The Grammy Awards were handed out last night at a socially-distanced ceremony at The Staple Center in Los Angeles. Before the show even started, Beyoncé and Jay-Z’s nine-year-old daughter Blue Ivy became the second-youngest winner ever for Best Music Video alongside her mom for “Brown Skin Girl.” Beyoncé‘s own wins during the ceremony brought her to 28 overall, making her the most Grammy-awarded female of all time. And her family is the winningest family in Grammy history with 72 Grammy wins (Jay-Z has picked up 22 of his own, and her sister, Solange, has won 11).
The first of the Big 4 awards, Best New Artist, went to a visibly shocked Megan Thee Stallion, who dedicated it to her late mother. H.E.R. then won Song Of The Year for “I Can’t Breathe,” saying “I’ve never been so proud to be an artist.” Taylor Swift picked up Album Of The Year for Folklore, the first woman to win the honor 3 times. Billie Eilish closed the night by winning Record Of The Year for the second year in a row, this time for ‘Everything I Wanted.’
Harry Styles opened the show…
Silk Sonic performed their new song..
Dua Lipa and DaBaby