Daft Punk were the big winners at Sunday night's Grammy Awards, taking home Grammys for Album of the Year and Best Dance/Electronica Album for their "Random Access Memories" and Record of the Year and Best Pop Duo/Group Performance for their song "Get Lucky." Check out some of the other most memorable moments from the show.
Beyonce kicked off the Grammys with a steamy performance of her song"Drunk In Love," later being joined on stage by husband Jay-Z.
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis started off the night winning a Grammy for Best New Artist. While they lost out on Album of the Year and Song of the Year, they did take home Grammys for Best Rap Performance and Best Rap Song for their song "Thrift Shop" and Best Rap Album for "The Heist."
Lorde performed an even more stripped down version of her song "Royals" and then went on to win two awards for the song, including Song of the Year and Best Pop Solo Performance.
Producer Pharrell Williams, seen here celebrating with Daft Punk and Niles Rogers after winning the award for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance, made almost as much noise at the Grammys for his hat as for her wins and performance.
Katy Perry went witchy for a fiery performance of "Dark Horse" that included plenty of backup dancers, began with the singer performing inside a plastic bubble and ended with her surrounded by a ring of fire, appearing to be burned at the stake.
Robin Thicke joined Robert Lamm and the rest of the band Chicago to performs a medley of the band's hits along with Thicke's own "Blurred Lines."
Paul McCartney and Dave Grohl accept the award for Best Rock Song for "Cut Me Some Slack" from the soundtrack for the documentary "Sound City."
Pink once again showed off her aerial ballet skills, taking to the air to perform "Try" while spinning and hanging from a sling above the stage. Later in her performance she returned to the ground to perform "Just Give Me a Reason" with Nate Ruess of the band Fun.
Presenter Jamie Foxx play boxed with Jay-Z before handing over the Grammy for Best Rap/Sung Collaboration for "Holy Grail," the rapper's collaboration with Justin Timberlake. Before he announced the winner, Foxx playfully commented on Beyonce's physique from the stage before begging Jay-Z's apology while the couple laughed from the audience. During his speech, Jay-Z gave a shoutout to his daughter Blue Ivy Carter, holding up the Grammy and saying "Daddy got a gold sippy cup for you."
Kendrick Lamar (right) joined Imagine Dragons to perform a mashup of their hits "M.A.A.D City" and "Radioactive."
Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr take their bow after performing.
Willie Nelson and Kris Kristofferson were joined by Merle Haggard and Blake Shelton to perform several songs, including "Okie from Muskogee" and "Mamas, Don’t Let Your Babies Grow up to Be Cowboys."
Pharrell Williams changed up his hat to join Nile Rodgers and Stevie Wonder to perform with Daft Punk on "Get Lucky," which later won Record of the Year. The performance had the stars inside Staples Center dancing in the aisles.
Lorde is accompanied by producer Joel Little after they won the award for Song of the Year for "Royals." The 17-year-old New Zealander, whose real name is Ella Yelich-O'Connor, became the youngest songwriter ever to win the award. Earlier in the evening she also won the Grammy for Best Pop Solo Performance.
Country singer Kacey Musgraves won two Grammys for Best Country Song for "Merry Go 'Round" and Best Country Album for "Same Trailer Different Park."
Mary Lambert (center) and Madonna (right) performed "Same Love" with Macklemore (left) and Ryan Lewis. During the song more than 30 couples were married in the aisles among the stars watching in the Staples Center.
James Hetfield and the rest of Metallica joined pianist Lang Lang for a fiery performance of the heavy metal band's hit "One."
Billie Joe Armstrong and Miranda Lambert pause after performing a tribute to Phil Everly.
Fleetwood Mac's Lindsey Buckingham joined Nine Inch Nails' Trent Reznor, Queens of the Stone Age and the Foo Fighters' Dave Grohl for the final performance of show. They performed Nine Inch Nails' "Copy of an A" and were in the middle of Queens of the Stone Age's "My God is the Sun" when the broadcast was cut off by promotional messages for various sponsors.