguably the most powerful moment of the night — John and Common's vocals were simply incredible.
We're glad the ceremony decided to end on a political AND moving note!
Our hats go off to B, John, and Common!
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