It's music's biggest night!
The highly anticipated 2015 Grammy Awards are finally here, and you know what that means, —amazing fashion, crazy performances, big honors and many memories! All of music's famous faces gathered together under one roof tonight to pay tribute to those who have done exceptionally well in the last years, while also jamming to some awesome performances.
So let's get straight into and highlight some of the best and worst moments from the Grammys, shall we?
Best Kick of Energy: What better way to kick off the Grammys than with a jolt of energy from rock legends AC/DC?
Sam Smith's Wise Words: The singer was already a two-time Grammy winner within the first hour of the show, and while accepting his award for Best Pop Vocal Album, Smith touched hearts with his sincere speech. "I just wanna say that before I made this record I was doing everything to try and get my music out. I was trying to lose weight and I was making awful music. It was only until I started to be myself that the music started to flow and people started to listen."
Odd Couple Alert: Jessie J and Tom Jones teamed up to perform a song in honor of the year's Trustees Awards winners, husband-and-wife songwriting team Barry Mann andCynthia Weil. And you know what? It worked! Oh, and apparently, some people only knew who Tom Jones is because of Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.
Simplicity Wins: Ariana Grande wowed with her stripped-down performance of "Just a Little Bit of Your Heart" by just relying on her powerhouse vocals and nothing else.
But Maybe Not That Simple: After six years away from the Grammys stage, Kanye West made his return with "Only One," and it was so simple—just a single light, him and a mike. So what did fans think?
Standing the Test of Time: Oh, you thought Madonna's time has passed? That's cute.
Swoon Alert: What do you get when you put two guitar-strumming crooners like Ed Sheeran and John Mayer on one stage together? An overflow of emotion, that's what!
The Voice Takes the Grammys: Voice coaches Gwen Stefani and Adam Levine joined forces to perform a duet of the Maroon 5 hit "My Heart Is Open," and although these two go head-to-head on the TV show, they're absolutely perfect together on stage.
Take Me To Church, For Real: Hozier and Annie Lennox KILLED IT.
Dance Party: What we love even more than the high-energy performances? Watching celebs like Paul McCartney dance to the music!
A Real Moment: Barack Obama delivered a video message to help end domestic violence, which was followed by a live, powerful speech by a real-life survivor from domestic violence.
The Feels: The emotional speech was followed by a moving performance by Katy Perry who performed "By the Grace of God," and it gave everyone the feels.
All That Jazz: Besties Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett added some old school pizzazz to their jazzy performance of "Cheek to Cheek." It was a very different show than what we're used to seeing from Gaga, but we kinda dig it.
No Abs, No Problem: For the first time in a long time, Usher took the stage and didn't take his shirt off. Nope, instead he just amazed us with his vocals during a tribute to Stevie Wonderwith "If It's Magic." The best part? Wonder got on the harmonica and joined him on stage.
Where's the Hat: Pharrell sang the tune that gets everyone "Happy," and made a statement while doing it, but we're a little sad to see that his famous hat didn't make it to the Grammys this year.
He's Back: AH, YOU GUYS, IT'S Prince!
The Trio Takeover: Rihanna, Kanye and Paul McCartney performed their hit song "Four Five Seconds" and everyone was up on their feet and singing along to the catchy track.
Déjà Vu: Uh-oh. When Beck went up to accept the award for Album of the Year, guess who went up there also? Kanye. We'll never know if he was just making a joke of his notorious ambush or if he was actually going to protest that Beyoncé should have won again, but everyone got a little nervous (including Jay Z and Bey).
Love Letter: Shia LaBeouf read a love letter on the mike when announcing Sia's performance. Was it from him? Was he just the messenger? We're not sure, but that's kinda standard for Shia.
OMG!: Sia's performance was creatively depicted by none other than Kristen Wiig! Yep, theSaturday Night Live alum crashed the party and was dancing around in a wig and nude leotard. IT. WAS. AMAZING.
Queen of the Grammys: Finally, Queen B took the stage to perform "Take My Hand, Precious Lord," and, do we really have to say it? She was perfect. Her form-fitting white gown was perfect. Her vocals were perfect. PERFECT.
The End: Bey introduced John Legend and Common, who performed their song "Glory" from the award-winning film Selma to close out the show.