Carrie Underwood, who won two Grammy Awards for 'Blown Away,' provided one of the best performances of the night. She began with an acoustic version of 'Blown Away' before transitioning into her latest hit 'Two Black Cadillacs.' To make the performance even more memorable, a laser lights show played on Carrie's dress while she sang. So cool!  Watch her performance below.

Taylor Swift opened the show with her hit 'We Are Never, Ever, Getting Back Together,' in an 'Alice in Wonderland' theme.  She even tossed in a shot at her latest ex Harry Styles of One Direction, using a British accent during the spoken part of the song.

Miranda Lambert & Dierks Bentley took the Grammy stage together. They sang Miranda's hit 'Over You' and Dierks' 'Home' as collaborations. Both seemed to struggle with the music and looked out of place on stage, which is a surprise for either, seasoned performer.

Kelly Clarkson, who's being seen more in the country music community, paid homage to Patti Page & Carole King.  Ironically, the performance came minutes after she won best POP Vocal album.

The Zac Brown Band led a group of artists, including Elton John, in a moving tribute to fallen drummer/singer Levon Helm.  The sang The Band's classic 'The Weight.' Helm passed away last April from throat cancer.

Carrie Underwood 'Blown Away' & 'Two Black Cadillacs'

Taylor Swift 'We Are Never Getting Back Together'

Miranda Lambert & Dierks Bentley 'Home' & 'Over You'

Kelly Clarkson Patti Page/Carole King Tribute

Zac Brown Band 'The Weight'