11:40pm EST: Nine Inch Nails & Queens of the Stone Age close out the night collaborating for a rocking grand finale!
11:35pm EST: The smash hit "Get Lucky" must have been foreshadowing for Daft Punk's winning night! They just took home the biggest prize of the night, Album of the Year for Random Access Memories!
11:27pm EST: In yet another unlikely pairing, country star Miranda Lambert & Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong pay tribute to Phil Everly with a unique version of "When Will I Be Loved." Watch Miranda talk about the performance during a rehearsal interview!
11:23:pm EST: Lang Lang's launches the In Memoriam tribute with a beautiful piece on the piano.
11:20pm EST: Before their history-making performance, Macklemore & Mary Lambert strike a pose!
11:07 pm EST: WOW! Love prevails and history is made in one epic performance. Macklemore, Mary Lambert, Madonna and Queen Latifah lead a legendary & tear-jerking GRAMMY moment that won't soon be forgotten. Congratulations, newlyweds!
10:57pm EST: Silence is golden...and in the form of a GRAMMY trophy for Daft Punk!Music greats Smokey Robinson & Steven Tyler bestow Daft Punk & Pharrell with the GRAMMY for Record of the Year! Daft Punk continue to let Pharrell and their music speak for them.
10:50pm EST: Metallica & Lang Lang join together for an epic electric performance leaving the house with some seriously good vibrations.
10:15pm EST: It's a country collaboration for the ages as Willie Nelson, Kris Kristofferson, Merle Haggard and Blake Shelton take the stage! See what two of these legends had to say about the performance in a red carpet interview.
10:07pm EST: Bruno Mars found heaven for a second time tonight! The unorthodox performer takes home the GRAMMY for Best Pop Vocal Album for "Unorthodox Jukebox!"
9:45pm EST: He is Kendrick Lamar! GRAMMY Winners for Best Rock Performance, Imagine Dragons combine forces with the hip hop newcomer for a Radioactive performance that brought the audience to their feet.
9:36pm EST:Jay- Z's bringing home a gold sippy cup for Blu Ivy! The "Holy Grail" featuring Justin Timberlake earns the GRAMMY for Best Rap/Sung Collaboration.
9:31pm EST: It's hard not to get nostalic as Ringo Starr literally sparkles with black & white photos filling the screen behind him. What a welcome trip down memory lane!