From Beyoncé's highly anticipated performance of "Drunk in Love" to Queen Latifah officiating 33 marriages—both gay and straight—these were the best moments of the 2014 Grammys.
Ciara's Red Carpet Glow
Ciara's pregnancy glow simply couldn't be denied on the red carpet. Her Emilo Pucci gown hit all the right notes.
Beyonce and Jay Z's Opening Number
The Carter's opened the 2014 Grammys with a performance of "Drunk in Love" that won't soon be forgotten. Wet hair, sexy moves, fishnets and tons of mystery, it was everything we hoped it would be and more.
Robin Thicke Energized a Sleepy Crowd
From what we could see, Robin Thicke brought the Staples Center to its feet with his collaboration with legendary rock group, Chicago. He left his heart on the stage. #ESSENCEApproved
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Pharrell's Hat Stole the Show
Say what you want about Pharrell's fashion choices—and folks on Twitter surely did, likening him to everyone from a Canadian mountain ranger to the Arby's logo. Doesn't matter, he walked away with four Grammys.
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John Legend Set the Mood
John Legend delivered a moving rendition of "All of Me" that featured shots of his new wife Chrissy Teigen. Legend truly gave us all of himself.
Jay Z Brought Home a Golden Sippy Cup
After Jamie Foxx went off script and jokingly hit on Beyoncé, Jay Z threw him a few fake punches while accepting his award for Best Rap/Sung Collaboration for "Holy Grail," adding that he would turn the award into a "sippy" cup for Blue Ivy.
Kendrick Lamar and Imagine Dragons Rocked Out
Explosive! That's the only way to describe Kendrick Lamar and Imagine Dragon's high-energy performance. Though it was an unexpected match, it was nothing short of immersive.
Old School Meets New School
Daft Punk, Pharrell and Nile Rogers included Stevie Wonder in an old fashion jam session. The group performed "Get Lucky" proving what can happen when music geniuses collide on one epic stage before the world.
Queen Latifah Officiated Marriages
In the biggest moment of the night, Ryan Lewis and Macklemore invited 33 couples—both gay and straight—to exchange vows and make their love official. Officiated by Queen Latifah and serenaded by Madonna, it was a teary moment for supporters and lovers alike.