Bruno Mars was the big winner Sunday night at the 60th annual Grammy Awards in New York, winning album, record, and song of the year. Mars also won Grammys for best R&B album, best R&B performance and best R&B song.
In accepting the top prize of album of the year for "24K Magic," Mars said the album's songs were "written with love" and he just "wanted everybody to dance" to the album's tunes.
Mars also joined flamboyant rapper Cardi B on the stage Sunday to perform their hit Finesse.
In contrast to Cardi B., Pink stood alone on the stage, wearing jeans and a T-shirt, to sing her new song "Wild Hearts Can't Be Broken."
Pink was nominated Sunday for pop solo performance for "What About Us," but that prize went to Ed Sheeran for "Shape of You."
This year's show was hosted by late night talk show host and musician James Corden.
Rapper Kendrick Lamar took home Grammys for best rap album, rap song and rap performance.
Crooner Tony Bennett's album "Tony Bennett Celebrates 90" won the Grammy for best traditional pop vocal album.
Comedian Dave Chappelle beat out Jerry Seinfeld, Kevin Hart, Sarah Silverman and Jim Gaffigan, to win the best comedy album prize for the double album of his two Netflix specials - "The Age of Spin" and "Deep in the Heart of Texas."
Alessia Cara won the best new artist Grammy. She said she had dreamed of winning a Grammy since she was a child, but she didn't have a speech prepared.
She said, "I've been like pretend winning Grammys since I was a kid like in the shower, so you'd think I have the speech thing down, but I absolutely don't."