The 66th annual Grammys were held last night, with Taylor Swift taking home the show's top prize of album of the year for "Midnights." The win was Swift's fourth in the category, pushing her past Frank Sinatra, Paul Simon, and Stevie Wonder for the most in Grammy history. She announced her next album, "Tortured Poets Society," during her acceptance speech (out April 19).
Other big winners included Miley Cyrus, who won her first-ever Grammy for "Flowers" (best pop solo performance); Billie Eilish, who won song of the year for the "Barbie" soundtrack's "What Was I Made For?"; and R&B songwriter-turned-singer Victoria Monét, who won best new artist. See the full list of winners.
During the pre-televised segment, rapper Killer Mike was escorted from the venue in handcuffs after winning three awards. A reason had not been made public as of this writing; see updates here.