Adele Dominates the 2012 Grammy Awards: Full Winners List

February 13, 2012 By:
Adele Dominates the 2012 Grammy Awards: Full Winners List

The 54th Annual Grammy Awards have just wrapped up, and you can bet
this year's show will go down as one of the most memorable shows in
Grammy history.

It started off on a highly somber note, with the news of Whitney
Houston's sudden, tragic death on Saturday evening. The show had to be
reconstructed to allow for a performance tribute from Jennifer

The tribute was a heavy one, and although the tears could be heard in
Hudson's voice, she performed a flawless rendition of 'I Will Always
Love You.' The singer was met with a massive applause from the crowd.
Hudson fanned away her tears.

Aside from the looming tragedy, there were some other noteworthy
moments. There was Chris Brown's energetic comeback, and probably the
biggest surprise of the night: the cameras not panning to a Rihanna
reaction shot once!

Katy Perry also took the stage to sing her new hit, 'Part of Me.' Her
performance was an obvious message to Katy's now-ex, Russell Brand.

"Keep your diamond ring/In fact, you can keep everything...Except for
me," Katy sang in the breakup ballad.

But Adele dominated the Grammy Awards, taking home six Grammy awards,
including Song of the Year and Best Album. She won in every category
she was nominated for.

A full list of Grammy winners is as follows:

Album of the Year – Adele, 21

Record of the Year – Adele, “Rolling in the Deep”

Song of the Year – Adele, “Rolling in the Deep”

Best New Artist – Bon Iver

Best Pop Solo Performance – Adele, “Someone Like You”

Best Pop Duo/Group Performance – Tony Bennett & Amy Winehouse, “Body and Soul”

Best Pop Instrumental Album – Booker T. Jones, The Road From Memphis

Best Pop Vocal Album – Adele, 21

Best Dance Recording – Skrillex, “Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites”

Best Dance/Electronica Album – Skrillex, Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites

Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album – Tony Bennett & Various Artists, Duets II

Best Rock Performance – Foo Fighters, “Walk”

Best Hard Rock/Metal Performance – Foo Fighters, “White Limo”

Best Rock Song – Foo Fighters, “Walk”

Best Rock Album – Foo Fighters, Wasting Light

Best Alternative Music Album – Bon Iver, Bon Iver

Best R&B Performance – Corinne Bailey Rae, “In This Love”

Best Traditional R&B Performance – Cee Lo Green & Melanie Fiona, “Fool For You”

Best R&B Song – “Fool For You” (Performed by Cee Lo Green & Melanie Fiona)

Best R&B Album – Chris Brown, F.A.M.E.

Best Rap Performance – Kanye West & Jay-Z, “Otis”

Best Rap/Sung Collaboration – Kanye West, Rihanna, Kid Cudi & Fergie,
“All Of The Lights”

Best Rap Song – “All Of The Lights” (Performed by Kanye West, Rihanna,
Kid Cudi & Fergie)

Best Rap Album – Kanye West, My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy

Best Country Solo Performance – Taylor Swift, “Mean”

Best Country Duo/Group Performance – The Civil Wars, “Barton Hollow”

Best Country Song – Taylor Swift, “Mean”

Best Country Album – Lady Antebellum, Own The Night

Best Spoken Word Album – Betty White, If You Ask Me (And Of Course You Won’t)

Best Comedy Album – Louis C.K., Hilarious

Best Musical Theater Album – The Book of Mormon

Best Compilation Soundtrack for Visual Media – Boardwalk Empire: Volume 1

Best Score Soundtrack for Visual Media – Alexandre Desplat, The King’s Speech

Best Song Written For Visual Media – Tangled, “I See The Light”

Best Historical Album – Paul McCartney, Band On The Run

Best Short Form Music Video – Adele, “Rolling in the Deep”

Best Long Form Music Video – Foo Fighters, Foo Fighters: Back And Forth