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Grammys 2014's 25 Best and Worst Moments

From Daft Punk's funky smash-up to Pink's high-flying routine to a few Beatles grooving in the aisles
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BEST: Beyonce Makes Everyone Bow Down

Beyoncé's entire career the past few months has been one massive mic drop: She plopped her self-titled album on iTunes at midnight and backed away in December and achieved the same effect at the Grammys last night, opening the show with a jaw-dropping version of "Drunk in Love" that required nothing more than a rotating chair, some slick lighting effects and her ever-gyrating hips. The cameo from her hubby Jay Z didn't hurt, but 17-time Grammy winner Bey was firmly driving the surfboart here.

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