Snubs & Dubs: The Winners at the 65th Annual Grammys
A list of the winners from Sunday's ceremony.
The 65th Grammys took place on Sunday, February 5 in Los Angeles at the Crypto.com Arena, formerly the Staples Center, featuring a few history-making moments.
For one, Beyoncé became the most awarded artist in the Grammys' history with her win with her song "Cuff It" for Best RnB Song. Kim Petras also became the first transgender woman to win Best Pop Duo/Group Performance for her hit "Unholy" with Sam Smith.
Check out the list of winners for the televised portion of the ceremony:
Viola Davis became an EGOT winner — a person who's won an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, and Tony — for Best Spoken Album. She won the award for the narration and storytelling recording of her memoir, Finding Me.
During the two-and-a-half hour pre-telecast 70 more awards were presented. The pre-telecast saw The Foo Fighters walk away with four GRAMMYs, while Kanye and Skrillex walked away with three each.