Stevie Wonder reading the envelope in braille was Grammys 2016’s most charming moment (VIDEO).

Stevie Wonder Reading the Envelope in Braille Might Be the Most Charming Grammys Moment

Stevie Wonder Reading the Envelope in Braille Might Be the Most Charming Grammys Moment

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Feb. 15 2016 9:46 PM

Stevie Wonder Reading the Envelope in Braille Might Be the Most Charming Moment of the 2016 Grammys    

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Still taken from the video.

This year’s Grammys have already offered some noteworthy moments—from Taylor Swift’s very literal performance of “Out of the Woods,” to some unlikely bedfellows (John Legend, Demi Lovato, Meghan Trainor, Tyrese) singing a Lionel Richie tribute.

But Stevie Wonder’s presentation of the Song of the Year nomination was the most charming moments of the Grammys so far, as he playfully taunted his fellow presenters (Pentatonix) for not being able to read braille. He then made the sincere addendum that everything should be accessible to all people with disabilities. Well played—and well said.