your impressions was adele. >> yeah. >> seth: and you've since got to do her on the show. >> yes. >> seth: and adele did a show at radio city music hall that was on nbc and a lot of "snl" cast got to go. how was that being in the audience of radio city that night? >> it was a full-blown weep fest
>> reporter: from adele's epic "all i ask" to demi lovato's "well hello." hello is it me you're looking for >> reporter: from trift's aylor swift's "are we out of the woods yet." to the multi-cultural wonders from this opener from the broadway musical "hamilton." in new york you can be a new man >> reporter: by luck or design tonight's 58th annual grammy
witness greatness at the grammys plus: and say "hello" when world superstar adele returns to the grammy stage. hello from the other side...
>> a preview of what you can expect. >> audiences can say hello to adele. the british superstar returns to the grammy stage to perform a song from her record smashing album "25". >> taylor swift will open the show for the second time in three years. swift is up for seven yards including album of the year, record of the year and song of the year. she goes up against denned rick lamar who leads with 11 nominations. country star chris stapleton, r and b artist the weekend and alabama shakes. lady gaga is slated to give one of the night's highly anticipated performances, a tribute to the late >> she has -- david bowie. she's been rehearsing off site at an undisclosed location. >> ll cool jal will host for the fifth consecutive year. he says the show is not to be missed. >> it's going to be an amazing night. i think people will be blown away. >> the grammys are also a forum for new artists, including soul singer andrea day, she'll duet. ellie goulding. >> right now i'm not too nervous, butly day of i will be. >> she's also up for two grammys. >> susan marquez, cbs news, as long as. >
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