Macklemore and Ryan Lewis marry 33 couples during their emotional Grammy performance with some help from Madonna. Thanks for finding Clevver's Trophy Life, with your breaking award show season coverage. Get ready to shed some tears, here's a clip of Macklemore's "Same Love" and Madonna's "Open Your Heart" wedding ceremony. The most heartfelt performance at the 56th Annual Grammys was no doubt Macklemore and Ryan Lewis' performance of "Same Love", featuring Mary Lambert and Trombone Shorty. Macklemore started off the mash up singing "Same Love" in an adorable bolo tie and tux under a cathedral altar. Ryan Lewis, Mary Lambert and Trombone Shorty help him out with the rap ballad track. Mid way through the song is where it gets good you guys! The track pauses when Queen Latifah enters the altar and ordains a mixture of 33 same sex, transgender and heterosexual marriages right there in the audience. Queen Latifah announces to the brides and grooms, "We are gathered here to celebrate love and harmony... please exchange rings...by the power vested in me by the state of California I now pronounce you a married couple!" In the stage turned-church aisles the couples put on the rings and recite their vows. Then in an awe worthy moment, Madonna appears in all white and sings, "Open your hear to me, baby, I'll hold the lock and you'll hold the key..." The rest of the gang along with a gospel choir join her to mash up "Same Love" with "Open Your Heart" as the couples walk down the theater aisles to complete their ceremony. How incredible would it be to be one of those lucky 33 couples? We love it. To top it off the celebrities in the room watching confirmed just how emotional the performance was, with Keith Urban shedding tears, and Katy Perry receiving a bouquet from one of the brides! So how do you top Madonna, Queen Latifah, and a wedding? Try combining rock and rap with Imagine Dragons and Kendrick Lamar on stage. You gotta click here to check out their explosive performance at the Grammys. I'm Misty Kingma, for ClevverMusic, don't you dare forget to subscribe. I'll see you next time.