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        For any music lover, GRAMMY Sunday is very much like the Super Bowl or World Series to a sports fanatic.

        The only difference being, while sports teams typically find out who will be the final competition within a week or two of the showdown, GRAMMY nominations arrive months prior to the big show. The ceremony is arguably a culmination of all of that energy and anticipation. The 60th GRAMMY Awards was no different, as James Corden returned to host the Music's Biggest Night.

        Returning to Madison Square Garden for the first time in 15 years, the milestone telecast proved to be a celebration that broke down barriers — with the wins, performances, and acceptance speeches showing that the power of music can literally change the world.

        Of course, the GRAMMYs' return to the Big Apple was cause enough for excitement. (Cut to Tony Bennett and John Legend singing "New York, New York" before presenting Best Rap/Sung Performance). And there was Bruno Mars netting six wins and nearly doubling his career output to 11 in one fell swoop. But there was plenty of excitement to go around.

        Whether you were there, watching on TV or live streaming, here are 12 moments from the 60th GRAMMY Awards that made it a night to remember.

        1. Kendrick Lamar, U2, Dave Chappelle Open With An Army

        Kendrick Lamar has a steady track record of impactful performances on the GRAMMYs, and this time he opened the ceremony with a groundbreaking performance before winning the first award of the evening for Best Rap/Sung Performance ("LOYALTY." with Rihanna). Opening with "XXX" before an American flag backdrop and U.S. soldiers marching, the rapper was joined by U2's Bono and The Edge. A war simulation followed before Dave Chappelle hit the stage to punctuate segues in between heated musical vignettes performed by Lamar. It was history in the making, much like everything he touches.

        2. Lady Gaga's Tearjerker Performance with Mark Ronson

        "This is for love and compassion …even when you can't understand," Lady Gaga uttered before a white piano wrapped in lace as she opened her performance with "Joanne." Mark Ronson assisted on guitar as the acoustic set segued into another moving ballad, "Million Reasons." The emotional performance was poignant, but most importantly showed Gaga's unreal vocal range. It's OK if you shed a tear while watching. We were all cutting onions when it happened.

        3. James Corden Rapping For Jay-Z

        If you watch "The Late Late Show With James Corden" or are tuned into any episode of his "Carpool Karaoke" series, you'll know that Corden was the perfect return host for this year's telecast. On the eve of the show, Jay-Z was honored at the Pre-GRAMMY Gala and Corden informed the crowd, but began riddling off his knowledge of Jay-Z facts — including Jay’s former apartment address of 560 State Street in Brooklyn. Corden then launched into spitting a few bars for an amused Mr. Carter. "You call it the Big Apple, I call it the Concrete Jungle where dreams are made of …just something I made up," Corden joked.

        4. Bruno Mars And Cardi B's #TBT Performance Of "Finesse (Remix)"

        A few weeks back — when the video for Bruno Mars' remix to "Finesse" featuring Cardi B hit the internet — we were all bit by the nostalgia bug. The video (directed by Mars himself) was not only a clear nod to the sketch comedy series "In Living Color," but it was also a Polaroid of a bygone era of ‘90s R&B and hip-hop—complete with bright colors. Cardi B donned a legendary Cross Colours bucket hat with Mars dancing onstage like a New Jack Swing-era frontman before a dance-off to House Of Pain’s "Jump Around." It was #ThrowbackThursday on a Sunday night.

        5. Alessia Cara Claims Best New Artist

        "I've been pretend winning GRAMMYs since I was a kid in the shower," Alessia Cara said with a shaky voice before a towering microphone as she accepted her first GRAMMY. While the Canadian was already considered a strong candidate for the award, the competition was fierce — including SZA and newcomer Julia Michaels. But as Cara continued into her speech, she acknowledged and showed support for her peers, which included her fellow nominees and indie acts. "Support real music and real artists," she said. Then she thanked her fans, because there will be no more pretend GRAMMYs in the shower from now on.

        6. Luis Fonsi, Daddy Yankee Bring On More "Despacito"

        Over the course of 2017, the infectious "Despacito" hasn't left our brains. Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee hit the stage to perform the diamond-certified single and brought former Miss Universe Zuleyka Rivera in two. Rivera also appeared in the music video, but took center stage to dance amid a mock club scene. "That is a catchy song. I've never heard that song before," Corden deadpanned after the performance.

        7. "Subway Carpool Karaoke"

        Corden's viral "Carpool Karaoke" series made a cameo during the evening. How could it not? This time, however, it was a special "Subway Carpool Karaoke," featuring Corden, Sting and Shaggy. The former Police frontman couldn't even get through "Every Breath You Take" before being shushed by a construction worker on the train. And Shaggy barely sang "It Wasn't Me" before another passenger hushed even Corden. Then a fight broke out on the train and Corden got a bloody nose. It was a dangerous karaoke scene. You had to be there.

        8. Janelle Monáe Says #TimesUp, Kesha Sings #MeToo

        All one has to do is read the news in recent months to know that injustice to women is no longer an option across industries. As Janelle Monáe introduced Kesha's performance of "Praying," she delivered a powerful speech hooked to the sexual harassment initiative Time's Up. "We are also daughters, wives, mothers, sisters, humans," Monáe told the crowd. "We come in peace, but we mean business." When Kesha hit the stage, her performance was that much more intense, especially understanding all she's been through in the music industry. With Cyndi Lauper, Camila Cabello, Bebe Rexha, Julia Michaels, and Andra Day joining on background vocals, the performance ended with the women hugging and in tears. They weren't alone.

        9. Elton John, Miley Cyrus Transcend Generations Onstage

        Elton John's "Tiny Dancer" is one of those classic songs that can bring you immediately back to a moment or an era (or a movie scene, like that bus ride in Almost Famous). However, tonight a new moment was made with Miley Cyrus. With John seated at his piano, he opened the song and Cyrus joined to help carry the song home. While the "Wrecking Ball" singer is no stranger to classic music — especially given her godmother is Dolly Parton — this performance was particularly special. Call it onstage chemistry, or call it bridging the gap, but this "Tiny Dancer" performance was one for the ages.

        10. Ben Platt, Patti LuPone Wow With Broadway Style

        This special Leonard Bernstein-Andrew Lloyd Webber tribute kicked off properly, as Ben Platt from "Dear Evan Hansen" gave the audience a rousing dose of "Somewhere" from the former's "West Side Story." But as James Corden could barely stand as he introduced Patti LuPone, we soon found out why. LuPone delivered a riveting rendition of “Don't Cry For Me Argentina" from Evita. Posted at a podium, just as the musical/movie depicts, she belted like it was her first time singing the song and it was our first time hearing it.

        11. Logic, Khalid, Alessia Cara Bring Hope

        There's a reason why "1-800-273-8255" was nominated for Song Of The Year. The powerful track comes with a real message of suicide prevention. When the trifecta of Logic, Khalid, and Alessia Cara hit the stage to perform the monumental hit single, there was no denying the magic. Performing on opposite stages before an army of survivors in "You Are Not Alone" shirts, Logic addressed the crowd and closed the performance with a speech pointing out many societal injustices — from the treatment of women to neighbors from other countries. There are no weak individuals, per Logic, just people waiting to realize the power of their voice.

        12. Bruno Mars' Magical Evening: 6 For 6

        Bruno Mars emerged above the stiff competition in Album Of The Year, taking home the final GRAMMY of the evening for 24K Magic. The nod topped off a GRAMMY sweep for the Hawaii native, with Mars winning all six categories for which he was nominated. He also earned R&B Album, Record Of The Year for "24K Magic," Best R&B Performance, Best R&B Song and Song Of The Year for "That's What I Like." As he explained in his Album Of The Year speech, Mars' mission was to spread love and he did just that — even shouting out previous greats like Babyface who paved the way for him.

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          Christopher Brody Brown, James Fauntleroy, Philip Lawrence, Bruno Mars, Ray Charles McCullough II, Jeremy Reeves, Ray Romulus & Jonathan Yip, songwriters (Bruno Mars)

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          Ed Sheeran

          Best Pop Duo/Group Performance Facebook Twitter Email winner Feel It Still

          Portugal. The Man

          Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album Facebook Twitter Email winner Tony Bennett Celebrates 90

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          Ed Sheeran

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          Best Dance Recording Facebook Twitter Email winner Tonite

          LCD Soundsystem

          James Murphy, producer. James Murphy, mixer

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          Serge Gräfe, engineer/mixer

          Best Contemporary Instrumental Album Facebook Twitter Email winner Prototype

          Jeff Lorber Fusion

          Peter Mokran, engineer/mixer

          Best Rock Performance Facebook Twitter Email winner You Want It Darker

          Leonard Cohen

          Best Metal Performance Facebook Twitter Email winner Sultan’s Curse

          Mastodon

          Best Rock Song Facebook Twitter Email winner Run

          Foo Fighters (Dave Grohl, Taylor Hawkins, Rami Jaffee, Nate Mendel, Chris Shiflett & Pat Smear), songwriters (Foo Fighters)

          Best Rock Album Facebook Twitter Email winner A Deeper Understanding

          The War On Drugs

          Shawn Everett, engineer/mixer

          Best Alternative Music Album Facebook Twitter Email winner Sleep Well Beast

          The National

          David Chalmin, Peter Katis, Jonathan Low & Sean O'Brien, engineers/mixers

          Best R&B Performance Facebook Twitter Email winner That's What I Like

          Bruno Mars

          Best Traditional R&B Performance Facebook Twitter Email winner Redbone

          Childish Gambino

          Best R&B Song Facebook Twitter Email winner That's What I Like

          Christopher Brody Brown, James Fauntleroy, Ray Charles McCullough II, Philip Lawrence, Bruno Mars, Jeremy Reeves, Ray Romulus & Jonathan Yip, songwriters (Bruno Mars)

          Best Urban Contemporary Album Facebook Twitter Email winner Starboy

          The Weeknd

          Circut, Doc McKinney & The Weeknd, producers; Serban Ghenea, John Hanes, Doc McKinney & Josh Smith, engineers/mixers

          Best R&B Album Facebook Twitter Email winner 24K Magic

          Bruno Mars

          Shampoo Press & Curl, producers; Serban Ghenea, John Hanes & Charles Moniz, engineers/mixers

          Best Rap Performance Facebook Twitter Email winner HUMBLE.

          Kendrick Lamar

          Best Rap/Sung Performance Facebook Twitter Email winner , LOYALTY.

          Kendrick Lamar Featuring Rihanna

          Best Rap Song Facebook Twitter Email winner HUMBLE.

          Kendrick Duckworth, Asheton Hogan, Michael Williams II & Anthony Tiffith, songwriters (Kendrick Lamar)

          Best Rap Album Facebook Twitter Email winner DAMN.

          Kendrick Lamar

          Sounwave & Anthony "Topdawg" Tiffith, producers; Derek "MixedByAli" Ali, James "The White Black Man" Hunt & Matt Schaeffer, engineers/mixers

          Best Country Solo Performance Facebook Twitter Email winner Either Way

          Chris Stapleton

          Best Country Duo/Group Performance Facebook Twitter Email winner Better Man

          Little Big Town

          Best Country Song Facebook Twitter Email winner Broken Halos

          Mike Henderson & Chris Stapleton, songwriters (Chris Stapleton)

          Best Country Album Facebook Twitter Email winner From A Room: Volume 1

          Chris Stapleton

          Dave Cobb & Chris Stapleton, producers; Vance Powell, engineer/mixer

          Best New Age Album Facebook Twitter Email winner Dancing On Water

          Peter Kater

          Peter Kater, producer; Peter Kater, engineer/mixer

          Best Improvised Jazz Solo Facebook Twitter Email winner Miles Beyond

          John McLaughlin, soloist

          Best Jazz Vocal Album Facebook Twitter Email winner Dreams And Daggers

          Cécile McLorin Salvant

          Al Pryor & Cécile McLorin Salvant, producers; Todd Whitelock & Damon Whittemore, engineers/mixers

          Best Jazz Instrumental Album Facebook Twitter Email winner Rebirth

          Billy Childs

          Billy Childs, producer; Rich Breen, engineer/mixer

          Best Large Jazz Ensemble Album Facebook Twitter Email winner Bringin' It

          Christian McBride Big Band

          Todd Whitelock, engineer/mixer

          Best Latin Jazz Album Facebook Twitter Email winner Jazz Tango

          Pablo Ziegler Trio

          Kabir Sehgal, producer

          Best Gospel Performance/Song Facebook Twitter Email winner Never Have To Be Alone

          CeCe Winans; Dwan Hill & Alvin Love III, songwriters

          Best Contemporary Christian Music Performance/Song Facebook Twitter Email winner What A Beautiful Name

          Hillsong Worship; Ben Fielding & Brooke Ligertwood, songwriters

          Best Gospel Album Facebook Twitter Email winner Let Them Fall In Love

          CeCe Winans

          Alvin Love III & Tommy Sims, producers; Jimmy Douglass, Ben Kane & Vance Powell, engineers/mixers

          Best Contemporary Christian Music Album Facebook Twitter Email winner Chain Breaker

          Zach Williams

          Jonathan Smith, producer; Jon Kaplan, Buckley Miller, Jonathan Smith, Colby Wedgeworth & Mark Zellmer, engineers/mixers

          Best Roots Gospel Album Facebook Twitter Email winner Sing It Now: Songs Of Faith & Hope

          Reba McEntire

          Reba McEntire & Doug Sisemore, producers; Sean Neff & Todd Tidwell, engineers/mixers

          Best Latin Pop Album Facebook Twitter Email winner El Dorado

          Shakira

          Shakira, producer; Carlos Hernandez Carbonell & Dave Clauss, engineers/mixers

          Best Latin Rock, Urban or Alternative Album Facebook Twitter Email winner Residente

          Residente

          Residente, producer; Rafael Arcaute, Beatriz Artola, Tom Elmhirst & Phil Joly, engineers/mixers

          Best Regional Mexican Music Album (Including Tejano) Facebook Twitter Email winner Arriero Somos Versiones Acústicas

          Aida Cuevas

          Rodrigo Cuevas, producer; Rodrigo Cuevas, Gael Hedding & Acradio Hernández, engineers/mixers

          Best Tropical Latin Album Facebook Twitter Email winner Salsa Big Band

          Rubén Blades Con Roberto Delgado & Orquesta

          Pablo Governatori & Ignacio Molino, engineers/mixers

          Best American Roots Performance Facebook Twitter Email winner Killer Diller Blues

          Alabama Shakes

          Best American Roots Song Facebook Twitter Email winner If We Were Vampires

          Jason Isbell, songwriter (Jason Isbell And The 400 Unit)

          Best Americana Album Facebook Twitter Email winner The Nashville Sound

          Jason Isbell And The 400 Unit

          Dave Cobb, producer; Matt Ross-Spang, engineer/mixer

          Best Bluegrass Album Facebook Twitter Email winner Laws Of Gravity

          The Infamous Stringdusters

          Billy Hume & The Infamous Stringdusters, producers; Billy Hume, engineer/mixer

          winner All The Rage - In Concert Volume One [Live]

          Rhonda Vincent And The Rage

          Rhonda Vincent And The Rage, producers; Joey Crawford & Joe Martino, engineers/mixers

          Best Traditional Blues Album Facebook Twitter Email winner Blue & Lonesome

          The Rolling Stones

          Don Was, producer; Krish Sharma, engineer/mixer

          Best Contemporary Blues Album Facebook Twitter Email winner TajMo

          Taj Mahal & Keb' Mo'

          Taj Mahal & Keb' Mo', producers; Zach Allen, John Caldwell, Ross Hogarth & Casey Wasner, engineers/mixers

          Best Folk Album Facebook Twitter Email winner Mental Illness

          Aimee Mann

          Paul Bryan, producer; Paul Bryan & Ryan Freeland, engineers/mixers

          Best Regional Roots Music Album Facebook Twitter Email winner Kalenda

          Lost Bayou Ramblers

          Best Reggae Album Facebook Twitter Email winner Stony Hill

          Damian "Jr. Gong" Marley

          Damian "Jr. Gong" Marley, producer; Marc Lee & Gennaro "Geronimo" Schiano, engineers/mixers

          Best World Music Album Facebook Twitter Email winner Shaka Zulu Revisited: 30th Anniversary Celebration

          Ladysmith Black Mambazo

          Mitch Goldstein & Ladysmith Black Mambazo, producers; Nonhlanhla Buthelezi & Mthandeni Mvelase, engineers/mixers

          Best Children's Album Facebook Twitter Email winner Feel What U Feel

          Lisa Loeb

          Rich Jacques & Lisa Loeb, producers; Rich Jacques & Brian Yaskulka, engineers/mixers

          Best Spoken Word Album (Includes Poetry, Audio Books & Storytelling) Facebook Twitter Email winner The Princess Diarist

          Carrie Fisher

          Dan Zitt, producer; Nikki Banks Maurer, engineer/mixer

          Best Comedy Album Facebook Twitter Email winner The Age Of Spin & Deep In The Heart Of Texas

          Dave Chappelle

          Rikki Hughes, Stan Lathan, Sina Sadighi, Carla Sims & Geof Wills, producers; Michael Abbott, engineer/mixer

          Best Musical Theater Album Facebook Twitter Email winner Dear Evan Hansen

          Laura Dreyfuss, Mike Faist, Rachel Bay Jones, Kristolyn Lloyd, Michael Park, Ben Platt, Will Roland & Jennifer Laura Thompson, principal soloists; Benj Pasek & Justin Paul, composers/lyricists; Pete Ganbarg, Alex Lacamoire, Stacey Mindich, Benj Pasek & Justin Paul, producers; Neal Avron & Derik Lee, engineers/mixers (Original Broadway Cast Recording)

          Best Compilation Soundtrack For Visual Media Facebook Twitter Email winner La La Land

          (Various Artists)

          Justin Hurwitz & Marius de Vries, compilation producers; Steven Gizicki, music supervisor; Nicholai Baxter, engineer/mixer

          Best Score Soundtrack For Visual Media Facebook Twitter Email winner La La Land

          Justin Hurwitz, composer; Justin Hurwitz, producer; Nicholai Baxter, engineer/mixer (Justin Hurwitz)

          Best Song Written For Visual Media Facebook Twitter Email winner How Far I'll Go

          Lin-Manuel Miranda, songwriter (Auli'i Cravalho)

          Best Instrumental Composition Facebook Twitter Email winner Three Revolutions

          Arturo O'Farrill, composer (Arturo O'Farrill & Chucho Valdés)

          Best Arrangement, Instrumental or A Cappella Facebook Twitter Email winner Escapades For Alto Saxophone And Orchestra From Catch Me If You Can

          John Williams, arranger (John Williams)

          Best Arrangement, Instruments and Vocals Facebook Twitter Email winner Putin

          Randy Newman, arranger (Randy Newman)

          Best Recording Package Facebook Twitter Email winner El Orisha De La Rosa

          Carlos Dussán, Juliana Jaramillo, Juan Felipe Martínez & Claudio Roncoli, art directors (Magín Díaz)

          winner Pure Comedy (Deluxe Edition)

          Sasha Barr, Ed Steed & Josh Tillman, art directors (Father John Misty)

          Best Boxed Or Special Limited Edition Package Facebook Twitter Email winner The Voyager Golden Record: 40th Anniversary Edition

          Lawrence Azerrad, Timothy Daly & David Pescovitz, art directors (Various Artists)

          Best Album Notes Facebook Twitter Email winner Live At The Whisky A Go Go: The Complete Recordings

          Lynell George, album notes writer (Otis Redding)

          Best Historical Album Facebook Twitter Email winner Leonard Bernstein - The Composer

          Robert Russ, compilation producer; Martin Kistner & Andreas K. Meyer, mastering engineers (Leonard Bernstein)

          Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical Facebook Twitter Email winner 24K Magic

          Serban Ghenea, John Hanes & Charles Moniz, engineers; Tom Coyne, mastering engineer (Bruno Mars)

          Producer Of The Year, Non-Classical Facebook Twitter Email winner Greg Kurstin Best Remixed Recording Facebook Twitter Email winner You Move (Latroit Remix)

          Dennis White, remixer

          Best Surround Sound Album Facebook Twitter Email winner Early Americans

          Jim Anderson, surround mix engineer; Darcy Proper, surround mastering engineer; Jim Anderson & Jane Ira Bloom, surround producers (Jane Ira Bloom)

          Best Engineered Album, Classical Facebook Twitter Email winner Shostakovich: Symphony No. 5; Barber: Adagio

          Mark Donahue, engineer (Manfred Honeck & Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra)

          Producer Of The Year, Classical Facebook Twitter Email winner David Frost Best Orchestral Performance Facebook Twitter Email winner Shostakovich: Symphony No. 5; Barber: Adagio

          Manfred Honeck, conductor; Dirk Sobotka, producer; Mark Donahue, engineer (Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra)

          Best Opera Recording Facebook Twitter Email winner Berg: Wozzeck

          Hans Graf, conductor. Hans Graf, producer. Anne Schwanewilms & Roman Trekel, soloists (Chorus Of Students And Alumni, Shepherd School Of Music, Rice University & Houston Grand Opera Children's Chorus; Houston Symphony)

          Best Choral Performance Facebook Twitter Email winner Bryars: The Fifth Century

          Donald Nally, conductor; Andreas K. Meyer & Paul Vazquez, engineers (The Crossing; PRISM Quartet)

          Best Chamber Music/Small Ensemble Performance Facebook Twitter Email winner Death & The Maiden

          Patricia Kopatchinskaja, conductor/soloist; The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra; Blanton Alspaugh, producer; John Newton, engineer; Mark Donahue, engineer/mixer

          Best Classical Instrumental Solo Facebook Twitter Email winner Transcendental

          Daniil Trifonov; Sid McLauchlan, producer; Marcus Herzog, engineer

          Best Classical Solo Vocal Album Facebook Twitter Email winner Crazy Girl Crazy

          Barbara Hannigan, soloist; Guido Tichelman, producer; Bastiaan Kuijt, engineer (Ludwig Orchestra)

          Best Classical Compendium Facebook Twitter Email winner Higdon: All Things Majestic, Viola Concerto & Oboe Concerto

          Giancarlo Guerrero, conductor; Tim Handley, producer; Gary Call, engineer

          Best Contemporary Classical Composition Facebook Twitter Email winner Viola Concerto

          Jennifer Higdon, composer (Roberto Díaz, Giancarlo Guerrero & Nashville Symphony)

          Best Music Video Facebook Twitter Email winner HUMBLE.

          Kendrick Lamar

          The Little Homies & Dave Meyers, video directors; Jason Baum, Dave Free, Jamie Rabineau, Nathan K. Scherrer & Anthony Tiffith, video producers

          Best Music Film Facebook Twitter Email winner The Defiant Ones

          Various Artists

          Allen Hughes, video director; Sarah Anthony, Fritzi Horstman, Broderick Johnson, Gene Kirkwood, Andrew Kosove, Laura Lancaster, Michael Lombardo, Jerry Longarzo, Doug Pray & Steven Williams, video producers