Words: Jamie Tabberer
Beyoncé, Taylor Swift, Lady Gaga, Ariana Grande and Dua Lipa took home some of the biggest awards at last night's Grammys.
'Brown Skin Girl' singer Beyoncé is now the most-awarded female artist ever, and most-awarded singer regardless of gender, after taking home the Music Video, R&B Performance, Rap Song and Rap Performance gongs (the latter two shared with Meghan Thee Stallion for the 'Savage' remix).
The star now has 28 Grammys to her name, second only to Hungarian-British conductor Georg Solti, who has 31.
"I am so honoured"
While collecting her history-making award for Best R&B Performance, she said "I am so honoured, I'm so excited."
Meanwhile, Taylor Swift and her LP Folklore won the night's biggest honour, Album of the Year. This also makes history, as Taylor is the first person to win the award three times (previously for Fearless and 1989).
Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande's Pop Duo/Group Performance win for 'Rain On Me' also technically makes history, as they're the first all-female pair to win.
Elsewhere, Dua Lipa took home Pop Vocal Album for Future Nostalgia, as Meghan Thee Stallion won Best New Artist and Billie Eilish won Record of the Year for 'Everything I Wanted'.
HER won Song of the Year with 'I Can't Breathe' while former One Direction star Harry Styles won Best Pop Solo Performance for 'Watermelon Sugar'.