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Grammys 2014’s 25 Best and Worst Moments

From Daft Punk’s funky smash-up to Pink’s high-flying routine to a few Beatles grooving in the aisles

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Daft Punk, Macklemore and Lorde took home the most trophies at the 56th Annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles last night, but a slew of other stars also walked away big winners. True Grammys impact can be measured in metrics other than golden gramophones — like how many people were tweeting about your bizarre hat and who had Taylor Swift dancing in the front row all night. Rolling Stone kindly distilled all three-and-a-half-and-a-little-more hours of the ceremony into a breakdown of thrilling highs and disappointing lows. By Caryn Ganz, Andy Greene, David Marchese, Simon Vozick-Levinson and Christopher R. Weingarten

Catch up on all of our coverage of the 56th Annual Grammy Awards — lists, photos, interviews and more — right here.

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WORST: Hunter Hayes Cribs Set-Piece From Inspirational Calendar

Country cutie Hunter Hayes premiered his new song "Invisible" in front of inspirational quotes from John Lennon, Steve Jobs and famed philosopher Johnny Depp. The problem? It's your lyrics that need to do the heavy emotional lifting, not other people's words.

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