The biggest night in music found time to award an Oscar-nominated movie and its stars, a former President of the United States and even America's favorite Marvel hero at the 61st Annual Grammy Awards on Sunday.
Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper, Jimmy Carter and Black Panther were among the Recording Academy's winners on Sunday. Gaga, an Oscar nominee as an actor as well as songwriter, took home the Grammy Award for Best Song Written for the Visual Media for "Shallow" from A Star Is Born as well as Pop/Duo Group Performance (an award she shared with Cooper); President Carter won for Best Spoken Word Album for Faith - A Journey for All; and Black Panther took home honors for Best Score Soundtrack for Visual Media.
They weren't the only stars or movies to win. The Grammys also awarded Terence Blanchard for his BlacKkKlansman score, Rashida Jones for Best Music Film for Quincy, Hugh Jackman for Best Compilation Soundtrack for Visual Media for The Greatest Showman soundtrack, Childish Gambino for Best Music Video for "This Is America" and "Weird" Al Jankovic for Best Boxed or Special Limited Edition Package.
The full list of Grammy winners can be found here.