The 58th Grammy awards ceremony took place at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California this Monday, February 15, 2016. Taylor Swift took the top prize of album of the year for her release '1989'.
Following her Grammy for 'Fearless' in 2010, Taylor Swift is the first woman to win album of the year at the Grammys twice.
Taylor was also awarded a Grammy for best music music for her single Bad Blood, and a third one as best pop vocal on '1989'.
Alabama Shakes bagged three Grammy awards: best alternative album for 'Sound & Color', and Don't Wanna Fight won as best rock performance, and best rock song.
Ed Sheeran was another double winner. He won his first ever Grammys at this year's ceremony, for song of the year and best pop solo performance for Thinking Out Loud.
Rock band Muse were the other British winners on the night, taking home the award for best rock album for 'Drones'.
Mark Ronson featuring Bruno Mars won in the category record of the year for Uptown Funk. They also won as best pop duo/group performance.
Kendrick Lamar took home no less than five Grammy awards: 'To Pimp a Butterfly' won as best rap album, another Grammy as best rap performance, best rap song, best rap/sung collaboration (for These Walls, featuring Bilal, Anna Wise & Thundercat), and a fifth Grammy for best rap video.
Justin Bieber won best dance recording - his first ever Grammy - for Where Are U Now, his collaboration with Skrillex and Diplo.
Fellow Canadian singer The Weeknd also collected two Grammys: best urban contemporary album and best R&B performance.
Performances Lady Gaga performed a tribute to the late, great David Bowie, who died of cancer last month, singing a medley of his songs.
An all-star tribute consisting of John Legend, Demi Lovato, Meghan Trainor and Tyrese Gibson, performed with Lionel Richie in homage to the former Commodores singer.
Adele performed the track All I Ask, co-written with Bruno Mars, although she was blighted by some audio problems after one of the piano mics fell on to the piano strings.
Bonnie Raitt, Chris Stapleton and Gary Clark Jr. tore the roof off with their searing guitar work on The Thrill is Gone in honor of BB King.
Hollywood Vampires, a supergroup made up of members including Johnny Depp, Alice Cooper, Joe Perry and Matt Sorum, performed on tv for the first time and did a rendition of Ace of Spades in tribute to Motorhead's frontman Lemmy, who died December 28, 2015.
The finale of the Grammy awards ceremony featured Pitbull along with Travis Barker, Joe Perry and Robin Thicke.