Here's What You Didn't See At The 60th Annual GRAMMY Awards

Everyone from Kelly Clarkson to Broadway star Patti LuPone partied down and rubbed elbows backstage at the 60th Annual GRAMMY Awards. Now that you've seen the show, check out all of the backstage action! Stream the 60th Annual GRAMMY Awards® on CBS All Access.

Beyoncé, 60th GRAMMY Awards nominee JAY-Z, and their daughter Blue Ivy nonchalantly give the camera some love.

Beyoncé, 60th GRAMMY Awards nominee JAY-Z, and their daughter Blue Ivy nonchalantly give the camera some love.

The 60th Annual GRAMMY Awards® have come and gone, and you better believe that the ceremony came packed with plenty of endearing moments! (Consolation puppies, anybody?)

In addition to host James Corden's always-entertaining commentary, Music's Biggest Night® was also a chance for the biggest names in entertainment (music, comedy, film, TV—you name it!) to come together for meet and greets and even a few hugs and kisses.

Check out some of the night's best backstage moments you didn't get to see during the telecast! 

Stream the 60th Annual GRAMMY Awards® on CBS All Access.
Soon after her poignant performance of

Soon after her poignant performance of "Praying," GRAMMY nominee Kesha stops for a photo with pop icon Cyndi Lauper, Best New Artist nominee Julia Michaels, dance-pop singer Bebe Rexha, and retro-soul songstress Andra Day.

Patti LuPone, who paid tribute to iconic Broadway composer Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber with a performance of “Don’t Cry For Me Argentina,

Patti LuPone, who paid tribute to iconic Broadway composer Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber with a performance of “Don’t Cry For Me Argentina," takes a break backstage.

Sam Smith, who performed a rousing rendition of his single

Sam Smith, who performed a rousing rendition of his single "Pray," gazes into the camera with boyfriend (and 13 Reasons Why actor) Brandon Flynn.