Here's What You Didn't See During The 2016 GRAMMY Awards

LL COOL J and James Corden—when hosts unite

2. LL COOL J and James Corden—when hosts unite

LL COOL J, NCIS: Los Angeles star and host for the 2016 GRAMMY Awards, appears to review some potentially important paperwork with James Corden, host of The Late Late Show.
Shad Moss checks out a photo of himself

3. Shad Moss checks out a photo of himself

2016 GRAMMYs social media ambassador Shad Moss kept the party going after pumping up the audience for Music's Biggest Night®.
For Taylor Swift and Selena Gomez, every day is Galentine's Day

4. For Taylor Swift and Selena Gomez, every day is Galentine's Day

Taylor Swift posed with her bestie—and "Bad Blood" music video costar—Selena Gomez after taking a break from the 2016 GRAMMY action.
We'll take two tickets to the gun show, Justin Bieber

5. We'll take two tickets to the gun show, Justin Bieber

After a touching acoustic performance of his latest singe, "Sorry," followed by a rousing rendition of "Where Are Ü Now" with Jack Ü collaborators Skrillex and Diplo, Justin Bieber took time to show off his muscles with a gaggle of ninja-looking dancers.
Lady Gaga and Diane Warren make a colorful couple

6. Lady Gaga and Diane Warren make a colorful couple

Lady Gaga reunited with famed songwriter Diane Warren—who she collaborated with on "Til It Happens To You," which was nominated for Best Song Written For Visual Media.
Ed Sheeran shows Abel Tesfaye (aka The Weeknd) something on his mobile phone

7. Ed Sheeran shows Abel Tesfaye (aka The Weeknd) something on his mobile phone

We're not exactly sure what Ed Sheeran was showing The Weeknd on his smartphone, but it sure did seem to tickle the "Thinking Out Loud" singer, who snagged Record Of The Year at the 2016 GRAMMY Awards. 
Peek-a-boo! It's Ariana Grande

8. Peek-a-boo! It's Ariana Grande

This multi-talented singer had no "Problem" introducing The Weeknd's performance during the 58th Annual GRAMMY Awards.
Dave Grohl keeps the beat with the Preservation Hall Band and Trombone Shorty

9. Dave Grohl keeps the beat with the Preservation Hall Band and Trombone Shorty

Rocker Dave Grohl of the Foo Fighters hung out backstage with New Orlean's Preservation Hall Band and Trombone Shorty before marching through the audience at the 2016 GRAMMYs. 
Bruno Mars, Mark Ronson, and Lionel Richie share some laughs in the audience

10. Bruno Mars, Mark Ronson, and Lionel Richie share some laughs in the audience

Dressed in a perfect plum suit with matching hat, Bruno Mars had already dominated on the red carpet. Sitting in the audience next to fellow GRAMMY Award winner Mark Ronson, Bruno smiled as he chatted with legendary musician Lionel Richie
Meghan Trainor cries tears of joy after her Best New Artist GRAMMY win

11. Meghan Trainor cries tears of joy after her Best New Artist GRAMMY win

Meghan Trainor gave a tearful acceptance speech after Sam Smith, last year's recipient, read her name off as winner for Best New Artist
We brake for Sofia Vergara

12. We brake for Sofia Vergara

Sofia Vergara shook her groove thing—and while dressed as a cab, no less—during Pitbull's performance of "El Taxi" and "Bad Man."
Jack Antonoff poses with producer/performer Bruno Mars

13. Jack Antonoff poses with producer/performer Bruno Mars

After playing guitar on "Out Of The Woods," which he co-wrote with Taylor Swift, Jack Antonoff stopped to take a snapshot with fellow music maestro Bruno Mars.
Selena Gomez struts her stuff in a sexy, red dress

14. Selena Gomez struts her stuff in a sexy, red dress

After arriving on the carpet in a sparkly blue gown, Selena Gomez quickly changed into her second ensemble of the evening, a gorgeous curve-hugging Cushnie et Ochs dress. 
Wiz Khalifa and Charlie Puth take a moment to flash a grin

15. Wiz Khalifa and Charlie Puth take a moment to flash a grin

GRAMMY Award nominees Wiz Khalifa and Charlie Puth may not have taken home golden gramophones at the 2016 GRAMMYs, but we have a feeling it won't be long until we see them again.
Common stops to sign autographs for fans

16. Common stops to sign autographs for fans

While strolling down the red carpet, looking sharp in a navy suit with matching polka-dot dress shirt, Common found a moment to give fans his John Hancock. 
Ed Sheeran and Amy Wadge let their smiles do the talking

18. Ed Sheeran and Amy Wadge let their smiles do the talking

Ed Sheeran and "Thinking Out Loud" co-writer Amy Wadge could hardly contain their excitement after winning Best Pop Solo Performance and Best Pop Song for their recent hit. 
Dave Grohl takes an important phone call

20. Dave Grohl takes an important phone call

We're not sure exactly who rang, but it sure looked pressing. 
Nile Rodgers hugs the one-and-only Lady Gaga

21. Nile Rodgers hugs the one-and-only Lady Gaga

Following their incredible tribute to late music icon David Bowie at the 58th Annual GRAMMY Awards, Mother Monster and Nile Rodgers took some time to hug it out. 
Cam pulls out her coral pink phone

22. Cam pulls out her coral pink phone

Country music artist CAM didn't miss a moment at the 58th Annual GRAMMY Awards, capturing her favorite performances on camera. 
Alabama Shakes and Miguel cuddle up for a group shot

23. Alabama Shakes and Miguel cuddle up for a group shot

Alabama Shakes had an amazing night, winning GRAMMY Awards for Best Rock Song, Best Rock Performance, and Best Alternative Album. In the midst of celebrating, the rockstars cozied up next to R&B singer Miguel for a perfect pic.