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Beyoncé's Grammy Performance Will Be Nothing Like Last Year's

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Unsure if you should sit through this year's Grammy Awards? Here's some help: Beyoncé will be performing alongside Common and John Legend. This year's gig will be quite different than last year's super sexy chair dance, as the undisputed Queen of the World will be singing "Take My Hand Precious Lord" and the Oscar-nominated song "Glory" from Selma. If only all decisions were this easy to make.