The 2013 Grammys were chock full of amazing performances. If you were taking a bathroom break or grabbing more popcorn and missed the best of the show's showcase of talent, have no fear -- all your performance videos are here!

Taylor Swift: An 'Alice in Wonderland' theme, a dig at One Direction's Harry Styles (girl, don't let that crazy show -- you are too young to look so bitter!) and crazy choreography combined in her performance of 'We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together.' [Watch Here]

Ed Sheeran and Elton JohnHow much of an honor must it be to have a classic, legendary pop rock singer like Elton John sing one of your songs the first time you grace the stage on Music's Biggest Night? That's what Ed Sheeran's night at the 2013 Grammys was like performing 'The A-Team.' [Watch Here]

Fun.: Foregoing their Song of the Year winning track 'We Are Young,' the overjoyed threepiece performed their newest single 'Carry On' -- in rain! [Watch Here]

Miguel and Wiz Khalifa: The R&B crooner even made Kelly Clarkson melt with 'Adorn' -- she called it "the sexiest thing she's ever seen!" [Watch Here]

Justin Timberlake: The ultimate Renaissance man is back in a big way with his performance medley of 'Suit & Tie' (with special guest Jay-Z) and 'Pusher Love Girl.' He killed it -- and earned that standing O! [Watch Here]

Rihanna: If you were expecting the usual dance-heavy fare that Rihanna delivers, think again. She performed stripped down ballad 'Stay' with Mikky Ekko! [Watch Here]

Maroon 5 and Alicia Keys: Their mashup of 'Daylight' and 'Girl on Fire' blew the roof off. Keys played drums and she and Levine shared "ooh whoa-oh" duties in a seamless medley. [Watch Here]

Kelly Clarkson: Performing a medley of the 'Tennessee Waltz' and 'Natural Woman,' Clarkson proved why she's one of the most successful 'American Idol' alums ever. The woman's got pipes to rival the legends to whom she paid tribute! [Watch Here]

Frank Ocean: Performing with a busted up hand thanks to Chris Brown (who remained seated during Ocean's standing ovation for his Best Urban Contemporary Album win), Ocean demonstrated a quiet but undeniable charisma with 'Forrest Gump.' [Watch Here]