These are the good, bad and viral moments that had Twitter talking.
The hottest names in music gathered at the Staples Center for the 62nd Grammy Awards in Los Angeles on Sunday night, for an evening that was filled with powerful performances and touching tributes.
The event went down just hours after former Laker Kobe Bryant and his 13-year-old daughter Gianna were killed in a helicopter crash. Their deaths were felt on both the red carpet and throughout the show.
Click the link below for a comprehensive list of Kobe tributes throughout the evening:
Below are all the good, bad and viral moments that had Twitter talking.
Kicking off the show, Lizzo said, "Tonight is for Kobe," before sitting down at the piano to play an emotional rendition of "Cuz I Love You." After that, she roared through "Love Hurts" and got the crowd hyped.
Alicia Keys then came out on stage to really pay tribute.
"Here we are together, on music's biggest night, celebrating the artists that do it best. But to be honest with you, we're all feeling crazy sadness right now because earlier today Los Angeles, America and the whole wide world lost a hero," she said. "And we're literally standing here heartbroken in the house that Kobe Bryant built. Right now, Kobe and his daughter Gianna and all of those who have been tragically lost today are in our spirit, they're in our hearts, they're in our prayers, they're in this building and I would like to ask everybody to take a moment and hold them inside of you and share our strength and our support with their families. We never imagined in a million years we'd have to start the show like this, never, never, never. So we wanted to do something that could describe a tiny bit how we all feel right now."
She then brought Boyz II Men out on stage to join her for a performance of "It's So Hard to Say Goodbye to Yesterday," before the camera panned to both of Kobe's retired jerseys, which hang inside the Staples Center.
She later sat at the piano again, saying Kobe loved music and adding that "he would want us to keep the vibrations high."
One of the most fun moments of the night actually went down on the red carpet, as "Pose" star Billy Porter once again treated us all to one of his perfectly over-the-top looks.
The actor showed up to the event rocking a blue, sparkly, fringe-covered jumpsuit from Baja East and a hat to match. While the look alone would be a show-stopper, the hat's fringe pulled opened to reveal his perfectly made-up face. It was something special!
Lizzo lead the pack heading into the Grammys, with eight nominations. She already picked up two trophies before the official show actually began and then won the first award of the night, Best Pop Solo Performance.
While she was rooting for Beyonce and mouthing the singer's name when the category was announced, she flipped when her own name was called. The censors hit her hard, bleeping out a few of her celebratory remarks as she hit the podium. Calling her win both "unexpected" and "really cool," she referred to Kobe's death during her speech.
"I be lost in my problems, stressed out and in an instant all of that can go away and your priorities really shift. Today, all of my little problems I thought were big of the world were gone," she said. "I realize there are people hurting right now and you guys create beautiful music, you create connectivity. We need to continue to reach out, this is the beginning of making music that moves people again, that liberates people."
"Let's continue to reach out, hold each other down and lift each other up!"
Lizzo dropping f-bombs while she accepts the first Grammy of the decade is my sexual orientation.#GRAMMYs
Tyler, the Creator certainly had people talking when he hit the stage to perform his songs "EARFQUAKE" and "NEW MAGIC WAND."
Dressed as his Igor alter-ego and flanked by an army of dancers rocking the same outfit, he literally made the earth shake, before the stage burst into flames. It was weird, it was entertaining and it was unlike anything else we saw all night.
He later picked up the trophy for Best Rap Album, with his clearly emotional mother joining him on stage.
Usher was tapped to front a Prince tribute and he did not disappoint. Rocking a sparkly blazer, an open dress shirt and leather pants, the singer was feeling himself as he performed a medley of the Purple One's biggest hits.
Rolling through "Little Red Corvette," "When Doves Cry" and "Kiss," he was flanked by both Sheila E and FKA Twigs - for one helluva performance. While some loved Twigs' dance moves, others wondered why she didn't get a mic too.
Camila Cabello's dad is Mexican who moved to Cuba then the US. He is the story of immigrants who do everything to give their children a better life than they had. I can only imagine what Mr. Cabello is feeling tonight. pic.twitter.com/6IKtdChUhD
Ariana Grande performed a medley of her hits ending with "Thank U, Next" -- but sang a different version of the song than we've heard before. Instead of the lyrics referring to their at one time-strained relationship, the new ones had a more hopeful tone.
While the original song goes, "One day I'll walk down the aisle / holding hands with my mama / I'll be thanking my dad / 'cause she grew from the drama," she changed the last line to say, "cuz he's really awesome."
Both her parents joined her at this year's event.
what a beautiful strong emotional passionate heartbreaking heartwarming generous beautiful magnificent performance ariana. i love you with all of my heart. i am so incredibly proud! 🥰 #GRAMMYs
ariana fucking grande showed up to the grammys with the best outfit, most iconic performance of the night and now all that's left is for her to collect the awards she deserves. pic.twitter.com/3Un1xIv0Vs
You can hear the pain the hurt she has been through, ariana I love you for how strong you have been & sharing your moments with us letting us help you, thankyou for existing & being a wonderful loving human pic.twitter.com/z9PvmrgrBp
Aerosmith had some serious drama leading up to their Grammy performance, as they refused to let longtime drummer Joey Kramer rejoin the band following a break for an "illness." They claimed he wasn't up to snuff, he filed a lawsuit, but they all reunited at MusiCares event this weekend.
Joey didn't join, but Run DMC did as the group performed "Walk This Way" during the telecast. The number also had a special shoutout to Bryant.
Lil Nas X brought the house down with a medley of "Old Town Road" remixes. He started the song solo -- with a Kobe Bryant 24 jersey on stage with him -- before he was joined by the boys of BTS for "Seoul Town Road." He then switched it up again and was joined by yodeler Mason Ramsey and Billy Ray Cyrus, for their own version of the song.
With that, Lil Nas X switched outfits, came out in a black latex number that would make Neo jealous and performed "Rodeo" with "Big Nas," better known as just Nas.
Lil Nas X on this stage with Nas right now is a big fucking deal.
To see this hip-hop legend embrace an openly gay rapper on the #GRAMMYs state just put a tear in my eyes.
Demi Lovato made a triumphant return to the stage to sing a song she originally recorded just four days before her 2018 drug overdose. Titled "Anyone," the song is about someone searching for a connection.
The singer got choked up, started crying and had to start over again.
"I tried to talk to my piano, I tried to talk to my guitar, talk to my imagination, confided into alcohol," she began. "100 million stories and 100 million songs, I feel stupid when I sing, nobody's listening to me. Nobody's listening."
"I talk to shooting stars, but they always get it wrong," the lyrics continued. "I feel stupid when I pray, why should I pray anyway if nobody's listening. Anyone, please send me anyone, lord is there anyone, I need someone."
She got a standing ovation after the performance.
i am very grateful demi lovato is who she is. her music is few of the ones that rlly speaks to me.
The tributes continued when DJ Khaled, John Legend, YG, Meek Mikk, Roddy Ricch and Kirk Franklin assembled on stage for a special performance in celebration of the late, great Nipsey Hussle.
Hours before the performance, with Kobe Bryant's death was confirmed, Legend actually tweeted about losing both icons from inside the Staples Center. "I'm so sad and stunned right now. In Staples Arena, where Kobe created so many memories for all of us, preparing to pay tribute to another brilliant man we lost too soon, Nipsey Hussle. Life can be so brutal and senseless sometimes. Hold on to your loved ones. We miss you, Kobe."
The performance ended with a special shoutout to Bryant, as a photo of the two of them was shown on the screen. Hussle was also honored with his first Grammy win, for Best Rap Performance, before the telecast.
Between the passing of Kobe, his beautiful daughter, the other lives lost in the crash & this Nipsey tribute bringing the hurt back again... I am all cried out...simply numb! Father God please cover the families & friends. Give them strength & peace Lord 🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽
He's the Prince of Darkness and she's his queen but instead of presenting the award for Rock album, Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne hit the stage to hand out the trophy for Best Rap/Sung Performance.
It was pretty clear Sharon had no idea who most of the nominees were -- or how to say winner DJ Khaled's name -- and while it could have come across as somewhat insulting, she nailed it and clearly won over Twitter.
## Billie Eilish Doesn't Feel WorthyIt was a huge night for Billie Eilish, who picked up wins in four of the eight categories she was nominated in on Sunday and became the youngest artist ever to win Album of the Year. As she and her brother Finneas O'Connell made their way on stage ... again ... to collect that trophy, Eilish explained how she felt Ariana Grande actually deserved the win for "Thank U, Next." "Can I just say that I think Ariana deserves this," she said as the camera cut to Grande in the audience. "Thank U Next... and I think it deserves [it] more than anything in the world." Grande was gracious as ever, telling her, "No, No!" and blowing her a kiss.