One week after beating L.A., two Patriots made an appearance in enemy territory.
Devin McCourty and Julian Edelman flew out to Los Angeles for a night among the stars, as they presented an award at the 61st Grammys.
The Super Bowl champs were welcomed onstage to a mixed reaction. After beating both the Los Angeles Rams and Chargers en route to another Lombardi trophy, Devin joked he appreciated the jeers.
"Well, we made it man. L.A., thank you for the cheers," Devin said. "Also thank you for the boos. I appreciate you supporting your community."
"We're here tonight with music's most valuable players to present a very super award: Best Pop Duo or Group Performance," Julian said.
Devin and Julian introduced the nominees: "Say Something" by Chris Stapleton and Justin Timberlake; "The Middle" by Zedd, Maren Morris and Grey; "Don't Go Breaking My Heart" by Backstreet Boys; "Fall in Line" by Demi Lovato, Christina Aguilera; "Shallow" by Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper; "Girls Like You" by Cardi B and Maroon 5; "'S Wonderful" by Tony Bennett and Diana Krall.
Ultimately, the award went to Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper for "Shallow," the song written for "A Star is Born." Though Bradley wasn't there, Devin and Julian embraced a stunned Lady Gaga, and Julian handed over her newest Grammy before she gave a passionate acceptance speech.
Devin and Julian weren't the only Patriots there, either. Jason McCourty came along for the ride and had control over the McCourty twins' Instagram stories with his hilarious take on the behind the scenes action.
You can watch Lady Gaga accept the award from Devin and Julian in the video below.