Best Moments From the Grammy’s Night 2017 and the History-Making List of Award Winners

From Twenty One Pilots stripping off their pants to Metallica’s collaboration with Lady Gaga, the Musical Awards Ceremony was a full throttle of entertainment for rocktards, poptards, head-bangers and rappers alike. Here’s taking a look at the best moments from the 59th Grammy Awards Night and the list of those who won the prestigious Black Statuette.

James Corden’s Introduction

The humility and reverence for the art of making music filled the essence of his beautifully written introduction speech. It was candid and yet, not boring at all!

Twenty One Pilots coming to the stage in their boxers

They’d done it yesternight just as they had promised. Watching hit singles as boxers to collecting the Black Gramophone in boxers, Twenty One Pilots need to be lauded for not being “Stressed out”.

Beyonce’s Bae Performance

Over the years fans have always been crazy binge watching her perform on stage and this year, she takes it all to a whole new level of glamourous gold!

Chance The Rapper FTW

The chance win for ‘Chance The Rapper’ as the Best New Artist marked a new fascination for the music industry because of its inclusion of a streaming-only single. It already made news for having been the one and only streaming video contender in this category!

Adele’s tribute to George Michael

She was clearly the star of the evening with as many awards as nominations she collected to her name. And with her soul-stirring performances to the late George Michael’s tunes made her even more adorable.

Adele dedicating her Award to Beyonce and her speech

She had already made her count bigger for the world to see, but what came as a pleasant surprise in the form of the Award for the Best Album of the Year to 25, Adele’s 2016 album revealed her true emotions for Beyonce. And we love her for that, albeit not more than her voices.

Full list of winners:

Song of the year: Hello (Adele)

Best urban contemporary album: Lemonade (Beyonce)

Best rap album: Coloring Book (Chance the Rapper)

Best country solo performance: My Church (Maren Morris)

Best rock song: Blackstar (David Bowie)

Best pop duo/group performance: Stressed Out (Twenty One Pilots)

Music has the whole world moving and the Grammys have always been the Gold Standard for Music compositions. This year’s Grammys Night has been an epitome of music, fandom and frenzy. Tell us your favourite moment from the Night in the comments below.

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