Who Run The Grammy Awards? GIRLS!

If you missed The 58th Annual Grammy Awards last night, you missed a night full of straight up girl power. From Taylor Swift to Adele to Meghan Trainor, these ladies owned the night.

 

Taylor kicked off the show with a spectacular performance of "Out Of The Woods" in a sparkly jumpsuit we all need in our lives. And we're really digging her shorter hair!

 

Ellie Goulding and Andra Day performing together at the 58th Annual Grammy Awards on February 15, 2016

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Ellie Goulding and Andra Day's mashup performance of "Love Me Like You Do" and "Rise Up" was breathtaking. Their voices blended so perfectly together. But we're low key mad at ourselves for not knowing who Andra Day was until last night. So of course we listened to her music on repeat all night and are now all sorts of obsessed with her.

 

It's no shock that Demi Lovato can sang, but her performance of Lionel Richie's "Hello" really showed off her huge range. Even Lionel couldn't help but scream 'YES!' while listening to her.

 

We expected actual magic from Lady Gaga's tribute to David Bowie and Mother Monster did not disappoint. We were bowing down during her entire performance, because we are not worthy.

 

Meghan Trainor cyring while winning Best New Artist at the 58th Annual Grammy Awards on February 15th, 2016.

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Meghan won Best New Artist and was literally the cutest little bean on the entire planet. She could not stop crying, but can you blame her?!

 

There may have been some technical difficulties during Adele's performance of "All I Ask," but that didn't stop her from delivering one of the most powerful performances during the show.

 

Taylor Swift winning Album of the Year at the 58th Annual Grammy Awards on February 15, 2016.

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If you needed anymore proof that Tay runs the world, 1989 won Album of the Year, making Tay the first woman to EVER win the award twice.

 

Beyonce presenting the Grammy for Record of the Year at the 58th annual grammy awards on February 15, 2016.

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Then Queen Bey shut The Grammys down when showed up looking like an actual angel to present the award for Record of the Year. We can see her halo.

 

Our host Alex Schiffman caught up with Ellie Goulding before The Grammys to discover the inspiration behind Ellie's song "On My Mind." WATCH HERE!