Grammy performances: Watch them again! Here!

Whether you missed the ceremony altogether, or are, like me, too poor and/or Luddite-y for Tivo/DVR-type shenanigans, you could spend hours trolling online video-sharing sites. Or! You could click on this PopWatch post and peruse nearly all of the night’s performances, without the pesky interference of commercials, special honors, and, you know, trophies and stuff.

Of course, we’ve already provided EW.com readers with a real-time blog of the event, a full list of televised winners, and answers to your burning questions, as well as photo galleries for both style and performance best and worsts, but there truly is nothing like the real (pixelated) thing. So even though I’ll be offering a roundup of my own personal bests and worsts from the show in the magazine this Friday, here you get to judge almost every one of them unexpurgated for yourselves. Here’s Al and Co. first, and then then 19 more after the jump…

AL GREEN, JT, KEITH URBAN, BOYZ II MEN

U2

COLDPLAY & JAY-Z

CARRIE UNDERWOOD

KID ROCK

MILEY CYRUS & TAYLOR SWIFT

JENNIFER HUDSON

JONAS BROTHERS & STEVIE WONDER

KATY PERRY

KANYE WEST & ESTELLE

M.I.A., JAY-Z, T.I., KANYE WEST, LIL WAYNE

PAUL MCCARTNEY & DAVE GROHL

SUGARLAND & ADELE

RADIOHEAD

T.I. & JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE

JAMIE FOXX, NE-YO, SMOKEY ROBINSON, LIL WAYNE, ROBIN THICKE, ALLEN TOUSSAINT, TERENCE BLANCHARD

NE-YO, ABDUL "DUKE" FAKIR, JAMIE FOXX, SMOKEY ROBINSON

STEVIE WONDER

BUDDY GUY, JOHN MAYER, B.B. KING, KEITH URBAN

NEIL DIAMOND

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  • Anonymous

    Why are none of these available to watch? Why are they put on this site if we can’t watch them?

  • Chicago48

    Thanks much for the replay. Time dot com also has the replays. The best to me: Carrie Underwood (in top form, but a little “loud”); Jennifer; Al Green & Justin; the “4” tops (nostalic)…and actually I liked Taylor Swift for the first time…she has that innocence about her.

  • Liva Bird

    Thank you SO MUCH …. especially for Radiohead!!

  • Hither

    Radiohead + Al Green/JT = Kung Fu Jesus

  • djm

    Katy Perry seems cool in interviews but that performance was a straight up hot mess. From her “vocals” to her “choreography” to her “fashion” – just so not right.

  • Sara

    Boo. The dam grammy’s took the Sugarland clip down. And that IS Zooey Deschanel introducing Alison Kraus and Robert Plant, right? There is such a resemblance between her and Katy Perry…but I’m sure KP would have been goofier.

  • E

    Damm grammys, they took them out!
    Loved Radiohead on Sunday, the only reason I saw the show.

  • Anonymous

    Hey, you can’t even see the vids!

  • Lauren

    Seriously, they pulled the Radiohead clip? Jerks! That was the only one worth watching twice.

  • Chicago48

    The Grammys suck for taking it down.

  • sara

    One more reason it’s clear that the Grammy’s are run by idiots…

  • Crystal

    EW, you should know by now if you (a major publication) link something popular that is not “allowed” on youtube they will take it down right away!

  • KattRike

    JPudge is so overrated. Loved lil wayne, stevie, radiohead, and estelle

  • AK

    Forget anything to do with actual nominations, this is truly what is making the Grammys irrelevant. Someone should let NARAS know that it’s 2009 and so it’s okay to use technology to one’s own advantage. The Grammys insist on stuffing their with performances, but won’t put clips of them on their own website or YouTube. They don’t honestly expect that everyone will be able to see it all the one time it airs on TV, so why don’t they start cultivating the actual positive they get? EW, I think you should talk NARAS and write an article about that.

  • Stephanie T.

    Secretary of Performing Arts??? Hello? Department of Education anyone? Please!
    Anyhoo, Neil Diamond was wicked!

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