It's the biggest night of the year for music and music fans alike. The 63rd annual Grammy Awards kick off at 8pm ET 5pm PT, and despite the COVID-19 pandemic, the biggest stars in music will be celebrated for their work. Not to mention the performances! Join us below for live updates of the biggest moments, all the winners, and more.
Record Of The Year Goes To...
Billie Eilish takes home the final award of the night in Record of the Year!
BTS Lights It Up
Dynamite was on our playlist all year, and we are dancing along with BTS right now!
Taylor Wins Album Of The Year
folklore was one of the best things to come out of 2020, and Taylor Swift and company take home the award for Album of the Year.
Doja Cat Takes The Stage
Doja Cat performs her hit single "Say So."
Beyoncé just became the most winning artist in Grammy history! She now has 28 Grammys.
Lil Baby's Powerful Message
Lil Baby brought social justice to the forefront of his performance, with powerful visuals promoting equality.
Dua Lipa Wins Big
Dua Lipa wins Best Pop Vocal Album for Future Nostalgia.
Post Malone continues to show why he's one of the biggest artist in music with his song "Hollywood's Bleeding".
Megan Thee Stallion and Beyonce!
Megan Thee Stallion and Beyonce win the Grammy for Rap Song of the Year!
Cardi B's Turn
Cardi B hits the stage with crazy visuals!
She's A Savage!
With a Grammy to her name, Megan Thee Stallion performs her hit single "Savage".
H.E.R. Wins Song Of The Year
H.E.R. takes home the Grammy for Song of the Year with "I Can't Breathe".
Performing her song "Bones" and accompanied by John Mayer, Maren Morris caps off a round of great country music.
A Wildcard Up Her Sleeve
Fresh off her Grammy win from earlier in the night, Miranda Lambert took the stage, surrounded by beautiful flowers.
Mickey Guyton Delivers A Powerful Performance
Mickey Guyton delivered a beautiful live performance of her song "Black Like Me".
Lionel Richie Performs For His Friend
Lionel Richie and Kenny Rogers were close friends, and Richie tributes the late star with a beautiful performance.
Bruno Mars And Anderson .paak Return To The Stage
Honoring Little Richard, Bruno Mars and Anderson .paak returned to the Grammy stage.
Harry Is On The Board!
Congrats Best Pop Solo Performance winner - @Harry_Styles: https://t.co/QPXIcT5X82 #GRAMMYs https://t.co/kkkgEI9m0b— Recording Academy / GRAMMYs (@Recording Academy / GRAMMYs) 1615771385
Best Pop Solo Performance goes to the one and only Harris Styles for "Watermelon Sugar High".
Taylor Swift's Cabin
Cardigan and Folklore brought us dream-like vibes in 2020, and Taylor Swift brings the version of her albums to life on the Grammys stage.
Miranda Lambert Wins Country Album Of The Year
For her album Wildcard, Miranda Lambert wins Country Album of the Year.
Silk Sonic Has Arrived!
Anderson .paak and Bruno Mars is a dream collaboration, and they made our dreams come through tonight with their first live performance.
Levitate With Dua Lipa
Dua Lipa and Da Baby's hit single "Levitating" got us through the past year, and their live performance was exactly was we needed. Dua also performed "Don't Start Now".
The Most Streamed Artist Of 2020
Bad Bunny was consistently atop the charts last year. Now he hits the biggest stage in music!
Da Baby Is A ROCKSTAR
"Rockstar" was one of the biggest hits over the past year, so it's only right that Grammy nominated Artist Da Baby took the stage. Did you see those background singers?!
The Black Pumas Bring The Soul
Performing their crowd uniting song "Colors", the Black Pumas jam out on the Grammy stage.
Meghan Thee Stallion Gets Her First Grammy!
Breakout artist Megan Thee Stallion has had quite the year, and she can add GRAMMY winner to her resumé. She wins the award for Best New Artist. She shared a special moment with three time Grammy winner Lizzo.
He's Back Outside!
Trevor steps back outside!
The Haim Sisters First Grammy Performance
Up for Album of the Year, the Haim sisters hit the Grammy stage for the first time.
Billie Eilish's Turn
Next up is Grammy winner Billie Eilish as she performs with her brother, who is on the keyboard. Not to mention she's standing on a sinking car!
Watermelon Sugar High
Grammy contender Harry Styles starts the performances with his hit song "Watermelon Sugar High". What a way to kick things off!
The Stage Is Set!
The GRAMMYs will be a curated ceremony with good music and good vibes all around!
A Different Kind Of Award Show
Trevor Noah breaks down how the GRAMMYs are doing the award show this year. With great performances in store, the award show will be held with socially distant guidelines.
Out Of The Staples Center
Host Trevor Noah kicks the show off outside of the Staples Center. Amid COVID, the GRAMMYs are taking this outside of the world famous arena.
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