A lucky day for sure! Bruno Mars and Anderson .Paak, took home the Song of the Year and Record of the Year for their super hit single 'Leave The Door Open'.
Olivia Rodrigo - Best New Artist
As it was expected, Olivia Rodrigo took her first Grammy trophies home. The singer won Best New Artist and Best Pop Solo Performance for her superhit 'Drivers License', Best Pop Vocal Album for 'Sour'.
"This is my biggest dream come true," said the 19-year-old singer while accepting her trophy.
Jon Batiste - Album of the year
Jon Batiste was the bigger of the night. The singer took home most of the Grammy trophies this year.
Batiste took home five awards including the prestigious trophy in the Album of the year category for his album 'We Are'.
Kiss Me More - Best Pop Duo/Group Performance
Doja Cat won her first-ever Grammy for best pop duo/group performance for her track 'Kiss Me More' with SZA.
Foo Fighters - Best Rock Album, Best Rock Performance & Best Rock Song
The rock band Foo Fighters bagged all the rock Grammys at the night. The band took the Best Rock Album, Best Rock Performance & Best Rock Song awards just a week after the band's drummer Taylor Hawkins' death.
Lady Gaga and Tony Bennet - Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album
Lady Gaga, who won hearts with her heartfelt tribute to her collaborator Tony Bennet, took home a Grammy in the Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album for their 'Love for Sale' album, with this the 95-year-old Bennet become the second oldest person to win the trophy.