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Beyoncé has 31 Grammys, the most of any individual artist. She's winning this year for her album "Renaissance."
There's probably a party over at Harry's house on Sunday night because Harry Styles took home the trophy for album of the year at the Grammy Awards. Here's a look at the top moments from the show.
The biggest night in music is here with the 65th Grammy Awards on Sunday.
Quavo led a moving tribute to his nephew and fellow Migos member Takeoff during the Grammys' in memoriam segment. Kacey Musgraves performed in honor of Loretta Lynn, and Mick Fleetwood joined Bonnie Raitt and Sheryl Crow to sing for Christine McVie.
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Clare Crawley, who made history on "The Bachelorette," is single no more after tying the knot with Ryan Dawkins.
Lizzo gave perhaps the most unrelentingly joyous acceptance speech of the night at the Grammys, winning record of the year for "About Damn Time."
After winning a Grammy Award, Viola Davis has officially completed the holy grail of entertainment awards.
Petras, who shares the Grammy for "Unholy" with Sam Smith, thanked the late producer Sophie and LGBTQ ally Madonna in her acceptance speech for best pop group or duo performance.
Controversial YouTube superstar PewDiePie is set to become a father.