Here's Everything You Missed During Last Night's Grammys

Oh, it was a wild one.

The Grammys went off without a hitch this year with James Cordon hosting. Tons of celebrity and musical guests enjoyed an incredible night with performances from Cardi B and Bruno Mars to Elton John and Miley Cyrus. Here are the highlights from last night's event. 

1. Everyone Wore White Roses

Many stars chose to wear a white rose on their lapel to show solidarity with the #TimesUp and #MeToo movements. Some stars even opted to go one step further and wear white dresses. 

When you’re more excited about getting a puppy than a #Grammy. 🐶 @jerryseinfeld

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2. Consolation Puppies

After the Grammy for 'Best Comedy Album' - which went to Dave Chapelle - Cordon awarded the 'losers' in that category consolation puppies. Jerry Seinfeld was the most thrilled with his pug and did not hold back his excitement #mood.

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3. Blue Ivy wordlessly told her parents to chill 

Is Blue the only person that can tell Beyoncé what to do?! After clapping for an award, Blue motioned for her parents to calm down and act cool, which is fine if your dad is embarrassing but hers is Jay-Z. 

4. Kesha's emotional performance

Kesha went on stage to perform 'Praying' - her moving ballad about disgraced producer Dr. Luke. She was joined by Cyndi Lauper, Camila Cabello, Julia Michaels, Bebe Rexha and Andra Day. After all the #MeToo and #TimesUp conversations, Kesha's performance was nothing short of powerful. 

5. Hilary Clinton shading Donald Trump

This was one of my favourite moments of the Grammys and rightfully so. James Cordon made a bunch of celebrities, like John Legend, Snoop Dogg and Cardi B, read from Michael Wolff's Fury and Fire about Trump. The last reader, hidden by her book? Hilary Clinton, who just killed it. 

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Paige McPhee Recent U of T grad with a penchant for small pups, cold ciders and extensive vocabularies. Proud book mom of "i'm in like with you: a collection of almost-love stories". Slide into my DMs or gift me FitTea at @paigemcphee