Annie Lennox Shows Young Pop Stars At The Grammys How It’s Done

Annie Lennox joined Hozier on stage tonight while he sang his breakout hit “Take Me To Church.” This was Hozier’s year to shine, but during his performance tonight, Lennox shone brighter.

Lennox sang “I Put A Spell On You,” which appears in her 2014 album Nostalgia, though it’s originally by Screamin’ Jay Hawkins. Lennox, 60 years old, has years of musical experience under her belt, and standing next to YOK alum and Grammy rookie Hozier, it became clear that she was showing all the young pop stars, including Madonna, how it’s really done.

In case you missed, check out Annie Lennox’s performance at tonight’s awards show, and peep what some people had to say about it on Twitter.

.@annielennox Just made all of the women at the #GRAMMYs who think they’re singers go back to the drawing board.

— Dallas Green (@cityandcolour) February 9, 2015

Whose performance did you like better: Annie Lennox’s or Madonna’s?

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