Frothy musical “La La Land” took five prizes including best picture, best actress Emma Stone, best director Damien Chazelle, music and cinematography.
New England drama “Manchester By The Sea” won Kennth Lonergan the prize for best original screenplay.
British actor Dev Patel pulled off an upset, beating favorite Mahershala Ali, from “Moonlight,” to the best supporting actor trophy for “Lion,”
Ken Loach’s “I, Daniel Blake” was named best British film.
Both William and Kate wore black and white he a tuxedo, she an off-the-shoulder Alexander McQueen gown and glittering chandelier earrings.
Even though Adele flubbed during her live performance at the Grammys, she walked away the belle of the ball: She took home five awards, including album, record and song of the year.
She beat Beyonce in the top three categories with her comeback album “25,” and repeated her accomplishments from 2012, when the British star also won album, song and record of the year at the Grammys.
Elsewhere, Bruno Mars paid tribute to Prince with a blistering version of his hit “Let’s Go Crazy,” rap legends A Tribe Called Quest honored their late member Phife Dawg and John Legend and Cynthia Erivo duetted on “God Only Knows” in front of a screen of musicians who have passed away in the last year.