Taylor Swift, Kendrick Lamar, and Ed Sheeran were the key winners last night at the Staples Center in Los Angeles at the 58th Grammy Awards ceremony.

Taylor Swift wins Album of the Year for the second time

Swift won Album of the Year for her best-selling album "1989," beating Chris Stapleton, Kendrick Lamar, the Weeknd, and Alabama Shakes. She also won best pop vocal album and best music video for her track "Bad Blood." In her speech, she pointed out that she has made history in being the only woman to win the Album of the Year award twice.

Rapper Kendrick Lamar wins five Grammy Awards

Rapper Kendrick Lamar was the biggest winner of the night, winning five awards. He won awards for best Rap album for "To Pimp a Butterfly," as well as rap performance and rap song for "Alright," rap/sung collaboration, and best music video for "Bad Blood," which he shared with Taylor Swift.


Kendrick Lamar delivered a fiery performance, and had received 11 nominations (beating Eminem’s record as the rapper with the most nominations in a single night).

Sheeran wins first Grammy

British singer Ed Sheeran also won his first two Grammy Awards for song of the year and best pop solo performance for his hit "Thinking Out Loud." He said that he wrote this song on a couch in his house with Amy Wadge. He added that his parents had been attending the Grammy's every year for the last four years and every time he lost he kept telling them that he would try it next time.

Other winners

Alabama Shakes won three awards -- one for best alternative music album and the other two for best rock song and rock performance for their song "Don't Wanna Fight." Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars won two awards for their hit "Uptown Funk," including record of the year.

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The Weeknd won two Grammys for best urban contemporary album and best R&B performance, as the best new artist award went to Meghan Trainor. Tony Bennett received his 18th Grammy for best traditional pop vocal album. Justin Bieber picked up his first Grammy for his collaboration with Skrillex and Diplo, winning best dance recording for "Where Are U Now." British rock band Muse won best rock album for "Drones."

In addition, Lady Gaga paid a tribute to David Bowie with a hectic mash-up of his most famous hits. The ceremony was filled with tributes to the many legends that have passed away in recent weeks and months. Adele’s return to the stage was unfortunately marred by technical difficulties, with her mic cutting out and other problems making her sound off-key during her time on stage.