Taylor Swift and Kendrick Lamar sweep awards at The Grammys


The 58th annual Grammy Awards took place last night (Monday 15th February), with big winners including the likes of Taylor Swift, Kendrick Lamar and Ed Sheeran.

Swift won the coveted title of Album of the Year for her tremendously successful album, 1989, which also won Best pop vocal album. The singer picked up a third award for Best Music Video in recognition of her star-packed visual for ‘Bad Blood.’


Our very own Ed Sheeran won his first ever grammy awards last night. (Image via Google)

Kendrick Lamar was the most successful winner of the night, winning a total of five awards including Best Rap Album. Meanwhile, Ed Sheeran won his first ever set of Grammys, picking up the awards for Song of the Year (‘Thinking Out Loud’) and Pop Solo Performance.

Other winners of the night included Meghan Trainor (Best New Artist), Muse (Best Rock Album), The Weeknd (Best Urban Contemporary Album and Best R&B Performance), and Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars, who won Record of the Year for their catchy mega-hit, ‘Uptown Funk.’

The night also saw a slew of live performances and tributes, including Lady Gaga’s revered tribute to the late David Bowie. In the five minute set, Gaga performed several Bowie classics including ‘Space Oddity’, ‘Fashion’, ‘Rebel Rebel’, ‘Let’s Dance’, ‘Heroes’ and ‘Changes.’

Justin Bieber and Adele also performed on the night, with the latter fazed by technical problems with her microphone.

The full list of winners can be found on the Grammy website. Watch Lady Gaga’s Bowie tribute in the video below.


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