Congratulations are in order for Lionel Richie!
The 66-year-old singer received the Person of the Year award at the 2016 Grammys with a star-studded tribute — and we can't get over how amazing it was!
John Legend opened the memorable performance by singing "Sunday Morning," followed by Demi Lovato, who sang "Hello." The performance continued with Luke Bryan's singing "Penny Lover," Meghan Trainor singing "You Are the Sun, You Are The Rain" and Tyrese singing "Brick House."
Penny lover, my loves on fire! @LukeBryanOnline @LionelRichie #GRAMMYs #iHeartCountry pic.twitter.com/CeGH4gDbih— Big955 (@Big955Chicago) February 16, 2016
Penny lover, my loves on fire! @LukeBryanOnline @LionelRichie #GRAMMYs #iHeartCountry pic.twitter.com/CeGH4gDbih
You know you abosutely nailed a tribute when Lionel Richie starts making this face #GRAMMYs pic.twitter.com/ky2DPG6Dv8— Mic (@micnews) February 16, 2016
You know you abosutely nailed a tribute when Lionel Richie starts making this face #GRAMMYs pic.twitter.com/ky2DPG6Dv8
John Legend kicks off the #LionelRichie tribute #GRAMMYs - @DavidParRadio pic.twitter.com/fa27H9UY0F— 91.5 The Beat (@915theBeat) February 16, 2016
John Legend kicks off the #LionelRichie tribute #GRAMMYs - @DavidParRadio pic.twitter.com/fa27H9UY0F
Lionel later joined the A-list crew as they all happily sang his hit song "All Night Long" on stage to the lively crowd.
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Lionel received the coveted award in recognition of his significant creative accomplishments as well as his career-spanning charitable work, which includes his efforts with AIDS and human rights to famine, poverty, human trafficking and women's issues, according to the Grammys website.
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