Julia Roberts, Grammy Awards

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Well, hello there, Julia Roberts!

The 46-year-old star surprised us all when she took the stage at the 56th Annual Grammy Awards to welcome Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr to the stage.

Roberts stunned in a sexy low-cut lacy black mini dress which she paired with high-heeled pumps before she spoke about the legendary Beatles.

"It was 50 years ago today, almost, that four loveable lads from Liverpool changed history forever when they played The Ed Sullivan Show for the first time on February 9, 1064. On February 9, 2014, the Recording Academy will honor John, Paul, George and Ringo with a special two-hour Grammy tribute: The Beatles: The Night that Changed America The Grammys Salute."

Jeremy Renner, Grammy Award's

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She continued, saying that it will air on CBS, the exact same network where the Beatles started their "peaceful revolution" years ago, adding, "that's pretty cool."

Roberts then went on to introduce Sir Paul McCartney, who performed his hit "Queenie Eye" with a "little help from his friend Ringo Starr."

While we've been seeing lots of Julia during awards season, her appearance during music's biggest night came as an unexpected (and wonderful!) surprise during the show. She'll also be attending the Oscars in March, as she's nominated for Best Supporting Actress for her role in August: Osage County.

But Roberts wasn't the only unexpected celeb who arrived at the Los Angeles Staples Center tonight. American Hustle star Jeremy Renner also introduced a performance by Merle Haggard, Blake Shelton, Willie Nelson and Kris Kristofferson.

Looks like a few movie stars stole the Grammys spotlight!

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