Grammy Awards Filled With Milestone Moments
Music's biggest night opened up with a bang as power couple Beyonce and Jay Z took to the stage with a show-stopping performance.
They're fresh off a 22-day vegan cleanse and it shows. Beyonce, sporting a new bob, is in incredible shape and she highlighted her fit figure in a black thong bodysuit. The headlines are calling the performance "steamy" and "naughty!"
Jay Z dedicated his win for Best Rap Song Collaboration to their daughter, Blue Ivy, saying, "I want to tell Blue that, 'Look, Daddy's got a new gold sippy cup for you.' "
Pink wowed the A-list crowd with aerial acrobatics, performing while dangling over the crowd in Cirque du Soleil fashion. Did it look familar? Pink also went up, up and away at the 2010 Grammys, but her daring spins at this year's show were even more thrilling.
Taylor Swift took center stage, whipping her flowing locks in an emotional performance of "All Too Well," said to be about ex-boyfriend Jake Gyllenhaal. Taylor's parents joined the standing ovation for their daughter.
Taylor had an oops moment when she thought she had won Best Album of the Year. She made a quick recovery when she realized the real winner was Daft Punk.
The robots got lucky all night long, winning Album and Record of the Year. So who are the men behind the masks? They're a pair of French musicians who never perform without their helmets.
Another big Grammy moment went to Pharrell Williams and his bizarre, oversized fedora. It became an instant internet sensation and now has its own Twitter handle with 16,000 followers.
Fast food chain Arby's noticed a resemblance to the hat in their logo, tweeting: "Hey Pharrell, can we have our hat back?"
But Pharrell got the last laugh, replying to the sandwich chain: "Y'all tryna start a roast beef?"
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Julia Roberts made a surprise appearance, and the 46-year-old actress looked amazing in a low-cut, leggy dress to introduce The Beatles.
Fifty years after The Beatles invaded America, Sir Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr reunited on stage. John Lennon's widow Yoko Ono swayed in the audience.
History was made at the Grammys with a monumental same-sex marriage ceremony as Best New Artists Macklemore and Ryan Lewis played their marriage-equality anthem "Same Love," Queen Latifah transformed into a preacher and married 33 couples in the audience.
We've learned that the marriages are all legal. Queen Latifah was actually deputized by Los Angeles County for the occasion in her legal name, Dana E. Owens.
Madonna brought down the house, sealing the marriage vows with her classic hit "Open Your Heart." She carried a cane that was not a prop. She's recovering from a dancing injury.
The Queen of Pop brought along her Mini-Me, eight-year-old adopted son, David. They wore matching tuxedos.
On the red carpet, INSIDE EDITION caught up with music legends like Chicago and 80-year-old Willie Nelson, who reunited with Kris Kristofferson from the legendary group The Highwaymen on stage.
Nelson told INSIDE EDITION, "It's a good opportunity to see a lot of your friends and hang out."
There were plenty of fashion hits and misses. Taylor Swift's metallic chain mail dress by Gucci garnered high praise, as did Alicia Keys' blue dress with a dramatic plunging neck line by Armani Prive.
Katy Perry wore four, yes, four outfits, including a gown adorned with musical notes by Valentino. Some loved it, others, not so much.
Fashion reporter Suzanne Marques told INSIDE EDITION, "Katy Perry's dress, it's pretty young for someone [like her]. At 16 it looked really cute. But the music notes is a little young and childish."
Some are calling Beyonce best dressed in her barely-there dress in white lace and nude illusion.
Robin Thicke's wife, actress Paula Patton, is being called one of the night's worst dressed, with that neckline showing dueling animal heads.
From the glamour to the music, it was a Grammys night to remember.