The United Kingdom reigned supreme at the 2017 Grammy Awards with two of its acts tying for the biggest winners of the night.

Adele and the late David Bowie, who died of cancer in January 2016 days after releasing his final album, each collected five Grammy Awards.

Adele won all five categories for which she was nominated for including the top three Grammy Awards which pitted her against the favorite, Beyonce.

Beyonce led with nine nominations but surprisingly won just two awards for her ‘Lemonade’ album at the 59th Grammy Awards.

Adele, however, acknowledged the formation singer during her album of the year acceptance speech saying Queen B was her idol.

”I can’t possibly accept this award and I’m very humbled and I’m very grateful but the artist of my life is Beyonce. This album to me, the Lemonade album was just so monumental and so well thought out and so beautiful and soul-baring.”

”The way you make me and my friends feel, the way you make my black friends feel is so empowering. I love you. I always have and I always will.”

The 28-year-old singer went on to deliberately damage the trophy so the two stars could share the honor as Beyonce and almost half the audience shed a tear.

The Grammy Awards night was full of talking points from political statements to the emotional tributes for George Micheal and funk music legend, Prince.

Beyonce gave a stunning visual performance where she showed off her pregnancy and talked about the beauty of childbirth.

There were also performances by John Legend, Demi Lovato, Lady Gaga, Kay Perry, The Weeknd, Daft Punk and Chance The Rapper.

Chance The Rapper won best rap album despite not having a record deal. He benefitted from the Grammy’s eligibility rules change which allows streaming-only releases to be considered.

“I want to thank God for my mother and my father, who supported me since I was young, for Kirsten, for Kensli, for all of Chicago, and I want to thank God for putting amazing people in my life.”

“This is for every indie artist… shout out to DJ Drama… shout out to Soundcloud… it’s another one baby!”

The Late Late Show host James Corden hosted the ceremony replacing five-year presenter LL Cool J.

Corden hosted his viral carpool karaoke series in a cardboard card with artists like Jennifer Lopez, Tim McGraw and John Legend.

Beyonce’s young daughter, Blue Ivy Carter, stole that segment when she jumped in to sing along.

List Of 2017 Grammy Awards Winners

Song of the Year

Beyonce, “Formation”

Adele, “Hello” – Winner 

Mike Posner, “I Took a Pill in Ibiza”

Justin Bieber, “Love Yourself”

Lukas Graham, “7 Years”

Record of the Year

Adele, “Hello” – Winner

Beyonce, “Formation”

Lukas Graham, “7 Years”

Rihanna, “Work (feat. Drake)”

Twenty One Pilots, “Stressed Out”

Album of the Year

Adele, 25 – Winner

Beyonce, Lemonade

Justin Bieber, Purpose

Drake, Views

Sturgill Simpson, A Sailor’s Guide to Earth

Best New Artist

Kelsea Ballerini

The Chainsmokers

Chance the Rapper – Winner

Marin Morris

Anderson Paak

Best Pop Solo Performance

Adele, “Hello” – Winner

Beyonce, “Hold Up”

Justin Bieber, “Love Yourself”

Kelly Clarkson, “Piece by Piece (Idol Version)”

Ariana Grande, “Dangerous Woman”

Best Pop Duo/Group Performance

The Chainsmokers, “Closer (feat. Halsey)

Lukas Graham, “7 Years”

Rihanna, “Work (feat. Drake)”

Sia, “Cheap Thrills (feat. Sean Paul)”

Twenty One Pilots, “Stressed Out – Winner

Best Rap Performance

Chance the Rapper, “No Problem” – Winner

Desiigner, “Panda”

Drake f/ The Throne, “Pop Style”

Fat Joe & Remy Ma f/ French Montana & Infared, “All the Way Up”

ScHoolboy Q f/ Kanye West, “That Part”

Best Rap/Sung Performance

Beyonce  f/ Kendrick Lamar, “Freedom”

Drake, “Hotline Bling” – Winner

D.R.A.M. f/ Lil Yachty, “Broccoli”

Kanye West f/ Chance the Rapper, Kelly Price, Kirk Franklin, The Dream, “Ultralight Beam”

Kanye West f/ Rihanna, “Famous”

Best Rap Song

Fat Joe & Remy Ma f/ French Montana & Infared, “All the Way Up”

Kanye West, “Famous”

Drake, “Hotline Bling” – Winner

Chance the Rapper, “No Problem”

Kanye West, “Ultralight Beam”

Best Rap Album

Chance the Rapper – Coloring Book – Winner

De La Soul – And the Anonymous Nobody

DJ Khaled – Major Key

Drake – Views

ScHoolboy Q – Blank Face LP

Kanye West – The Life of Pablo

Best R&B Performance

BJ the Chicago Kid – “Turnin Me Up”

Ro James – “Permission”

Musiq Soulchild – “I Do”

Rihanna – “Needed Me”

Solange – “Cranes in the Sky” – Winner

Best R&B Song

PartyNextDoor f/ Drake – “Come See Me”

Bryson Tiller – “Exchange”

Rihanna – “Kiss It Better”

Maxwell – “Lake by the Ocean” – Winner

Tory Lanez – “Luv”

Best Urban Contemporary Album

Beyonce – Lemonade – Winner

Gallant – Ology

KING – We Are King

Anderson Paak – Malibu

Rihanna – Anti

Best R&B Album

BJ the Chicago Kid – In My Mind

Lalah Hathaway – Lalah Hathaway Live – Winner

Terrace Martin – Velvet Portraits

Mint Condition – Healing Season

Mya – Smoove Jones

Best Alternative Music Album

Bon Iver, 22, A Million

David Bowie, Blackstar – Winner

PJ Harvey, The Hope Six Demolition Project

Iggy Pop, Post Pop Depression

Radiohead, A Moon Shaped Pool

Best Rock Song

David Bowie, Blackstar – Winner

Radiohead, Burn the Witch

Metallica, Hardwired

Twenty One Pilots, Heathens

Highly Suspect, My Name Is Human

Best Contemporary Instrumental Album

Herb Alpert, Human Nature

Bill Frisell, When You Wish Upon a Star

Steve Gadd Band, Way Back Home: Live From Rochester, NY

Chuck Loeb, Unspoken

Snarky Puppy, Culcha Vulcha – Winner

Best Rock Performance

Alabama Shakes, Joe (Live From Austin City Limits)

Beyoncé, Don’t Hurt Yourself (feat. Jack White)

David Bowie, Blackstar – Winner

Disturbed, The Sound of Silence (Live on Conan)

Twenty One Pilots, Heathens

Best Gospel Performance/Song

Shirley Caesar, It’s Alright, It’s OK (feat. Anthony Hamilton)

Jekalyn Carr, You’re Bigger (Live)

Travis Greene, Made a Way (Live)

Tamela Mann, God Provides – Winner

Hezekiah Walker, Better

Best Contemporary Christian Music Performance/Song

Lauren Daigle, Trust in You

For King & Country, Priceless

Natalie Grant, King of the World

Hillary Scott & The Scott Family, Thy Will – Winner

Zach Williams, Chain Breaker

Best Gospel Album

Tim Bowman Jr., Listen

Shirley Caesar, Fill This House

Todd Dulaney, A Worshipper’s Heart [Live]

Kirk Franklin, Losing My Religion – Winner

William Murphy, Demonstrate [Live]

Best Contemporary Christian Music Album

All Sons & Daughters, Poets & Saints

Crowder, American Prodigal

Natalie Grant, Be One

Hillsong Young & Free, Youth Revival [Live]

Hillary Scott & The Scott Family, Love Remains – Winner

Best Roots Gospel Album

Gaither Vocal Band, Better Together

The Isaacs, Nature’s Symphony in 432

Joey+Rory, Hymns – Winner

Gordon Mote, Hymns and Songs of Inspiration

Various Artists, God Don’t Never Change: The Songs of Blind Willie Johnson

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