Grammy Awards 2012 Performance Highlights - Video

13 February 2012, 12:05 | Updated: 4 December 2017, 11:10

The stars all took to the stage at the 54th Grammy Awards in Los Angeles to perform some of their biggest hits and you can watch all the performance videos here.

The Grammy Awards 2012 featured some truly show-stopping performances from it's all-star line-up that includes the likes of Adele, Chris brown, Bruno Mars, Coldplay, Rihanna, Nicki Minaj and Katy Perry.

Among the stand out moments of the night were Nicki Minaj performed a heavily religious rendition of new song 'Roman Holiday', Rihanna and Coldplay joining forces to perform their collaborative song 'Princess Of China' and Jennifer Hudson paying tribute to Whitney Houston with an emotional performance of 'I Will Always Love You' following the sad news of her death over the weekend.

Take a look at some of the best performances of the 2012 Grammys and let us know who your favourite was in the comments below...

'Rollin In The Deep'

Adele made her live return at the 54th Grammy Awards, performing an emotional and powerful rendition of 'Rollin In The Deep'. The star began with an a-cappella version of the track before launching into a full band show which brought the audience in the Staples Center to their feet.
Nicki Minaj
'Roman Holiday'

Nicki Minaj gave one of the most talked about performances at the Grammy Awards 2012 after being involved in an on-stage exorcism during her live rendition of new song 'Roman Holiday'. The star opened her show by confessing sins to a priest and sang the opening lines to 'I Feel Pretty' before a pre recorded clip was shown mirroring scenes from the film The Exorcist.
Rihanna and Coldplay
'We Found Love' and 'Princess Of China'

Rihanna took to the stage first in a tight black outfit and tore through an explosive version of her Vodafone Big Top 40 smash hit single 'We Found Love'. She was then joined by Chris Martin for a rendition of 'Princess Of China'. Coldplay stayed on stage after to perform their own hit 'Paradise'.
Maroon 5 and Beach Boys
'Surfer Girl', 'Wouldn't It Be Nice' and 'Good Vibrations'

Maroon 5 paid tribute to the newly reunited Beach Boys by performing their hit 'Surfer Girl'. Adam Levine then introduced Indie act Foster The People who sang 'Wouldn't It Be Nice'. It was then the turn of The Beach Boys who, after 20 years apart, took to the stage for a truly memorable performance of 'Good Vibrations'.
Katy Perry
'Part Of Me'

Katy Perry came on stage dressed in a superhero costume as she gave the opening of 'E.T' before the sound cut out and she then appeared high in the sky for a rendition of her new song 'Part Of Me'.
Bruno Mars
'Runaway Baby'

Bruno Mars took to the stage to perform a rousing rendition of his track 'Runaway Baby' dressed in a gold tuxedo with his backing band, who wore matching suits.
David Guetta and Chris Brown
'I Can Only Imagine'

Chris Brown and David Guetta teamed up for a performance of their collaboration 'I Can Only Imagine'. The two united with fellow rapper Lil Wayne, Deadmau5 and rock band Foo Fighters for a unique tribute performance to the electronic music genre.
Jennifer Hudson
'I Will Always Love You'

Jennifer Hudson paid tribute to Whitney Houston at the awards by singing 'I Will Always Love You', a huge hit by the late star who sadly passed away on 11th February.
Chris Brown
'Turn Up The Music' and 'Beautiful People'

Chris Brown performed his new song 'Turn Up The Music' and 'Beautiful People'. His performance was polished and highly energetic as the 'F.A.M.E.' singer moved around the pyramid-like stage for the crowd-pleasing set.