Stevie Wonder announced the Grammy Award for Song of the Year while teasing everyone for not knowing braille.

Stevie Wonder announced the Grammy Award for Song of the Year while teasing everyone for not knowing braille.
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Following a tribute performance for Maurice White of Earth, Wind & Fire, Stevie Wonder and the a cappella group Pentatonix announced the 2016 Grammy for Song of the Year. Well, Stevie Wonder announced the award solo because he was the only one who could.

After Wonder flashed the card with the award winner and taunted the crowd about not being able to read braille, the cameras cut to the nominees. They do not look that amused.

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Wiz Khalifa refuses to feign amusement.

Wonder then got real and spoke about accessibility before announcing Ed Sheeran's win for "Thinking Out Loud." Though judging from her response, it was really Taylor Swift's win.

When Sheeran walked away to accept his award, Swift just kept on hugging people. That's nice.

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