As you may have heard, the Grammys took place on Sunday night in Los Angeles and provided the usual glitter, pomp, big outfits and... oh yes, a bit of music, too.

Beyonce made history by becoming with most-awarded artist in the history of the Grammys, with 32 wins to her name in total.

However, there was a bit of an upset when her album 'Renaissance' was beaten to the biggest award of the night - the prestigious 'Album of the Year' - by Harry Styles, for his album 'Harry's House'.

Many had expected Beyonce to be a shoo-in for the gong - including Adele, by the looks of it.

Footage filmed of the artists anticipating the announcement has revealed Adele - who was sitting beside Beyonce and Jay-Z and has professed her love for her fellow diva in the past - did not applaud when Styles was announced as the winner.

As his fellow artists Lizzo and Shania Twain jump to their feet to congratulate him, Adele can be seen in the background looking... well... not very happy.

Watch it below:

However, footage filmed later on during Styles' speech revealed that she had, in fact, applauded him when he said 'This doesn't happen to people like me very often.'

We're sure they had a good ol' knees-up at the afterparty, in any case.