In pictures: An historic night at the 63rd Grammy Awards

In Pictures: An Historic Night At The 63Rd Grammy Awards In Pictures: An Historic Night At The 63Rd Grammy Awards
Megan Thee Stallion, © AP/Press Association Images
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Keiran Southern, PA Los Angeles Correspondent

Women dominated at the 63rd Grammy Awards and won in the big four categories.

An early win for Megan Thee Stallion was followed by a surprise victory for H.E.R. before Taylor Swift and Billie Eilish also triumphed.

Beyonce made history of her own while Harry Styles made sure it was not a complete washout for the men.

Here are the Grammys in pictures:

The usual glitz and glamour of music’s biggest night was stripped back due to the pandemic but stars still gathered in downtown Los Angeles (Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP)

Country music star Maren Morris – who performed during the ceremony – added a splash of glamour to the red carpet (Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP)

Brandi Carlile performed a tribute to late singer-songwriter John Prine during the In Memoriam section to remember stars lost in the last year (Chris Pizzello/AP)

Harry Styles – dressed in his usual flamboyant manner – won his first Grammy, taking home best pop solo performance for Watermelon Sugar (Chris Pizzello/AP)

Trevor Noah was on hosting duties and addressed viewers from the outdoor area where nominees were seated (Chris Pizzello/AP)

Beyonce – seated with husband Jay-Z – wore a mask to attend the Grammys, which ultimately proved a history-making night for the pop titan (Chris Pizzello/AP)

H.E.R., left, and Tiara Thomas won song of the year for I Can’t Breathe and joined the other female stars who won a big four award (Chris Pizzello/AP)

An emotional Megan Thee Stallion won best new artist, the latest highpoint of a meteoric rise (Chris Pizzello/AP)

Beyonce won best R&B performance for Black Parade, on a night she became the most awarded female star in Grammys history (Chris Pizzello/AP)

Picture to (not) burn: The joyous moment Taylor Swift realised she had won album of the year was caught on camera (AChris Pizzello/AP)

Swift, pictured with her collaborators Jack Antonoff, left, and Aaron Dessner, picked up her third album of the year prize (Chris Pizzello/AP)

And completing a night of dazzling success for women, Billie Eilish won her second successive record of the year award, this time for Everything I Wanted (Chris Pizzello/AP)


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