Now here are a pair of country voices - and faces -- that will captivate.
Did you know? Dierks Bentley and Miranda Lambert have hit the road together for the Locked and Reloaded Tour, with U.S. dates scheduled through March.
Miranda Lambert sparkles. Great dress.
"Over You" tugs major heartstrings. Lambert wrote it with husband (and fellow TV star) Blake Shelton.
No artists in the media room right now. All the reporters are watching the show just like you.
She's rocking the pink microphone. Here comes Dierks!
More uplift at the 55th GRAMMY Awards! This song's message lingers. And matters.
Nice stage atmospherics -- stormy skies and ground fog send the song's message home.
... and yes, they absolutely do sound completely at ease together.
Dierks and Miranda have segued into the second song of this pretty medley. "Home" is Bentley's hit, and another meaningful one. It was inspired by the Tucson shooting that killed six people and critically injured U.S. Representative Gabrielle Giffords in 2011.
Epic. Powerful. Sad. But: wonderful.
Miranda Lambert's sparkles extend to her eyelids and fingertips. Country glam, nicely offset by Dierks' down-home scruff.
Beautiful duet -- gets a standing O from Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban
It's an LL Cool J flashback.
Nice blast from the past, and a sweet tribute to Dick Clark.
Did you know? Wiz Khalifa is a big fan of Miguel. In a 2012 interview, he said "Adorn" is "the best song I ever heard anybody sing in my entire life," adding that Miguel sounds like he "drank gold that morning." Earlier today, "Adorn" won Best R&B Song.
Here are Miguel and Wiz Khalifa to break up the suspense for us before the next big award announcement with a duet of Miguel's romantic hit "Adorn."
Ultra-modern-R&B-urban-crossover meets rap, and it works. Gorgeous. Miguel is another swoon-inducing smoothie.
Miguel is up for five GRAMMYs tonight. These guys are color coordinated.
Wiz is a cool, handsome guy, but his suit will make your eyes hurt.
Carrie Underwood takes the Best Country Solo Performance GRAMMY! She's performing later. Huge night for her.
She was the only female nominee in this category.
Check out that bling! Beautiful necklace. Nice speech.
GRAMMY Fact: Carrie Underwood and Blake Shelton were the only returning nominees in this category. Taylor Swift took home the award for "Mean" in 2012
Another commercial, and more time for you to join us here in the comment area! What's surprised you so far? What are you looking forward to performance-wise?
Song of the Year is a big, big category. It's up next.