This year's Grammy Awards ceremony was hosted by 'Carpool Karaoke' king James Corden and included stunning performances by Beyoncé, Lady Gaga, Metallica, John Legend, Bruno Mars, Adele and more. The Recording Academy also honored late singers Prince and George Michael, who passed away last year. And we were there on the red carpet and backstage to provide visual access to music's biggest night.
With new LP 'Rather You Than Me' on the way, Rick Ross is prepping for an epic year.
Blink-182 drummer Travis Barker attended music's biggest night with his kids, Alabama Luella and son Landon Asher (not pictured).
Pop star and actor Nick Jonas showed up in a heavily studded ensemble and ended up in a comic bit with host James Corden's mom.
"New Americana" singer Halsey wasn't shy about showing off on the red carpet.
The live debut of Katy Perry's new single "Chained to the Rhythm" was enjoyed at the Grammys on Sunday. Before she took the stage, she wore a shimmering gold dress with feathers to wow her fans.
Josh Dun and Tyler Joseph of Twenty One Pilots shocked the audience at the Grammys when they accepted their Best Pop Duo/Group Performance award in their underwear.
Pregnant with twins, Beyoncé is seated in the Grammys audience. She would later accept her award for Best Urban Contemporary Album for her album, Lemonade.
The Weeknd and Daft Punk performed a mashed-up performance of "Starboy" and "I Feel It Coming." And they were cooly chilling backstage together as well.
Grammys host James Corden backstage in the control room.
Kelsea Ballerini and Lukas Forchhammer of Danish pop-soulster Lukas Graham performing live at Grammys. Ballerini's "Peter Pan" and Lukas Graham's "7 Years" were performed as a mashup during the Grammy awards.
R&B and country stars Rihanna and Carrie Underwood hanging out in their glittery duds. RiRi received a lot of fan attention for her bejeweled flask in hand.
Host James Corden's Carpool Karaoke with Neil Diamond's "Sweet Caroline" had much of the room spontaneously singing along.
Country superstars Tim McGraw and Faith Hill backstage at the Grammys.
Adele, who won Grammy Awards in all the major categories, couldn't believe it. "I thought it was her year," she said of Beyoncé, whose acclaimed album Lemonade dominated critical discussion in 2016 yet was shut out last night. "What the fuck does she have to do to win album of the year?"
Adele won all of her five nominated categories at the Grammys and is the first person to sweep Album, Song and Record of the Year twice.