Beyonce took home six prizes as she dominated the Grammy Awards in Los Angeles on Sunday.
The former Destiny's Child star's awards haul included two - Best R&B song and Song of the Year – for 'Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It)'.
The singer, who also won Best Contemporary R&B album and Best R&B Female Vocal, has now won 16 Grammys during her career.
"This has been such an amazing night for me and I'd like to thank the Grammys,” she said, before adding: “I'd like to thank my family including my husband, I love you.”
Other winners included Kings of Leon, who beat Lady GaGa, Taylor Swift and The Black Eyed
The band's hit also picked up the award for Best Rock Song while the group won Best Rock Performance.
The ceremony, which took place in Los Angeles, featured performances from Beyonce, Lady GaGa and Pink.
You can see a list of the major winners below:
Best pop performance by a duo or group with vocals - 'I Gotta Feeling' - The Black Eyed
Best pop vocal album - 'The E.N.D.' - The Black Eyed Peas
Best dance recording - 'Poker Face' - Lady Gaga
Best new artist - Zac Brown Band
Best female pop vocal performance - 'Halo' - Beyoncé
Best male pop vocal performance - 'If You Don't Know Me By Now' - Seal
Best traditional pop vocal album - 'Michael Buble Meets Madison Square Garden' - Michael Buble
Best solo rock vocal performance - 'Working On A Dream' - Bruce Springsteen
Best rock album - '21st Century Breakdown' - Green Day
Best rap song - 'Run This Town' - Jeff Bhasker, Shawn Carter, Robyn Fenty, Kanye West & Ernest Wilson, songwriters (Jay-Z, Rihanna & Kanye West)
Best female country vocal performance - 'White Horse' - Taylor Swift
Best male country vocal performance - 'Sweet Thing' - Keith Urban
Lifetime Achievement Award - Michael Jackson