Stevie Wonder and Pentatonix Draw Standing Ovation at Grammys

Same, audience. Same.

Stevie Wonder and Pentatonix Draw Standing Ovation at Grammys
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As if Stevie Wonder hasn't done enough for the world, he continues to produce amazing performances and advocate for those who need it most.

During Monday night's Grammy Awards, the 65-year-old sang "That's the Way of the World" with a cappella group Pentatonix, paying tribute to Earth, Wind & Fire's Maurice White in the process.

Stevie Wonder and Pentatonix Draw Standing Ovation at Grammys
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Following the touching performance, Wonder announced the recipient of the Grammy for song of the year, teasing the audience with the braille-embossed name card:

"You can’t read it, you can’t read braille, nananana," going on to make a more serious statement on the rights and lives of the disabled:

"We need to make every single thing accessible to every person with a disability."

Stevie Wonder and Pentatonix Draw Standing Ovation at Grammys
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The legend made light of his struggle to open the card, but his point was absolutely sound. Cheers to a man who's done little but offer the world light and love for decades.

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