People are still talking about the Grammy Awards that aired on CBS on Sunday, January 28. It was James Corden's second time hosting the awards show. As usual, people were talking about the best dressed and the worst dressed. However, most of the talk was about Bruno Mars, whose real name is Peter Gene Hernandez. The 32-year-old Honolulu, Hawaiian native was nominated for six coveted awards, and he walked away with every single one of them. Most of the information in this article comes from a report by Variety.

The talented singer and songwriter won three out of the four major categories for "That's How I Like It" and "24K Magic." Not only was Bruno Mars the biggest winner at the 60th Annual Grammys with six Grammys, he even had one of the night's best-received performances with newcomer rapper Cardi B.

Some people complained

Even though people were talking about Mars winning, not everyone was happy. Some complained that artists of color, especially rappers, should have won in some of the categories instead of Mars. Others argued that Mars is a person of color since he is a Hawaiian native and is of Puerto Rican and Filipino descent.

Some people told Kendrick Lamar he got robbed. They wanted him to win the award for the album of the year for the third time. A surprise reaction could be heard from the audience when Mars' name was called. It is shocking that people are complaining, because Lamar was the second biggest winner with five Grammys, just one less than Bruno.

Mars was also up against Jay-Z who has eight nominations, but Jay-Z didn't win anything.

People should not feel sorry for him because he already has 21 Grammys. His wife Beyonce has 20. That's a total of 41 Grammys for their mantle, in addition to many other trophies and awards.

Big winner

Mars was the winner for Album of the Year, Song of the Year, Record of the Year, Best R&B Song, Best R&B Album, and Best R&B Performance.

Therefore, he won in all of the categories he was nominated for. He has won many other awards during his music career. In total, he has received eleven Grammy awards and 16 nominations. He also has three Guinness World Records surrounding the 2015 Super Bowl halftime performance. In 2016, Mars received a Hollywood Walk of Fame star.

The singer, songwriter, record producer, and choreographer comes from a family of musicians. He has been in the music industry from an early age and his hard work is paying off. Now that Bruno knows that it can be done, there probably will be no stopping him.

Did you watch Sunday night's Grammy Awards?