The 59th annual Grammy Awards took place Sunday night from the Staples Center in Los Angeles. Adele opened the show by singing her hit song, "Hello." After her performance, host James Corden took the stage to kick off the awards show.

A night full of awards and performances

Jennifer Lopez gave out the first award for Best New Artist. Kelsea Ballerini, The Chainsmokers, Chance the Rapper, Maren Morris, and Anderson Paak were all nominated in this category, but it was Chance the Rapper who took home the Grammy.

The Weeknd and Daft Punk took the stage next and performed "I Feel it Coming." The next performance was introduced by John Travolta.

The actor welcomed Carrie Underwood and Keith Urban to the stage, and the pair sang "Fighter." Following that performance came Nick Jonas, who gave the Award for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance. That Grammy went to Twenty One Pilots for "Stressed Out."

Ed Sheeran sang next, and awed the audience with his new song, "Shape of You." Icon David Bowie received the next Grammy of the night for Best Rock Award. Ryan Seacrest introduced the next performers, who were Kelsea Ballerini and Lukas Graham, singing "Peter Pan" and "7 Years." After that, the mother of Beyonce came on stage to introduce her daughter, who performed a medley of "Love Drought" and Sandcastles," for which she received a standing ovation.

The Grammy for Best Country Solo Performance went to Maren Morris. Then Bruno Mars and his crew were up and performed "That's What I Like." Country band Little Big Town started the next segment of the show, singing a quick bit of Katy Perry's "Teenage Dream." Then the band introduced Perry and she sang her new song, "Chained to the Rhythm."

William Bell and Gary Clark Jr., both dressed head to toe in all black, performed "Born Under a Bad Sign." After the song, they presented Beyonce with the award for Best Urban Contemporary Album for her latest album, "Lemonade." Alicia Keys and Maren Morris paired up and their powerful voices sang an unforgettabe rendition of "Once."

Tribute to George Michael

A tribute to the late George Michael silenced the crowd as Adele sang Michael's "Fast Love." After a minute or so into the song, Adele had to stop and restart the song, wanting to get it right for him.

It turned out to be a beautiful and emotional tribute to the musician.

Back to the awards, Chance the Rapper won the next one for Best Rap Album. Then things got rocking with Lady Gaga and Metallica sharing the stage for a high energy performance. After that, Country music legend Dwight Yoakam introduced his friend and musician Sturgill Simpson.

Demi Lovato, Tori Kelly, Little Big Town and Andra Day took turns singing Bee Gee's songs as a tribute to the the band, and to the 40th anniversary of "Saturday Night Fever." After that, Celion Dion came out to present one of the biggest awards of the year, Song of the Year. The Grammy went to Adele for "Hello."

The final tribute of the night was for Prince. The Grammy's went all-out for this tribute, and everyone in attendance was on their feet dancing as the Staples Center was filled with the late musicians' music. The final two awards of the night went to Adele for Record of the Year for "Hello," and Album of the Year for her album, "25."