Beyoncé may have been pipped to the Album of the Year Grammy by Adele, but it seems that her live performance at last night's awards went a little more smoothly than her rival's, at least.

The expectant mother performed 'Love Drought' and 'Sandcastles', both from last year's 'Lemonade' - her first live performance since her announcement that she is pregnant with twins - after she was introduced by her mother, Tina.

Other performers included Lady Gaga, who performed 'Moth Into Flame' with Metallica, a song taken from their most recent album 'Hardwired... to Self-Destruct'. Their performance also had 'technical difficulties' as frontman James Hetfield's microphone was not working.

Adele had better luck earlier in the show, opening the ceremony with a performance of 'Hello':

Daft Punk performed 'I Feel It Coming' with The Weeknd, with both of the French duo dressed in Darth Vader-esque suits:

Katy Perry performed her new single 'Chained to the Rhythm' live with Skip Marley for the first time:

And Ed Sheeran performed 'Shape of You':