U2 was too cool to perform their set at Madison Square Garden like the rest of the Grammy performers, so the group took a trip to the Hudson River instead. Performing "Get Out Your Own Way" in front of Lady Liberty and Ellis Island, U2 performed an eerie performing standing on a stage comprised of all-seeing eyes, screaming muddled messages through a megaphone.
Following Kesha's emotional "Praying" performance standing against Hollywood's #MeToo movement and Camila Cabello's speech about dreamers, "Get Out Your Own Way," felt misplaced in the only conscious portion of the award show. The band sings, "I can help you, but it's your fight," which is not how any of this works, at all. Watch the performance below.
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