It may not have been a winning night for Hozier - who lost out on the 'Song of the Year' Grammy to Sam Smith - but the Bray man hugely impressed with his performance of Take Me to Church, which was followed by a cover of 'I Put a Spell on You' (the Screamin' Jay Hawkins song made famous by Nina Simone) with Annie Lennox.
You can watch it below:
Other performers included AC/DC, who opened the show with new song 'Rock or Bust' and then 'Highway to Hell':
Kanye West performed 'Only One':
Sia performed 'Chandelier' with her back turned to the audience. Actress Kirsten Wiig and child dance prodigy Maddie Ziegler danced - and it was introduced by Shia LaBeouf reciting a poem. Right, so.
Tom Jones and Jessie J performed the Righteous Brothers' tune 'You've Lost That Loving Feeling'. Sorry, neither this incredible song nor Tom Jones is going to make us like Jessie J.
Ed Sheeran & ELO performed 'Mr. Blue Sky'. OK, so at least we got one prediction right. (Warning: contains footage of Taylor Swift 'dancing' in the audience - because that's her 'thing' at awards shows now, y'see. She so ker-aaaazy.)
Oh yes, and Beyoncé went full-on gospel diva with performances of 'Take My Hand' and 'Precious Lord'.
There was no escaping Sam Smith's 'Stay With Me' at the Grammys - it won him several awards and he performed the song with Mary J. Blige on the night. What we want to know is, why wasn't he paired with ELO's Jeff Lynne - considering that it has now been confirmed that the latter essentially co-wrote elements of the song?!
Then there was the odd coupling of Beck and Coldplay's Chris Martin for a rather unexpectedly lovely version of the Beck song 'Heart is a Drum'.