Rihanna, Sting & Bruno Mars: Grammy Threesome!
They’re each well-known for their live performing chops, and Rihanna, Sting, and Bruno Mars joined forces for a Bob Marley tribute at the 55th Annual Grammy Awards tonight (February 10).
Joined also by Ziggy and Damian Marley, the “We Found Love” songstress worked her mojo alongside the legendary Englishman and high-energy “Young Girls” crooner for a special rendition of “Could You Be Loved.”
Bruno kicked off the set with a reggae-infused version of his track “Locked Out of Heaven,” with Sting, followed by “Walking on the Moon.”
Earlier in the evening, Ri-Ri took the Staples Center stage for a solo performance of her brand new single “Stay,” along with a low-key musical ensemble.
Additionally, Rihanna is up for Best Pop Solo Performance, Best Rap/Sung Collaboration, and Best Short Form Music Video.
Meanwhile, Bruno also has a chance to score a trophy as he’s been nominated for his work on Snoop Dogg & Wiz Khalifa’s “Young, Wild, and Free.”