Daft Punk performed a disco mash-up with Stevie Wonder, Pharrell Williams and Chic's Nile Rodgers at the Grammy Awards last night (26.01.14).
The French hitmakers were not seen for the first half of the performance of their hit 'Get Lucky' but appeared midway through as a screen lowered on a fake analogue recording studio to reveal the duo - Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo and Thomas Bangalter - on their decks wearing white suits and their trademark robot helmets.
The super-group then proceeded to play a mash-up to the backing music of 'Get Lucky' which included Daft Punk's 'Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger' and 'Around the World', Chic's 'Le Freak' and Stevie's hit 'Another Star'.
The performance had the star-studded audience on their feet at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, with guests such as Katy Perry, Sir Paul McCartney and his wife NANCY SHEVELL, Ringo Starr and Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler dancing to the hit.
Daft Punk were the big winners at the ceremony picking up awards for Album of the Year for 'Random Access Memories' and Record of the Year for 'Get Lucky'.
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