Twenty One Pilots Strip Down to Their Underwear and Deliver Moving Speech During 2017 GRAMMY Awards

It quickly became a night to remember.

This is definitely one way to get attention.

After winning Best Pop Duo/Group Performance during the GRAMMY Awards on Sunday, Tyler Joseph and Josh Dun of Twenty One Pilots shocked audience members by removing their pants as they made their way to the stage.

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"This story starts in Columbus, Ohio," Joseph began his speech, while receiving a thunderous applause from the audience. "This was a few years ago, and it was before Josh and I were able to make any money playing music. And I called him up one night to watch the GRAMMYs [with some of my friends]. As we were watching, we noticed that every single one of us was in our underwear."

"Josh turned to me, and we were no one at the time, and he said, 'If we ever win a GRAMMY, we should receive it just like this. So, not only is this amazing but I want everyone watching at home to know that you could be next."

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"Anyone from anywhere can do anything," he concluded.

Joseph wasn't the only winner to deliver a moving speech on Sunday. During the GRAMMYs pre-telecast award ceremony, Rory Feek paid tribute to his late wife, Joey Feek. Watch his emotional speech in the video below.