Maroon 5 began their performance with “Daylight,” with frontman Adam Levin giving a spirited rendition. But the tune changed when Alicia Keys appeared pounding out her own drum beat to her song, “Girl On Fire.”READ MORE: Meat Loaf, Entertainer Known For 'I'd Do Anything For Love,' Countless Other Hits, Dies At 74
She moved from behind the drums to belt out her tune, as Levin provided additional vocals.
The news of their performance hit in January when each tweeted their excitement.
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“Wait until you see what I do with Maroon 5 on The GRAMMYs,” Keys tweeted with the hashtag, #TheWorldIsListening.
“We’re excited to perform with Alicia Keys on The GRAMMYs,” tweeted Maroon 5.
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