Beyonce Duets With Ed Sheeran, Shows Off Amazing Legs During Stevie Wonder Tribute

Beyonce and Ed Sheeran pay tribute to Stevie Wonder
Beyonce and Ed Sheeran pay tribute to Stevie Wonder Kevin Mazur/WireImage

Beyonce showed off her sexy gams during an energetic duet with Ed Sheeran on Tuesday, Feb 10, as the two big names in music united to pay tribute to Stevie Wonder.

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Beyonce wore a skintight, micro-mini LBD as she took to the stage for Stevie Wonder: Songs In the Key of Life — An All-Star Grammy Salute at the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles, to work it alongside a casually attired Sheeran.

The duo belted out classics such as “Master Blaster (Jammin’),” “Fingertips Part 2,” and “Higher Ground.” Queen Bey whipped the crowd into a frenzy as she walked among the audience and got everyone on their feet.

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“If you love Stevie Wonder like I love Stevie Wonder, I want you to stand up on your feet,” the “XO” singer yelled, before taking a walk into the crowd and shaking hands with the musical icon himself.

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Jay Z, Beyonce and Jamie Foxx with Stevie Wonder Michael Kovac/WireImage

Sheeran and Beyonce were then joined onstage by Gary Clark Jr. who performed an awesome guitar solo. “We love you Stevie,” Beyonce gushed at the end of their set, as she pulled Sheeran and Clark into a tight hug.

After Beyonce’s high-octane opener, a string of the biggest names in music took to the stage to pay tribute to Wonder, including Tony Bennett, Tyler Perry, John Legend, Annie Lennox, Lady Gaga, Ariana Grande, Babyface, Pharrell Williamsand Jennifer Hudson.

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“I cannot leave this stage, this building, this planet without letting you all know that I love you,” a grateful Wonder said, addressing the crowd, before being joined onstage by all his famous fans for a finale performance of “Happy Birthday.”

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A host of stars pay tribute to Stevie Wonder Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images

The full show, complete with a performance from Stevie Wonder himself (and some pretty cool air-piano from Pharrell!) will air on Monday, Feb. 16 on CBS.

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