And now, we leave you with a little stop-motion history lesson to close out the night.
Shot using thousands of still frames, these Japanese students take this whole "Stop Motion" thing to another level.
Kina Grannis's new music video features stop motion animation work with over two hundred and fifty thousand jelly beans, taking a team of 30 people over 22 months to make.
You know, no big deal or anything.
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