Watch 33 Gay And Straight Couples Get Married On The Grammys Without Hurting Anyone Else's Marriage

Macklemore, Ryan Lewis, Mary Lambert, Madonna, and Queen Latifah help marry a bunch of folks on the Grammys. See the best part of the whole show.

At the Grammys, they had the brilliant idea of showing how the sanctity of marriage works by marrying straight and gay couples from across the spectrum. Queen Latifah had the honor of presiding over the ceremony, right smack dab in the middle of Macklemore's "Same Love." It's kind of amazing.

For some reason CBS won't post the actual song performance, but here's the wedding.

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