It was a historic night for the Beyhive anda big grammyfor those who frequent "Harry's House".
Harry Styles won Album of the Year, the top award at Sunday's 65th Annual Grammy Awards, although he didBeyoncéthat made history, received and was awarded with four prizesthe most Grammy-winning artist of all time. The biggest night in music also brought a lot to the fans.good surprises, including Bonnie Raitt, who took home Song of the Year, Lizzo, who won Album of the Year, and jazz singer Samara Joy, who won Best New Artist.
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Best Grammy moments:From Harry Styles superfan to dazzled Lizzo
Harry Styles' Harry's House wins Album of the Year
Styles accepts the biggest award of the night and hugs the superfan who announced his victory. “I've been very inspired by all the artists in this category,” says the British singer. "On nights like this, there's no 'best' in music. That's really, really nice. I'm really grateful. It doesn't happen often with people like me."
Samara Joy beats Måneskin in the category of Best New Artist
Former Best New Artist winner Olivia Rodrigo leaves to introduce a new act to the prestigious club. And here's another surprise: it's jazz singer Samara Joy. "I've been watching them on TV for so long," says Joy through tears and thanks to her fellow performers in the audience. "You all inspire me to be who you are." (She also won the Grammy for Best Jazz Vocal Album earlier in the day for "Linger Awhile.")
Steve Lacy has a 'bad habit' of interrupting big award shows
You can't have all those big Grammys without a little Sonic Palette Cleanser. Lacy performs her catchy hit "Bad Habit" with master bassist Thundercat before the night ends with awards for Best New Artist and Album of the Year.
Lizzo's "About Damn Time" Is Named Album Of The Year
Lizzo takes one of the main Grammy awards. "Let me just say, Adele and I are having an amazing night rooting for our friends," she says, dedicating the award to Prince. She felt misunderstood for making positive music, but "wanted to make the world a better place". She also yells at Beyoncé: "In fifth grade, I skipped class to see you perform. You changed my life."
Bonnie Raitt wins Song of the Year for "Just Like That".
Well, here's a surprise at the Grammys: Raitt defeats Taylor Swift, Lizzo, Harry Styles and Beyoncé in one of the biggest awards shows of the night. "I'm so shocked I don't know what to say. It's an unreal moment," says Raitt. "I don't write many songs, but I'm proud that you enjoy this one."
Luke Combs interpreta "Going, Going, Gone"
How do you keep up with a scene full of rap powerhouses? Not an easy task. But country star Combs relies on emotion, trotting into a string section for a hearty rendition of his hit.
Adele Wins Pop Solo Performance Honors for 'Easy On Me'
Adele's new best friend Dwayne Johnson is on his way to present the Grammy for Best Pop Solo Performance. It must be a lucky charm as he gets the win against the likes of Bad Bunny, Lizzo, Doja Cat and Harry Styles. "I really wanted to come tonight," he says, dedicating the victory to his son Angelo.
dr. Dre Receives His Own Award, LL Cool J Leads All-Star Hip-Hop Tributes
The rap legend says he is "extremely excited" to be the first recipient of the Dr. Ser Dre Global Impact. That honor goes to LL Cool J, who performs to celebrate hip-hop's 50th anniversary. With The Roots, the medley takes a powerful journey through rap history with songs like "Flash to the Beat" by Grandmaster Flash, "King of Rock" by Run-DMC, "My Mic Sounds Nice" by Salt. My Mic Sounds Nice" by Queen Latifah. "UN.I.T.Y.", "Put Your Hands Where My Eyes Can See" by Busta Rhymes, "Lose Control" by Missy Elliott, "Hot In Herre" by Nelly and "A Milli" by Lil Wayne.
Beyonce Takes Home Best Dance/Electronic Album, Becomes All-Time Grammy Award Winner
"I'm trying not to get too excited," says a surprised Beyoncé as she accepts "Rebirth," her fourth win of the night, setting a new winning record. (His total is now 32, one more than the late Hungarian director Georg Solti.) "I want to thank God for protecting me," and he also thanked his mother and father, "for loving and guiding me" and "the strange community for your love and for inventing this genre". Mary J. Blige continued the historic moment with a performance of "Good Morning Gorgeous".
Break the Staples for Kim Petras and Sam Smith's 'Unholy'
Known for being a fan of "troublemakers" and "troublemakers" in general, Madonna shares Sam Smith and Kim Petras' version of her Grammy-winning hit "Unholy." Smith looks absolutely devilish in red leather, high-heeled boots and singing horns amidst a group of screaming demonic people in robes, while Petras appears in a cage surrounded by women wielding whips.
Late musicians Loretta Lynn, Christine McVie and Takeoff deserve Grammy honors
Kacey Musgraves performs an acoustic version of "Coal Miner's Daughter" to honor Lynnin's "In Memoriam" part of the night. Jeff Beck's distinctive guitar tones enliven a montage of greats who have passed away in the past year, and this is followed by Quavo's partnership with Maverick City Music on Without You, a tribute to Takeoff, a member of his group Migos. As if that wasn't exciting enough, Sheryl Crow, Bonnie Raitt and Mick Fleetwood close with a soulful rendition of "Songbird" for Christine McVie.
Kendrick Lamar "Sr. Moral"
Cardi B presents Lamar for "Mr. Moral & The Big Steppers" won best rap album. He says it was one of the "hardest" albums he's ever made and thanks his family for "the courage and vulnerability of sharing my truth and these stories [and] the fans who trusted me with these words".
Harry Styles Embraces Old Razzle-Dazzle With His 'As It Was' Performance
Shortly after winning a Grammy, an ultra-impressive Harry Styles, who looks like he's decked himself in tons of Christmas decorations, dances and sings "As It Was" with his band and a bunch of random people performing on a revolving stage.
Bad Bunny wins a Grammy for Best Urban Music Album
"I just made this album with love and passion, and when you do everything with love and passion, it's easier," says Bad Bunny, accepting his tribute for "Un Verano Sin Ti" and dedicating the Grammy-winning song to Puerto Rico . .
It's time for Lizzo to rule the Grammy stage
"We're about to have a church here!" Feeling the mood, Lizzo takes the stage to sing a bit of her hit "About Damn Time" before releasing her powerful anthem "Special" with a gold-plated gospel choir dancing around her.
Sam Smith and Kim Petras walk away with an 'unholy' win
Best Pop Duo/Group Performance goes to "Unholy" by Sam Smith and Kim Petras. He screams influences ("I don't know if I'd be here without Madonna") and so does Smith: "Sam, you are a true angel in my life."
Willie Nelson wins a Country Grammy, Stevie Wonder leads a Motown medley
Redhead Shania Twain presents the Grammy for best country album. Willie Nelson wins for "A Beautiful Time" but is not on the show. Another icon is in the house: Stevie Wonder, who directs a Motown tribute to Smokey Robinson. Wonder joins WanMor on "The Way You Do the Things You Do," duets with Robinson on "Tears of a Clown," which elicits a huge crowd reaction, and closes the set with "Higher Ground" featuring Chris Stapleton.
Beyoncé wins Best R&B Song, tying the record for most Grammys of all time
Newly crowned EGOT winner Viola Davis receives a standing ovation. She's here to quote Aretha Franklin and award the Best R&B Song Grammy, going to Beyonce for "Cuff It." The win now makes her the biggest Grammy winner of all time, though she's still on her way to the show.
Harry Styles Takes Home the Greatest Pop Songs Album of All Time
The main show's first prize goes to Harry Styles, who wins for "Harry's House". “This album was the best experience of my life from beginning to end”, says the singer.
Brandi Carlile arrives to launch Broken Horses
After winning a few Grammy Awards, Carlile takes the stage for an impressive rendition of Broken Horses. When it comes to rock, for tonight at least, Carlile trumps The Rock with killer guitar riffs and growling vocals.
The Rock, meet Adele. Adele, meet The Rock.
Noah walks through the crowd pointing out little things: LL Cool J loves breakfast cereal, Cardi B loves presidents, and Adele loves tea. Noah also forges a bond of friendship between Adele and her superfan Dwayne Johnson. (Looksveryexcited about the meeting.)
Bad Bunny kicks off Latin-style Grammy show
Host Trevor Noah opens the main show at the Grammys and introduces the opening performance of Bad Bunny. The Puerto Rican singer (aka Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio), who aspires to be the first artist to win Album of the Year for a Spanish-language album, pushes his way through the audience to take the stage with dancers and his band to perform the hits "El Blackout" and "Después de la Playa". Jack Harlow is one of many music lovers dancing in the audience. "This album is so hot it makes Trump want to learn Spanish," jokes Noah.
Måneskin is the clear favorite for Best New Artist
The new artist is one of thethe most famous Grammy categories in history, with winners over the years including The Beatles, Mariah Carey, Billie Eilish, Carly Simon, Adele and John Legend. This year's versatile competitors include Italian rockers Måneskinexpected to emerge victorious. Winners of the Eurovision Song Contest 2021, the band played Coachella and several Lollapaloozas before embarking on a sold-out tour of top clubs and theaters late last year.
Taylor Swift and Lin-Manuel Miranda wins end pre-show ceremony
Madison Cunningham, who performed at the pre-show ceremony, wins Best Popular Album for "Revealer" and admits, "I'm shocked." Dave Chappelle's "The Closer" takes home a Grammy for Best Comedy Album, and a 2022 Broadway recording of Into the Woods wins Best Musical Theater Album.
In addition to the previous two wins for "Encanto," Lin-Manuel Miranda's "We Don't Talk About Bruno" takes home the award for Best Song Written for Visual Media, while Taylor Swift's "All Too Well: The Short Film" takes the Best Music Video and gets the best documentation. Jazz Fest: A New Orleans Story” wins Best Film Music. And Jack Antonoff is named Producer of the Year for his work with Swift, Florence + The Machine, Diana Ross, The 1975 and the Minions: The Rise of Gru soundtrack.
Bonnie Raitt wins Grammy Awards, Brandi Carlile wins Americana
Aaron Neville takes home a Grammy for Best American Roots Performance for "Stompin' Ground" with the Dirty Dozen Brass Band, Carlile's "In These Silent Days" wins Best Americana Album, while Raitt takes home two awards: Best Performance Americana for "Made Up My Mind" and Best Roots Song for "Just Like That".
Country categories honor Willie Nelson, Carly Pearce and Ashley McBryde
Nelson's "Live Forever" takes home Best Country Solo Performance and Carly Pearce and Ashley McBryde's "Never Wanted to Be That Girl" wins Duo/Group Performance. "It surpassed many of my wildest dreams," says Pearce as he accepts his first Grammy. And Best Country Song goes to "Till You Can't" by Matt Rogers and Ben Stennis.
New Contestant Artist Wet Leg Wins Two Alternate Awards
The British rock band, who took home the Best New Artist award at the end of the night, won two Grammy Awards: Best Alternative Performance for 'Chaise Lounge' and Alternative Music Album for the group's self-titled debut.
Kendrick Lamar, Brandi Carlile and Ozzy Osbourne take home two awards each
Lamar's "The Heart Part 5" wins Best Rap Song and Best Rap Performance, while Carlile's "Broken Horses" takes home Best Rock Performance and Best Rock Song. Osbourne wins best metal performance for "Degradation Rules" with Tony Iommi and rock album for "Patient Number 9."
Viola Davis Officially Becomes EGOT Winner, Beyoncé Wins Her Second Grammy
The actress makes history by receiving her first Grammy Awards for Best Audiobook, Best Narrative and Best Narrative Recording for "Finding Me." "I wrote this book to honor 6-year-old Viola, to honor her life, her joy, her trauma. It's been quite the journey," says Davis, adding to her Oscars, Emmys and Tonys. And after that, Beyoncé takes Best Traditional R&B Performance for "Plastic Off the Sofa."
Orchestral version of "Songbird" by Christine McVie, Michael Bublé wins Grammy
Vince Mendoza pays tributedifunta Christine McVieif you win for best arrangement, instrumental and voice. "I owe her a debt of gratitude for so many of her beautiful stories and moments," says Mendoza, adding that she was 16 when Fleetwood Mac's seminal 1977 album Rumours was released. my whole life." Also, Michael Bublé's "Higher" wins best traditional pop album.
Beyoncé takes the show's first win for Best Dance/Electronic Recording
Broadway 'MJ the Musical' star Myles Frost arrives to present the next batch of honors. Best Dance/Electronic Recording goes to Beyoncé - the first on what could be a historic day - for "Break My Soul", Lizzo's "About Damn Time" takes Grammys for Best Remix Recording (Non-Classical) and 'Harry's House' . " takes home Best Constructed Album. Also, "Divine Tides" by former Police member Stewart Copeland takes home Best Immersive Audio Album.
Disney's "Charm" Starts Day With Two Grammy Awards
The day's first two Grammy Awards — Best Compiled Soundtrack Album for Visual Media and Best Soundtrack Album — go to Disney's animated musical Enchantment, which featured songs by Lin-Manuel Miranda. "Assassin's Creed: Valhalla" takes the win for highest-rated video game soundtrack.
This year's Grammy Awards have an impressive guest list
Helist of artistsO show principal do Grammy apresenta Harry Styles, Bad Bunny, Mary J. Blige, Brandi Carlile, Luke Combs, Lizzo e a dupla "Unholy" Sam Smith e Kim Petras.
As for the presenters, First Lady Jill Biden will be one of the protagonists distributing hardware, along with Cardi B, James Corden, Billy Crystal, Viola Davis (who may become EGOT during the debut ceremony), Olivia Rodrigo, Shania Twain and Dwayne . Johnson.
Who's ready for the Grammy Awards red carpet?
The Grammys are usually a place where musiciansparading about your most interesting things. (Lady Gaga's egg entrance, anyone?) You can check out all of this year's looks during the Recording Academy's live stream, "Live from the Red Carpet," scheduled to begin at 6 EST/3 PST live. .grammy.com. The "Live from the Red Carpet" special on E! is scheduled to kick off at the same time, co-hosted by Laverne Cox and Bobby Bones, and preceded by a "Live From E!: Countdown to the Grammys" pre-show at 4 EST / 1 PST ahead.
How to Watch the 65th Annual Grammy Awards
If you like seeing musicians accept trophies, the opening ceremony is for you, as it hands out the vast majority (81 out of 91 Grammy Awards) of honors. The kickoff event, which will be streamed on the Recording Academy's YouTube channel and live.grammy.com, will be hosted by Randy Rainbow and will feature performances by Blind Boys of Alabama, Samara Joy and others.
Once you get over that, or just want to watch the big Grammys, the most powerful show on the mainline will go live on CBS and stay on the air.excellent +.
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