The biggest night in music was one to remember.
The best in the industry were celebrated at the 2020 GRAMMY Awards after months of speculation. Billie Eilish was one of the night's big winners, snagging the gold for 5 of her 6 nominations, including Album of the Year, Record of the Year, Song of the Year, and Best New Artist.
Hosted by 15-time GRAMMY winner Alicia Keys, the night was emotional and bittersweet. Artists and fans paid tribute to Kobe Bryant and his 13-year-old daughter Gianna who passed away in a sudden and shocking helicopter trash in Calabasas early Sunday morning.
You watched the stars arrive on the red carpet and caught all the amazing moments. Now look at how music's biggest artists celebrated after the show at the industry's biggest after parties.
The night's big winner couldn't see the haters through her shades showing up to Universal Music Group's after party.
Chrissy Teigen, Cyndi Lauper and John Legend
The epic meetup we didn't know we needed. Teigen, Lauper and Legend spotted chatting at the Sony Music Entertainment Post-GRAMMY Reception.
Jessie J and Channing Tatum
Jessie J and Channing Tatum got a little more casual for the Republic Records' post-awards shindig.
Matt Shultz of Cage the Elephant and Usher
Shout out to Usher's stylist for this funky fit. The R&B star poses with Cage the Elephant frontman Matt Shultz at the Sony after party.
Lil Nas X
It's still Lil Nas X's year, partner. The "Old Town Road" star was getting down with Columbia Chairman and CEO Ron Perry and Sony Music Group Chairman Rob Stringer at the Sony after party.
Diplo and Ezra Koenig
How has this collab not happened? Diplo and Ezra Koenig chopping it up at the Sony post-award party.
Lisa Loeb looked captivating in this black dress and signature specs at the Universal after party.
No one can pull a three-piece off quite like Beck. The singer was dressed to impressed at the Universal after party, complete with the big red flower on the lapel.
Yungblud makes quite the entrance on the red carpet for the Universal post-GRAMMYs party.
The Cali rapper mourns the loss of the LA Lakers' most iconic player in this throwback Kobe jersey.