Bruno Mars has been the big winner at Grammys - taking six awards, including a clean sweep of the big three prizes.
24K Magic was named best album and record, while he won song of the year for That's What I Like.
Ed Sheeran took two awards, including best pop album for Divide, although he wasn't there to pick up his trophies in person.
Kendrick Lamar won five including best rap performance for his song Loyalty feat. Rihanna.
Jay Z walked away with NONE of the awards he was nominated for. The rapper was given a nod in eight categories.
Album of the year: Bruno Mars - 24K Magic
Record of the year: Bruno Mars - 24K Magic
Song of the year: Bruno Mars - That's What I Like
Best new artist: Alessia Cara
Best pop album: Ed Sheeran - ÷ (Divide)
Best rock album: The War On Drugs - A Deeper Understanding
Best R&B album: Bruno Mars - 24k Magic
Best rap album: Kendrick Lamar - Damn
Major female artists like Lady Gaga, Kesha and Lorde missed out.
Alessia Cara won Best New Artist. She was the only woman to win a major prize.
People on Twitter have been going nuts for Rihanna's performance with DJ Khaled after she did South Africa's gwara gwara dance move.
Many of those attending the awards show walked the red carpet with white roses to honour victims of sexual abuse.
U2 performed their song Get Out Of Your Own Way and Bono couldn't resist a dig at Donald Trump saying "Blessed are the shithole countries, for they gave us the American dream."
James Corden had a segment which featured "auditions" for various celebrities to narrate the audiobook of Fire and Fury. It even featured a cameo from Hillary Clinton.