Bruno Marswas the big winner at the 2018 Grammys taking home six awards including Best Song, Record, and Album.
And while Mars’ is known for making feel-good pop hits, the show didn’t shy away from politics as many other performers touched on issues like race, immigration, and the #MeToo movement.
Here are the five biggest moments you need to watch.
1. Kendrick Lamar’s Explosive Opening Number
While Kendrick Lamar took home 5 awards, many were upset he lost Album of the Year to Bruno Mars. Regardless, Lamar kicked off the Grammys in one of the most powerful performances of the night which included cameos from U2 and Dave Chappelle.
2. Bruno Mars & Cardi B Dripping in ’90s Finesse
We give Bruno Mars and Cardi B‘s “Finesse” performance – an homage to ’90s TV show In Living Color – two snaps up!
3. Hillary Clinton Reading ‘Fire & Fury’
HostJames Corden led a humorous skit that found celebrities like John Legend, Cher and Cardi B reading sections of Michael Wolff’s bestselling White House tell-all Fire and Fury. But it was the current President’s former opponent, Hillary Clinton, that got the biggest reaction.
4. Blue Ivy Steals the Show
It takes a strong personality to overshadow two music giants like Jay-Z and Beyonce and that’s just what their six-year-old daughter Blue Ivy managed to do. After Camila Cabello gave a touching speech, the firstborn of the Carter-Knowles brood could be seen motioning to her parents to calm down with all that clapping. ICON!