The 2021 Grammys held a January spot this year but was postponed mid-March owing to the coronavirus pandemic. Trevor Noah hosted the show from the Los Angeles Convention Center with no audience - just across the street from the ceremony's longtime home at the Staples Center.
Below are highlights you may have missed and the big winners.
Megan Thee Stallion Wins Best New Artist
Megan Thee Stallion won the first televised award of the night, Best New Artist. She had earlier won an award for "Savage" during the pre-show with Beyoncé.
Dua Lipa brings "Future Nostalgia" to the Grammys
Dua Lipa, whose pop songs found an enthusiastic crowd in the midst of the pandemic, delivered dance moves and Da Baby to the Grammys stage to perform her hits "Levitating" and "Don't Start Now." She was nominated for six Grammys and ultimately bagged Best Pop Vocal Album for "Future Nostalgia."
Miranda Lambert Wins Best Country Album
Miranda Lambert took home the Grammy for Best Country Album for "Wildcard." In a short statement, the singer said, "I'm holding this for all of us, especially the girls."
Taylor Swift Performs A Mashup
Taylor Swift performed in a mashup of three tracks from her album "Evermore" and "Folklore": "Cardigan," "August" and "Willow." She won Album of the Year for "Folklore."
Harry Styles Bags Grammy For Best Pop Solo Performance
Harry Styles received his first Grammy for his solo effort "Watermelon Sugar" which brought home the Best Pop Solo Performance award.
H.E.R. Takes Song Of The Year For "I Can't Breathe"
H.E.R. said she recorded "I Can't Breathe" in a bedroom at her mom's house during her speech for Song of the Year. She also addressed the inspiration of the album, urging fans to keep up their enthusiasm from the summer of 2020.
Beyoncé Makes History With 28th Grammy Award
A victory for "Black Parade" in the Best Rhythm and Blues Performance category placed Beyoncé in history books - making her the most decorated female artist in Grammy's history. The award tops off a decorated career for the pop star who said she had been performing since she was 9 years old.
Billie Eilish Wins Record Of The Year
Billie Eilish accepted the Grammy for Record of the Year for her song "Everything I Wanted" from Ringo Starr - who made a rare appearance at the ceremony Sunday.