Bruno Mars was the big winner at the 60th Grammy Awards on Sunday night, winning the album, record and song of the year categories. Mars won six awards in total while rapper Kendrick Lamar won five. Jay-Z was nominated in eight categories but failed to win an award. Leonard Cohen, who died in 2016, was posthumously given the award for best rock performance for his final record, You Want It Darker.
The ceremony, hosted by James Corden at New York’s Madison Square Garden, featured performances by Emmylou Harris, Lady Gaga and Kesha. Hillary Clinton also appeared, in a video skit in which celebrities read from Michael Woolf’s Donald Trump book, Fire and Fury. For a full list of winners, go here.