Grammys 2015: John Legend, Common & Beyoncé Close Out Show

Grammys2015 Common and John Legend

This year’s Grammy Awards ended with a special tribute to Selma featuring Beyoncé, John Legend and Common.

The performance began with Beyoncé’s rendition of the classic gospel song “Take My Hand, Precious Lord.” With a full choir at her side, the singer took the stage dressed in an angelic white gown.

While Beyoncé did a great job in her performance, fans of R&B singer Ledisi were a bit upset that Ledisi was not chosen to perform the song because she played gospel great Mahalia Jackson in Selma, and sang that song in the film.

Though Ledisi admitted that she “had no clue” why Beyoncé was performing over her, she was gracious about the situation.

“What I will say and what I’m excited about is that I had the pleasure of playing an iconic figure in Selma, and the song, ‘Take My Hand, Precious Lord,’ it’s been going on forever – starting with the queen Mahalia [Jackson], the queen of soul Aretha Franklin,” Ledisi told ET’s Kevin Frazier on the carpet.

After Beyoncé’s performance, the night ended with an emotional performance of “Glory” by Common and John Legend. Both dressed in suits, Common rapped on stage while Legend belted out the chorus and played the piano.

Common will also perform “Glory” at the Academy Awards on February 22, where they are nominated for Best Original Song.

Watch the performances below!

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