Anderson .Paak, left, and Bruno Mars accept the Record of the Year Grammy for Silk Sonic’s “Leave the Door Open” on Sunday, April 3.
John Legend performs his song “Free” with Ukrainian singer Mika Newton, left, and Ukrainian-American musician Siuzanna Iglidan.
The performance of “Free” was preceded by a video from Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. Zelensky implored those listening to “tell the truth about war. On your social networks. On TV. Support us in any way you can. Any. But not silence.”
Carrie Underwood performs “Ghost Story” during the show.
SZA, left, and Doja Cat accept the Grammy for best pop duo/group performance (“Kiss Me More”). Doja Cat joked about how she just barely made it back from the bathroom on time.
From left, H.E.R., Travis Barker and Lenny Kravitz perform together.
Justin Bieber plays the piano while performing his song “Peaches.”
Jon Batiste performs “Freedom.”
From left, Ben Platt, Rachel Zegler, Cynthia Erivo and Leslie Odom Jr. sing during the annual In Memoriam segment, which pays tribute to people who recently died.
Chris Stapleton holds several of his Grammys in the press room. He won best country album (“Starting Over”), best country song (“Cold”), and best country solo performance (“You Should Probably Leave”).
Olivia Rodrigo gets a hug after winning the Grammy for best new artist.
Lady Gaga paid tribute to Tony Bennett with a couple of songs: “Love for Sale” and “Do I Love You?”
Jazmine Sullivan accepts the award for best R&B album (“Heaux Tales”).
Lil Nas X, flanked by backup dancers, performs a medley of songs during the show.
Joni Mitchell, left, and Bonnie Raitt speak on stage before introducing Brandi Carlile.
Carlile performs her song “Right on Time.”
Lil Nas X takes a selfie with Lady Gaga.
Chrissy Teigen attends the show with her children, Miles and Luna.
BTS performs its song “Butter.”
Dua Lipa, left, and Megan Thee Stallion present an award during the show.
Billie Eilish performs her song “Happier Than Ever” with help from her brother, Finneas. He also co-wrote the song.
Aymée Nuviola performs “La Gota Fria” on a rooftop stage in Las Vegas.
Leon Bridges, left, and Batiste greet each other at the show.
J Balvin performs “In da Getto.”
Rodrigo performs her hit song “Drivers License” in the show’s first hour.
Host Trevor Noah delivers the show’s opening monologue. Noah, who also hosted the show last year, referenced last week’s Oscars moment when Will Smith slapped Chris Rock. “We’re going to be dancing. We’re going to be singing. We’re going to be keeping people’s names out of our mouths,” Noah joked.