Taylor Swift makes history with her fourth Album of the Year win for "Midnights."

Miley Cyrus wins her first-ever Grammy for Record of the Year and Best Pop Solo Performance with "Flowers."

Billie Eilish's "What Was I Made For?" from "Barbie" named Best Song of the Year and Best Song Written for Visual Media.

SZA leads the night with nine nominations, winning three, including Best R&B Song.

Victoria Monét awarded Best New Artist and Best R&B Album.

Killer Mike, who won three Grammys, escorted out in handcuffs for a misdemeanor charge.

Jay-Z receives the Dr Dre Global Impact Award, calls out Grammys for their history with Black artists and mentions Beyoncé's album of the year snub.

Dua Lipa opens the evening with a performance, called one of the best performers of a generation by host Trevor Noah.

Tracy Chapman performs publicly for the first time since 2009; Joni Mitchell performs at the Grammys for the first time at 80.

Extended In Memoriam section includes performances from Annie Lennox, Fantasia Barrino, and Jon Batiste, honoring artists like Sinead O'Connor and Clarence Avant.

Boygenius wins three awards, including Best Rock Song.

Kylie Minogue wins Best Pop Dance Recording for "Padam Padam."

Other female winners include Lainey Wilson, Karol G, Laufey, and Coco Jones in various categories.

Taylor Swift and Céline Dion embraced each other backstage at the Grammys, dispelling any fan speculation of tension.