- Taylor Swift, not one to avoid controversy, used her acceptance speech for album of the year to note that she is the first woman to win it twice, and to tell other women to stand up for themselves (and to Kanye West). The message either resonated or fell really, really flat with viewers. Also, people were mad she beat out Kendrick Lamar.
- — Reading Eagle Life (@REagleLife)Tue, Feb 16 2016 04:28:06Taylor Swift, first woman to win album of the year award twice, tells other young women artists to focus on the work. Grammys RE.
- — Peter van der Does (@petervanderdoes)Tue, Feb 16 2016 04:26:59It’s crazy that no woman has won Album of the Year twice before Taylor Swift tonight. Just think about all the women before her. #GRAMMYs
- — Gabriella Rossillo (@grossillo)Tue, Feb 16 2016 04:25:34Women making fun of Taylor swift right now are obviously really bitter. Did you not just hear what she just said!! Empower each other
- And after T. Swift spoke directly to all the young women out there, the show closed with a Pitbull and Robin Thicke performance. Filled with scantily clad women (one of them was Sofia Vergara). Bad segue.
- — Kielty Wintersteen (@killty24)Tue, Feb 16 2016 04:28:51How to kill Taylor Swift's awesome feminist bomb speech? Put Robin Thicke and Pitbull on stage while having women dance around them. Ew
- — Nicole. (@yarnaesthetic)Tue, Feb 16 2016 04:29:14Minutes following Taylor Swift's empowerment speech to young girls, out come dozens of women dressed as sexy taxi cabs. Progress. #Grammys
- Mark Ronson feat. Bruno Mars won Record of the Year for "Uptown Funk." Here's Bruno celebrating with Ed Sheeran, who won song of the year for "Thinking Out Loud."
- 12-year-old Joey Alexander -- a prodigy in jazz piano -- took the Grammy stage like it was no big deal.
Highlights, performances from the 2016 Grammys
This year's Grammy Awards featured performances from Adele, Taylor Swift, The Weeknd and Lady Gaga to name a few. Here's a recap of the most memorable moments from Monday night's show.