Grammy Winners Last Night

Kelly Clarkson, Adele and fun. are among the artists celebrating wins at the 55th annual Grammy Awards, which took place at the Staples Center in Los Angeles on Sunday night.  Adele picked up the first award of the night in the Best Pop Solo Performance category for "Set Fire To The Rain."  She was also on hand to present the Album of the Year award to her fellow Brits, Mumford & Sons.  Kelly Clarkson took home one out of the four awards for which she was nominated, winning Best Pop Vocal Album for "Stronger."  She was also on hand to perform two short tributes to Patti Page and Carole King, two of this year's Lifetime Achievement Award winners.  Gotye's "Somebody That I Used To Know" featuring Kimbra picked up the Best Pop Duo/Group Performance award, along with Record of the Year, which was presented to them by Prince.  Fun. was named Best New Artist and also took home the Song of the Year award for "We Are Young" featuring Janelle Monae.  Rihanna's video for "We Found Love" featuring Calvin Harris won for Best Short Form Video.

Rihanna also took the stage twice during Sunday's ceremony.  First, she performed her latest single "Stay" along with Mikki Ekko and came back later to be a part of the Bob Marley tribute with Bruno Mars and Sting.  But the big performance of the night came from Justin Timberlake, who took the Grammy stage for the first time in over six years.  After being introduced by Ellen DeGeneres and Beyonce, he started out with a retro "Suit & Tie, which featured a guest appearance by Jay-Z.  He also performed another song from his upcoming album called "Pusher Love Girl."  Taylor Swift opened the show with "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together."  She may have taken a jab at her latest ex, One Direction's Harry Styles, when she appeared to have spoken a few key lines of the song in a British accent.  Alicia Keys and Maroon 5 mixed their hits "Girl On Fire" and "Daylight" and fun. performed "Carry On."  The evening's host LL Cool J closed out the show with the help of Chuck D, Tom Morello and Blink 182's Travis Barker.