Adele won all five awards she was nominated for at the Grammy Awards on Sunday night, including album, record and song of the year.
She beat Beyonce in the top three categories with her comeback album “25,” and repeated her accomplishments from 2012, when the British star also won album, song and record of the year at the Grammys. She’s the first artist in Grammy history to sweep the top three categories twice, and now has a total of 15 Grammys.
Adele used her speech to honor Beyonce and her groundbreaking “Lemonade” album, which was also nominated. And backstage, she told press she voted for Beyonce when putting in her ballot for album of the year.
Chance the Rapper won the first award in the live telecast for best new artist. He also won best rap album — the first streaming-only album to do so — and bested Drake and Kanye West.
Select winners at the 2017 Grammy Awards:
Album of the year: “25,” Adele.
Record of the year: “Hello,” Adele.
Best new artist: Chance the Rapper.
Song of the year (songwriter’s award): “Hello,” Adele and Greg Kurstin.
Best pop solo performance: “Hello,” Adele.
Best pop vocal album: “25,” Adele.
Best traditional pop vocal album: “Summertime: Willie Nelson Sings Gershwin,” Willie Nelson.
Best pop duo or group performance: “Stressed Out,” twenty one pilots.
Best dance/electronic album: “Skin,” Flume.
Best rock song: “Blackstar,” David Bowie.
Best rock album: “Tell Me I’m Pretty,” Cage the Elephant.
Best alternative music album: “Blackstar,” David Bowie.
Best R&B album: “Lalah Hathaway Live,” Lalah Hathaway.
Best urban contemporary album: “Lemonade,” Beyonce.
Best rap album: “Coloring Book,” Chance the Rapper.
Best country album: “A Sailor’s Guide to Earth,” Sturgill Simpson.
Best country solo performance: “My Church,” Maren Morris.
Best jazz vocal album: “Take Me to the Alley,” Gregory Porter.
Best jazz instrumental album: “Country for Old Men,” John Scofield.
Best compilation soundtrack for visual media: “Miles Ahead,” Miles Davis & various artists
Producer of the year, non-classical: Greg Kurstin.
Best music video: “Formation,” Beyonce.