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Luke Bryan Takes Part In GRAMMYs Tribute To Lionel Richie

Luke Bryan made his GRAMMY debut during tonight's 58th Annual GRAMMY Awards. 

Written by Lauren Jo Black
Luke Bryan Takes Part In GRAMMYs Tribute To Lionel Richie

Luke Bryan made his GRAMMY debut during The 58th Annual GRAMMY Awards tonight.

The Georgia native joined John Legend, Demi Lovato, Meghan Trainor, and Tyrese in honoring GRAMMY MusiCares Person of the Year Lionel Richie with a medley of some of Richie’s biggest hits.

Legend kicked off the performance with “Easy Like Sunday Morning,” and Lovato followed with a stunning rendition of “Hello.”

Sporting an all-black suit, Bryan joined in singing Richie’s 1984 hit, “Penny Lover.”

Rounding out the performance was Meghan Trainor, who sang “You Are The Sun, You Are The Rain,” and Tyrese, who brought the energy with the lively hit “Brick House.”

Richie had his moment in the spotlight when he joined in for a sing-a-long of “All Night Long.”

Re-live the star-studded performance below.

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