GRAMMY AWARDS: It’s All About Beyonce

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Beyonce loomed large over the 65th Annual Grammy Awards Sunday night, winning in four categories to set an all-time Grammy record and throwing some shade on the proceedings by showing up late to the ceremony.

Bey’s only competition for the spotlight came from Bad Bunny, who opened the show with a wild medley that combined both sides of his personality — the regular guy in jeans and tee and the entertainer with an eye for spectacle.

The 65th Annual Grammy Awards – Bad Bunny performs “Después de la Playa.”  OC:… (cheers fade).  :40

Brandi Carlile, introduced by her wife and two daughters, hit hard with a guitar-driven version of  “Broken Horses,” which won a Best Rock Song Grammy earlier in the night. She made a run at Beyonce’s 2023 award haul by taking home a total of three.

Kendrick Lamar also notched three wins, while Lizzo took home two, including a Record of the Year nod for “About Damn Time.”

Harry Styles scored a pair, notably Album of the Year for Harry’s House.

Backstage at the Grammys, Harry Styles says he’s proud to play live in concert. OC: …to do, so. :19

“I think it’s the probably the thing I’m proudest of in my life, is this feeling that is in the room that I get to experience every night when I go on stage. It’s probably the greatest — I mean, playing for an amazing group of people every night is my favorite, favorite thing to do.”

Stevie Wonder led a tribute to Motown kingpins Berry Gordy and Smokey Robinson that hit on several of the label’s hits — with Smokey himself coming out to sing “Tears of a Clown.”

Lizzo, who always seems to be having a great time onstage, took that feeling up a notch on an inspirational take on the empowering “Special.” As host Trevor Noah put it, she’s like “if Dopamine was a person.”

Harry Styles picked up the gauntlet that Lizzo threw down for a warm and enveloping version of “As It Was.” Harry, covered in what looked like shimmery disco ball shreds, swerved around the lazy-susan stage amid a crew of regular kids for the evening’s most charming performance.

The ceremony had its share of emotional moments, like Kim Petras accepting the Best Pop Duo Group award for her duet with Sam Smith by talking about being the first transgender woman to win an award for “Unholy.” She and Sam then took the stage for a cartoonishly “evil” staging of the song, complete with Party City devil horns.

Mary J. Blige reaffirmed her title as Queen of Hip-Hop Soul with a riveting “Good Morning Gorgeous.”

LL Cool J anchored the historical portion of the evening by honoring the 50th anniversary of hip-hop’s birth with a segment featuring Run DMC, Big Boi, Public Enemy and Ice-T.

Luke Combs helped Nashville get a little love with a quiet, heartfelt version of his hit “Going, Going Gone.”

First lady Jill Biden, wearing an outfit almost as shiny as Harry Styles’s, got involved in the proceedings by presenting the Song of the Year award to Bonnie Raitt for “Just Like That.”

Steve Lacy brought together old-school and new-school together for a slinky version of his number-one hit “Bad Habit,” which featured plenty of sexy guitar work and silky vocals.

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