Camila Cabello Opens The Night With Ricky Martin, J Balvin And More
Camila Cabello got the Grammys started with a knockout performance of her hit song "Havana" with Young Thug, before bringing Ricky Martin, J Balvin and Arturo Sandoval out to perform "Mi Gente".
Michelle Obama's Surprise Appearance
The 61st annual Grammy Awards kicked off with one of its biggest surprises of the night, as former First Lady Michelle Obama took the stage with host Alicia Keys, as well as Lady Gaga, Jada Pinkett Smith and Jennifer Lopez.
"Music has always helped me tell my story," Obama said as people in the audience stood and cheered.
Shawn Mendes Makes Grammys Debut With Miley Cyrus
Shawn Mendes performed at the Grammys for the first time ever, with Miley Cyrus joining him to sing his hit "In My Blood".
Janelle Monae Knocks Out The Crowd
Janelle Monae took the stage in a sexy rubber suit to perform her single "Make Me Feel", giving off some very strong Prince vibes that had the audience dancing in their seats.
Post Malone Teams Up With Red Hot Chili Peppers
Post Malone started off performing his hits "Stay" and "rockstar" before joining Red Hot Chili Peppers" to sing their song "Dark Necessities".
The Grammys Pay Tribute To Dolly Parton
Dolly Parton took centre stage at the Grammys for a country star tribute featuring Katy Perry, Kacey Musgraves, Miley Cyrus, Maren Morris and Little Big Town.
Parton led the singers through some of her biggest hits, including "Here You Come Again", "Jolene", "After the Gold Rush", "Red Shoes" and the classic "9 to 5".
Cardi B Flaunts Her Stuff
Cardi B got done up 1920s-style for an incredible performance of her hit "Money", twerking on top of a Piano while backed up have an array of dancers.
Alicia Keys Plays Two Pianos At Once
Host Alicia Keys took some time during the show to get into lounge singer mode, running through a medley of songs she wishes she wrote, including "Killing Me Softly" and Drake's "In My Feelings", before playing her own hit "Empire State of Mind".
And most amazingly, she did it all while playing two–TWO!–grand pianos at the same time.
Drake Wins Best Rap Song
In one of the night's biggest categories, Toronto's favourite son Drake won Best Rap Song for his massive hit "God's Plan".
During his acceptance speech, Drake let all the other artists know that even if you never win an award, "you’ve already won if you have people who are singing your songs word for word."
Diana Ross Celebrates Her Birthday In Style
Diana Ross took the stage after being introduced by her adorable grandson to sing "The Best Years Of My Life" and "Reach Out and Touch (Somebody's Hand)".
The performance marked Ross' 75th birthday, with the singer proclaiming, "Happy Birthday to me!" though her real birthday is actually March 26.
Lady Gaga Goes Solo For "Shallow"
With Bradley Cooper in the UK for the BAFTAs, Lady Gaga took the stage solo to perform the "A Star Is Born" smash hit song "Shallow".
Dressed in a sparkly bodysuit, Gaga gave the song a whole new dimension with an intense performance and even more intense dance moves.
Jennifer Lopez Lead Motown Tribute
The music of Motown was celebrated at the Grammys, with Jennifer Lopez taking the stage to pay tribute to the Detroit hit factory.
JLo performed a medley of Motown songs, from "Dancing in the Street" to "My Girl", with a little help from Ne-Yo and Motown legend Smokey Robinson.
Brandi Carlile Stuns
Brandi Carlile was the most-nominated female artist of the night, taking home and incredible three awards.
The country artist took the stage to sing her hit song "The Joke", stunning the audience with her raw, powerful and emotional performance.
Cardi B Makes History
Cardi B took home the prize for Best Rap Album, make her the first solo woman to win the award in Grammys history.
St. Vincent And Dua Lipa Duet
St. Vincent and Dua Lipa rocked out a killer duet, performing a medley of "MASSEDUCATION", "R-E-S-P-E-C-T" and One Kiss.
Aretha Franklin Remembered
Following the show's In Memoriam montage, Andra Day, Fantasia and Yolanda Adams took the stage to perform "(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman" in touching and powerful tribute to the late, great Aretha Franklin.
Kacey Musgraves Takes Home The Big Prize
The biggest award of the night, Album of the Year, went to the critically acclaimed hit album "Golden Hour" from country star Kacey Musgraves.
The album, which beat out the likes of Drake, Cardi B, Janelle Monae and more, also led Musgraves to victor in the three other categories she was nominated for, including Best Country Album, Country Song and Country Solo Performance.