Grammys 2023: Harry Styles and Beyonce Among Early Winners at Main Ceremony

After Bad Bunny kicks off the live ceremony and host Trevor Noah introduces the show, Styles picks up an award for Best Pop Vocal Album and Bey wins for Best RnB song.

AceShowbiz - The 65th Annual Grammy Awards is officially on at the Arena in Los Angeles. Hosted by Trevor Noah, the show was kicked off by Bad Bunny who delivered a lively performance of his hits "El Apagon" and "Despues de la Playa" joined by dancers.

Brandi Carlile followed it up with a blistering performance of "Broken Horses" following her several Grammy wins at the Premiere Ceremony. She showed off killer guitar riffs and her growling vocals.

The first award of the main show was then presented by Jennifer Lopez and it went to Harry Styles. He won Best Pop Vocal Album for "Harry's House", beating Adele, ABBA, Coldplay and Lizzo in the category.

"This album from start to finish has been the greatest experience of my life," the British singer said in his speech. It's his second Grammy after winning for Best Pop Solo Performance in 2021.

Another early winner at the main ceremony was Beyonce Knowles, who nabbed Best R&B Song for "Cuff It". She, however, was stuck in traffic and couldn't arrive in time to pick up the award. The win makes her tied for biggest Grammy winner of all time and she has a chance to break the record as she's nominated in other categories which winners are yet to be announced.

Willie Nelson also won a Grammy for Best Country Album for "A Beautiful Time" at the Sunday, February 5 ceremony. After a joint performance by Stevie Wonder, Smokey Robinson and Chris Stapleton, Sam Smith and Kim Petras were announced as the winner of Best Pop Duo/Group Performance for their duet "Unholy".

More winners will be announced at the live ceremony, which is airing live on CBS. Harry Styles, Lizzo, Mary J. Blige, Quavo and many others will also take the stage as musical performers.

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