Charlie Puth is no stranger to the awards-show circuit, having made a memorable appearance alongside Meghan Trainor at the American Music Awards in November. Just a couple weeks after that torrid turn, the 24-year-old pop phenom received a trio of Grammy nods for "See You Again," his tender Furious 7 soundtrack team-up with Wiz Khalifa, honoring the late Paul Walker.
The pair didn't take home trophies in any of the three categories for which it was nominated — Song of the Year, Pop Duo/Group Performance or Song Written for Visual Media — but it appears that Puth had himself a fine time at the 2016 Grammys nonetheless. Exclusively for Rolling Stone, he documented his entire day on Monday, including his bleary-eyed touchdown in L.A., his pre-show styling session, his arrival on the red carpet (with mom in tow) and his seat next to co-nominee Wiz Khalifa.
Check out the video above to go along for the ride.