The 2017 Grammys belonged to the two biggest solo artists in the business.
Adele won huge and Beyonce performed while pregnant... with twins!
But those weren't the only stars who stood out on stage, for better or worse.
Scroll down for a wrap-up of the most memorable moments from this year's Grammy Awards:
Ryan Seacrest Blows It
You may have missed this, but Ryan Seacrest attempted to use the title of Jason Derulo’s new song, "Swalla," in a sentence. during a red carper inetview. "We'll do some Swalla-ing later tonight," Seacrest told Derulo.
Joy to the World?
Joy Villa made quite the red carpet impact with this Make America Great Again dress. She REALLY does not want to get deported.
A Tribe Called ... Awesome!
A Tribe Called Quest knocked its performance out of the park, from Q-Tip saluting Phife Dawg... to Anderson .Paak on drums... to Busta Rhymes ripping apart "President Agent Orange"... to Q-Tip ended it all with one word: "RESIST."
A Host with the Most
James Corden can rap, sing, dance and be self-deprecating. These qualities made him the ideal Grammys host.
Come on. We had to include Beyonce, didn't we?
We also had to include her reaction to Adele's amazing speech. Click PLAY to watch.
Well, John Travola did not misprounce the name Idina Menzel this time. But he did make an odd reference to all his "bling." He said he couldn't read the Teleprompter. And he referred to Keith Urban and Carrie Underwood as the greatest "since Sandy and Danny."
Chance the Rapper Arrives
In an official capacity, that is. The artist gave MANY thanks to God during a beautiful and humble acceptance speech.
Green Went Gold
Cee Lo Green attended the ceremony dressed like this. We don't even have a joke here.
A Perfect Tribute
We wish Prince was still with us. But at least Bruno Mars paid tribute to the icon in the best, most moving way possible.
And So Did Blue Ivy Carter!
The only (for now) child of Jay Z and Beyonce actually dressed like Prince. Amazing.
Political Activism For all the Wins
Everyone is talkng about what A Tribe Called Quest and Katy Perry did/said. But Paris Jackson also protested the Dakota Access Pipeline and Laverne Cox called out #StandWithGavin, showing support for 17-year-old Gavin Grimm in an upcoming Supreme Court Case on transgender rights.
Carpool Karoake Fail
Somehow, almost no one involved in this version of Carpool Karaoke knew the words to "Sweet Caroline." We didn't know that was possible.
Oooof. This was rough. Lady Gaga and Metallica did their best to power through some major sound issues. Watch above and see what we mean.
She Can Sing!
Demi Lovato blew us away (way away!) with the sheer power of her voice during this Bee Gees tribute, which also featured terrific appearances by Tori Kelly, Little Big Town and Andra Day.
Cynthia Erivo and John Legend gave viewers chills with their stripped down rendition of "God Only Knows" for the show's In Memoriam segment.
Simply... Adele. She swept the three major categories (for the second time in her career); she opened the show in perfect fashion; and she proved herself to be the biggest Beyonce fan of anyone during her final acceptance speech. This is her world, people. We're just living in it.