The show lived up to its expectations delivering jaw-dropping performances starting with Beyonce and Jay-Z's risque opening act.
The Rap mogul even took home the Best Rap Song Collaboration trophy with Justin Timberlake for Holy Grail.
In honor of the 50th anniversary of The Beatles' first U.S. Appearance, Ringo Starr and Paul McCartney took the stage. The guitarist also accepted the Best Rock Song gramophone with former Nirvana member for Cut Me Some Slack.
New Zealand new-comer Lorde landed Song of the Year and Best Pop Solo Performance for her hit track, Royals.
Macklemore and Ryan Lewis took home Grammy gold with four awards including Best New Artist and Best Rap Album.
The duo also made history with the emotional performance of the night, as over 30 couples exchanged wedding vows during their renditions of Same Love with Mary Lambert, Madonna and Queen Latifah.
Despite the big night, everyone is talking about Pharrell's hat this morning. Even Arby's sent out a tweet asking Pharrell if they can have their hat back in which Pharrell replied, "Y'all tryna start a roast beef?."
That's not all, someone also made a twitter accounted for Pharrell's Hat and it has more than 15,000 followers.
Speaking of social media, the Grammy's social media is managed by only one woman, Lindsay Gabler. Gabler says that managing the social media for The Grammys is more than just live tweeting the night of the show. Gabler has to get the fans excited 365 days a year.
Fans will have to stay tuned for what The Grammy's has planned for next year. If you want to stay in the loop, follow Gabler @lndsygblr.
Tuesday, April 20 2010 11:21 PM EDT2010-04-21 03:21:00 GMT
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