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U2 Perform 'Get Out Of Your Own Way' on Grammys 2018 - Watch Now!

U2 performs from a barge off the Hudson River during the 2018 Grammy Awards on Sunday (January 28) in New York City.

The band – Bono, The Edge, Adam Clayton, and Larry Mullen Jr. – took the outdoor stage with the Statue of Liberty in the background to perform “Get Out Of Your Own Way” after an introduction by Camila Cabello.

“‘Blessed are the Sh-thole Countries, for they gave us the American Dream’ #Grammys,” the band tweeted after their performance.

Bono and The Edge also made a brief appearance in the beginning of the show during Kendrick Lamar‘s opening performance.

Kendrick Lamar's Grammys 2018 Performance Video with Dave Chappelle - WATCH NOW!

Kendrick Lamar hits the stage for his show-opening performance at the 2018 Grammy Awards held at Madison Square Garden on Sunday (January 28) in New York City.

The 30-year-old rapper was joined on stage by Bono and The Edge, as well as comedian Dave Chappelle who did a spoken word segment during the performance.

Kendrick kicked off the performance with a medley of his songs “XXX.,” “LUST.,” and “DNA.” Some of other songs that he did snippets of include “New Freezer,” “King’s Dead,” and “All the Stars.”

Watch a clip below!

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U2 Notches Eighth No. 1 Album on the Billboard 200 With 'Songs of Experience'!

U2 stay winning!

The legendary rock group just notched the eighth No. 1 album of their career on the Billboard 200 this week with their newest release, Songs of Experience.

PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Bono

The album moved 186,000 equivalent album units – 180,000 of those were through traditional album sales, according to Billboard. It’s also the biggest week for a rock album in 2017! The band last hit No. 1 with 2009′s No Line on the Horizon.

U2 is now the only group to have earned No. 1 albums in the ’80s, ’90s, ’00s and ’10s. Congratulations!

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Saoirse Ronan to Host 'SNL' with U2 as Musical Guest!

Saoirse Ronan is set to host the next new episode of Saturday Night Live!

The 23-year-old two-time Oscar-nominated actress will host the NBC sketch comedy show on December 2 with U2 as the musical guest.

This will be Saoirse‘s first time hosting the show.

Saoirse is currently getting Oscar buzz for her work in the new movie Lady Bird, which is currently playing in limited release. The film will expand nationwide over Thanksgiving weekend and we suggest you go see it. Rotten Tomatoes has given it a rare 100% fresh rating!

Bono Talks Manchester Arena Bombing & Blasts Donald Trump On 'Jimmy Kimmel Live' - Watch Here!

Bono and the guys of U2 stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live, and made sure to share some words about the horrific explosion that occurred after Ariana Grande‘s concert on Monday (May 22) in in Manchester, England.

“They hate music. They hate women. They even hate little girls. They hate everything that we love,” the 57-year-old U2 frontman said of the attackers on Tuesday’s (May 23) episode. “And, you know, the worst of humanity was on view in Manchester last night, but so was the best as people took perfect strangers into their houses and cued up blood banks. Manchester has a undefeatable spirit, I can assure you.”

During their appearance, Jimmy also asked Bono to comment on President Donald Trump.

“Everything’s different now. It really is, the game has changed,” Bono expressed. “I have so much respect for a lot of the people who voted President Trump into office. I really understand, I understand the anger, I have some of that anger myself coming from where we came from. I understand people being disillusioned in the political process. I don’t think he’s the cure for this problem and I think he might even make it worse. I don’t think that there’s any evidence in his life that he has the people who are hardest hit in mind.”

“That really saddens me me because I know he likes to see their faces in the crowd but I don’t think he wants to know who they are when they go home,” Bono concluded. “That saddens me.”

Bono on Manchester Concert Attack

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