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Video: Imagine Dragons and Kendrick Lamar Team Up to Perform at Grammys

January 27, 2014 (7:32 am) GMT
The band sings their hit single 'Radioactive' before Lamar emerges to deliver an energetic performance of his 'm.A.A.d City'.
Video: Imagine Dragons and Kendrick Lamar Team Up to Perform at Grammys

Rock band joined forces with rapper for one of the most amazing performances at the 2014 Grammys. Their set opened with the rockers, wearing all-white, singing their "Radioactive" on the smoke-filled stage.

Lamar, who wore white hoodies, then joined the band for an energetic performance of his "m.A.A.d City". The audience members were enjoying the performance. was even spotted dancing to the music in the middle of the crowd.

That night, also hit the stage at the event. She showed off her acrobatic side by dancing upside down while singing her hit "Try". She then shared the stage with 's to belt out their collaboration single "Just Give Me a Reason".

Meanwhile, , who won the coveted Album of the Year for their "", performed their "Get Lucky" with some help from , Nile Rodgers and .

Another unforgettable performance was from , who ended up performing with fellow former member of , . The duo reunited to perform McCartney's "Queenie Eye".

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