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This really was a star-studded night!
Pharrell and Ryan Tedder were just two of the MANY award-winning performers who graced CBS on Monday night to celebrate Stevie Wonder.
The duo sang Don't You Worry 'Bout A Thing at Stevie's Grammys Special and it's safe to say they nailed it!
Ch-ch-check out Pharrell and Ryan's tribute (above)!!!
Not that we've ever questioned it, but Beyoncé can really put on a performance!
Queen Bey was tasked with opening the Stevie Wonder: Songs In The Key Of Life - An All-Star Grammy Salute Special on Monday night, and then she continued to sing for a whole nine minutes!
The duo really got the crowd going, and we can tell that they were truly, musically-inspired by Stevie.
Ch-ch-check out Beyoncé and Ed kick off the CBS special (above)!!!
The singer joined Monday night's all-star line-up to honor Stevie Wonder at CBS's Grammys Special, and she pretty much killed it.
GaGa performed Stevie's classic I Wish, and really got to show off her piano skills, as well as her vocal talent.
You just have to watch it and see for yourself!
Ch-ch-check out Lady Gaga honor Stevie (above)!!!
The 2015 Grammys might have happened last weekend, but that doesn't mean the music has to stop!
That's because CBS put on a Stevie Wonder: Songs In The Key Of Life - An All-Star Grammy Salute Special on Monday night, and we're seriously loving all of the performances.
The show might have taped last Tuesday, but we only just now got to see Ariana Grande and Babyface perform Stevie's classic Signed, Sealed, Delivered, and it was pretty much perfection!
Ch-ch-check out the lovely duet (above)!!!
Her Madgesty's isolated vocals from the show have leaked and they prove what we already knew: she's still flawless at 56 years old!
In fact, her vocals are so good on their own that she almost didn't need any music to accompany her!
Ch-ch-check out the AH-mazingness
On Thursday, Mr. West kicked off his Adidas 'Yeezy Supply' collection with a star-studded fashion show in Manhattan's Flatiron District.
JB was one of the many celebs who attended, and he even tried to upstage the competition by sporting a new hairdo and a Michael Jackson-inspired red leather jacket.
However, his efforts fell on deaf ears.