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Join us for a countdown of the best pictures from the Grammy Awards.
At just 17, the New Zealander is the youngest ever recipient of the coveted Song Of The Year gong, which she was awarded for her hit 'Royals'. Lorde also took home the Best Solo Pop Performance prize.
Julia Roberts was a surprise guest at the show at the Staples Centre, LA. The gorgeous actress took to the stage to introduce Sir Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr, who performed one of Macca's new tunes: "It was 50 years ago today, almost, that four loveable lads from Liverpool changed history forever when they played The Ed Sullivan Show for the first time on February 9, 1964."
Madge's eight-year-old son wasn't just her plus one - he chose her outfit, too! David opted for Ralph Lauren suits.
The French duo were the big success story of the evening. The 'Get Lucky' stars took home five Grammys, including Best Album for 'Random Access Memories'.
Alicia turned 34 on Saturday 25 January - and got the perfect birthday present when she won Best R&B Album for 'Girl On Fire'.
The trio were joining Daft Punk for a spectacular medley of hits, from 'Get Lucky' and 'Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger' to
The 29-year-old set pulses racing as she wore with her performance of 'Dark Horse'.
The two living members of The Beatles, Sir Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr, performed a new song. With John Lennon's son Sean dancing in the audience, the pair ran through a version of McCartney's song 'Queenie Eye'.
The 29-year-old's single 'Roar' was nominated for Song Of The Year and Best Solo Pop Performance, but lost out to Lorde's 'Royals'.
The 34-year-old wowed the crowd with acrobatic performances of her hits 'Try' and 'Just Give Me A Reason'.
Miley, meanwhile, skipped the award ceremony to stay at home and play Guitar Hero! The singer tweeted a photo of herself with the video game, joking: "photo from my performance this evening...."
The group's 'Get Lucky' was the winner of the coveted Record Of The Year prize.
Her Madjesty performed 'Open Your Heart' after Queen Latifa wed 33 gay and straight couples during Macklemore and Ryan Lewis's rendition of 'Same Love'.
The trio all feature on Thicke's single 'Blurred Lines', which sold more copies than any other song in the UK last year.
The wife and husband combo hit all the right notes with their performance of Bey track 'Drunk In Love'.
Bey's raunchy routine with hubby Jay Z opened proceedings at the Staples Centre in Los Angeles.
The track is rumoured to be about Swift's ex-boyfriend Jake Gyllenhaal. The 24-year-old's LP 'Red' was up for Best Album, but lost out to Daft Punk's 'Random Access Memories'.
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