The 61st annual Grammy Awards took place last night and it was full of great moments.

Kicking off the night in music, Camilla Cabello began the Grammy Awards in style with 'Havana.' Ricky Martin then joined her on stage, and the crowd went wild.

Then, host Alicia Keys was joined by Lady Gaga, Jennifer Lopez, Jada Pinkett Smith, and the one and only Michelle Obama fulfilling all of our female supergroup dreams.


Speaking of Alicia Keys, the first female to host the Grammy Awards in over a decade, she played TWO PIANOS AT THE SAME TIME. Keys covered songs from Coldplay, Drake, and others.

Cardi B, turned up to the red wearing a throwback to 1995 in vintage Couture.

The artist also went on to win Best Rap Album.

Childish Gambino's 'This is America' made history, and picked up Record of the Year, Song of the Year, Best Rap Performance, and Best Music Video. The song has become the first rap song to pick up both Record and Song of the Year awards. However, he wasn't there to pick up any of his awards on the night.


Dua Lipa joined St. Vincent on stage, performing a mash-up of 'Masseduction' and 'One Kiss' before winning Best New Artist.


Hugh Jackman posted a very wholesome video of watching the Grammy Awards from his laptop. 'The Greatest Showman' won Best Compilation Soundtrack, making Jackman one step closer to getting an EGOT.

Lady Gaga performed 'Shallow' on stage, and afterwards became an instant meme.

Many people questioned the choice of J. Lo to lead the Motown tribute with Smokey Robinson.


Drake won Best Rap Song for 'God's Plan' and had his microphone turned off before he finished his speech.

And finally, composer of the 'Black Panther' album, which won Best Score Soundtrack, Ludwig Göransson mentioned that 21 Savage "should be here right now." The UK rap artist features on the album, but has been detained for overstaying his visa.

Those are just some of the top happenings from last night's Grammys Awards. What was your favourite moment?