While accepting the honour, the 28-year-old star paid tribute to Beyonce, whose album "Lemonade" was also nominated in the same category, saying the latter was a more deserving victor than her. "Josh turned to me and said, 'If we ever win a Grammy, we should receive it just like this.' So, not only is this awesome, but I want everybody who's watching at home to know that they could be next", they concluded. It should also be noted that the trophies the winners hold onstage are just props, to be swapped in later for the actual award, so it's not like Adele destroyed a historical artifact.
Ed Sheeran popped over to say hi to Beyoncé last night at the Grammys All-in-gold, a radiant Queen B, wearing one of her many crowns.
Adele won all five Grammys for which she was nominated, including for her comeback album "25" and her single "Hello".
After her last year's Grammy performance was dampened by an unfortunate technical glitch, Adele returned to the Grammy stage-stronger and better than ever.
Beyonce chose not to play it safe, instead putting on an extravagant and abstract performance with touches of Indian spirituality and ancient Egypt.
While the 29-year-old singer admitted that he was interested in participating in the Prince tribute, which Bruno Mars ended up performing at the GRAMMYs, he took issue with Taylor Swift's 1989 winning Album of the Year in 2016 over Kendrick Lamar's To Pimp a Butterfly.
"And if you're up for a discussion about the cultural bias and general nerve damage the show you produce suffers from then I'm all for it".
It is the second time Adele has won for Song of the Year. And all us artists adore you. She is competing head-on with Adele, 28, the only other artist to be nominated for all three top awards - album, song and record of the year. It won best alternative music album and engineered album, non-classical.
Her hit "Hello" also won for Song of the Year, Record of the Year and Best Pop Solo Performance.
"I'm very humbled and I'm very grateful, but Beyonce is the artist of my life".
Pop superstar Beyonce, proudly caressing her pregnant belly, took the Grammys stage by storm in her first public appearance since her surprise announcement 12 days ago that she is expecting twins.