Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles This episode of Billboard News is brought to you by National Geographic. Watch Cynthia Erivo as Aretha Franklin in the critically-acclaimed anthology series "Genius: Aretha", premiering Sunday, March 21 at 9/8 Central. "I know my daughter is watching. Blue, congratulations. She won a GRAMMY tonight." Beyoncé makes history, Harry Styles opens the show, Taylor Swift wins big, Billie Eilish, say it with me, you guys: BTS, yes. The GRAMMYs took over LA and right here, right now, I've got all you need to know about music's biggest night. Host Trevor Noah didn't waste any time and opened things up with some light jokes. "This is not a zoom background, alright? This is real. My uncle isn't going to walk behind me naked, even though I told him I was having an important meeting, that's not gonna happen tonight. Followed by everyone's man crush and first time GRAMMY nominee Harry Styles, who kicked off the ceremony in the most perfect way: with a little "Watermelon Sugar". And finished off like a true rock star, sans shirt, which of course Trevor Noah commented on. "I mean, I would have worn a shirt for my first GRAMMYs but, you know, each to his own." Harry also took home his first GRAMMY for best pop solo performance for "Watermelon Sugar". "To everyone who made this record with me, thank you so much." Billie Eilish's performance was up next and I actually love that we got to see Harry enjoying it from the sideline. Love that support. Billie was joined by her brother Finneas on stage and they performed "Everything I Wanted". Billie and her brother also won record of the year for "Everything I Wanted", but when accepting the award, she adorably insisted that Megan Thee Stallion should have won instead. "I was gonna write a speech about how you deserve this, but then I was like there's no way they're gonna choose me. I was like it's hers. "And how about HAIM, who literally rocked the stage with all their badasseries. And in some more girl power moments that rocked, Megan Thee Stallion performed a couple of her hits including "WAP" with Cardi B. And a big congrats to Megan Thee Stallion who cleaned up at this year's GRAMMYs, taking home best new artist, best rap song and performance for "Savage" with Beyoncé. "Thank you, Beyoncé for your encouraging words all the time." "I'm honored that you asked me to be a part of the song." Beyoncé also made history. "With that award, Beyoncé has just tied the all-time record for most GRAMMY wins ever by a female artist. Beyoncé is tied at 27 GRAMMYs." Then she won best R&B performance for "Black Parade", making history and she even gave a shout out to her family. "Y'all are my babies, and I'm so proud of y'all. I love you so much, my rock." And yes, of course Taylor Swift did not disappoint performing not just one, but three songs off both her albums "folklore" and "evermore", and transporting us to a fairy tale, she started out with "cardigan". And then grabbed a guitar and joined her "folklore" and "evermore" collaborators Jack Antonoff and Aaron Dessner, where they finished off with august and willow. Taylor also took home the biggest honor of the night: album of the year for "folklore", becoming the first female artist and only fourth ever to win three times in the category. She previously won it for "Fearless" in 2010 and then for "1989" in 2015. "Joe, who is the first person that I play every single song that I write and, um, I had the best time writing songs with you in quarantine." Dua Lipa, who won best pop vocal album for "Future Nostalgia", brought the disco dance vibes to the GRAMMY stage performing "Levitating" with lots of sparkles, a slew of backup dancers, some serious moves and, of course, an appearance by DaBaby. There's no doubt that one of the biggest and best moments from this year's GRAMMYs was seeing Bruno Mars and Anderson .Paak together on stage as Silk Sonic multiple times. Their energy together is perfection. Bad Bunny and Jhay Cortez showed up and showed out with an electrifying performance of Dakita. Bad Bunny also took home the GRAMMY for best latin pop album for "YHLQMDLG". "I'm very happy. I'm really happy. I'm very proud." Delivering the most powerful performance at this year's award show, Lil Baby's "The Bigger Picture" addressed police brutality and included protest scenes with activists Killer Mike and Tamika Mallory. Not that we ever doubted them, but everyone's favorite K-pop boy band BTS stole the show, getting everyone up on their feet dancing. It was such a spectacular show filled with so much great energy and, honestly, a true celebration of music during a year when we needed it most. Now, of course, there are so many more amazing performances and highlights from the show that I couldn't include in this video, otherwise it would literally be hours long, but I'm talking Chris Martin, Doja Cat Brandi Carlile, the list truly goes on, so head to Billboard.com to get that, and also we have a full winners list there - we got you covered. I just still can't really get over that Harry Styles performance, I'm feeling a little flustered over it. For Billboard News, I'm Chelsea Briggs. This episode of Billboard News was presented by National Geographic.