Did you watch the Grammy Awards last night? If not, here’s what you missed:
- Adele swept the show, taking home 6 Grammys including album of the year, record of the year, and song of the year for “21” and “Rolling in the Deep.”
- The death of Whitney Houston impacted the broadcast heavily. Jennifer Hudson gave a heartfelt and emotional performance of “I Will Always Love You,” and all night celebrities paid tribute to Whitney in their songs and speeches. Stevie Wonder also appeared to pay tribute, singing a little bit of the Beatles “Love Me Do.”
- Bruce Springsteen kicked off the night by performing his new single, “We Take Care of Our Own.”
- Sir Paul McCartney was onstage a number of times, playing new songs and some Beatles classics from Abbey Road; he closed out the show with Springsteen, Dave Grohl, and Joe Walsh for a guitar jam session entitled “The End.”
You can check out more Grammy coverage and watch videos from the show at ABC.com.