Grammys 2016: 8 Things You Didn't See and Hear on TV

From a long-overdue Eagles award to the Adele glitch that wasn't, here's how the show played out live at the Staples Center

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It was a bittersweet Grammy moment for the Eagles as they performed "Take It Easy," their 1972 debut single, with co-author Jackson Browne sitting in on lead vocal for the late Glenn Frey. They performed it as a tribute to the fallen Eagle, who died last month at age 67, and also had founding guitarist Bernie Leadon back in the band. The song ended, the lights went down, and the show cut to a commercial. What TV viewers didn't see was Ehrlich calling the Eagles back to the stage. "Thirty-nine years ago, you guys won Record of the Year for 'Hotel California.' We're here because a certain manager said, 'They're going to be at Lucy's, and if they win, they'll come,'" Ehrlich recalled. "But you didn't come, so now 39 years later, it's our honor to present you with your Grammy. Hotel California is probably one of the greatest albums ever made."

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