Downstairs with performances by Justin Bieber, Daniel Caesar and Given

By Jackie Willis, ETOnline.com.

13 minutes ago

Justin Bieber, Daniel Caesar and Given make a strong trio! During the 64th Annual Grammy Awards on Sunday at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, the boys performed a show-stopping performance of their much-anticipated hit song, “Peaches.”

Bieber began performing on the piano, singing an emotional and raw rendition of the song, joining Givon, Caesar and a band to get even more excited on the track.

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Justin Bieber - Photo: Emma McIntyre / Getty Images for Recording Academy
Justin Bieber – Photo: Emma McIntyre / Getty Images for Recording Academy
Daniel Caesar and Givon - Photo: Rich Fury / Getty Images for the Recording Academy
Daniel Caesar and Givon – Photo: Rich Fury / Getty Images for the Recording Academy

From Justin’s wife Hailey to Lady Gaga, BTS and more, viewers were digging into the lively performances of the “Peaches” group.

The track was for record of the year, best song of the year, best music video and best R&B performance.

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In addition, Given was nominated for Best R&B Song for his tune, “Heartbreak Anniversary,” while Bieber was nominated for Best Album of the Year and Best Pop Vocal Album. Justice (Triple Chuck Deluxe)Best solo pop performance and best pop duo or group performance for “Lonely” with Benny Blanco.

Prior to the performance, Bieber asked her fans to pray on Instagram.

Photo: Instagram / Justin Bieber
Photo: Instagram / Justin Bieber

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