It's a fact: When Beyonce and Ed Sheeran join forces together on stage, you know they are going to produce something otherworldly. So of course it comes as no surprise that the two absolutely killed their nine-minute (!) tribute to Stevie Wonder.

While we already teased the epic #BeyEdce performance, we'll be the first to admit that no preview clip can even come close to the real thing, which fortunately aired last night (Feb. 16) for the whole world to enjoy. Check out the nine minutes of straight-up magic in the video above!

BeyonSLAY came out with what is arguably one of the fiercest performances of her life, introducing the covers with Stevie Wonder's "Fingertips," a song that included a series of hair-raising riffs so crazy magical that it seriously gave us the chills. And when Ed Sheeran joined her on stage, the two launched into the reggae-infused "Master Blaster (Jammin')" and we pretty much couldn't breathe from the sheer power of their performance, with both artists kicking their vocals into high gear and Ed Sheeran just casually shreddin' away on that guitar.

Gary Clark Jr. was next up on stage, joining the power duo for "Higher Ground," injecting the performance with electric guitar licks so epic that the audience simply couldn't get enough, getting on their feet and rocking out like there was no freaking tomorrow. And we can certainly see why: They absolutely destroyed the performance -- and we're still recovering.

Bey Hive and Sheerios, watch Beyonce and Ed Sheeran slay their Stevie Wonder tribute in the video above.

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