Beyonce owned the Grammys last night.
The R&B superstar led the nominations with 10, and quickly took home the first award of the telecast. It was her fifth award of the night, but when her mega-hit "Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)" was declared song of the year, she was busy backstage preparing for an elaborate one-two-punch performance of "If I Were a Boy" and a cover of Alanis Morisette's "You Outta Know."
And, of course, Taylor Swift got hers as well
The young singer won the first country music award of the night — best female country vocal performance for "White Horse." Clad in a muted-pink dress, she came gliding down the aisle of the Convention Center, her hand covering her mouth. "This is my first Grammy, you guys!" she exclaimed from the podium in gleeful disbelief. She was onstage again moments later to accept the award for best country song, also for "White Horse."