Taylor Swift wins Album of the Year award for "Midnights," surpassing previous record for the highest number of victories.

Celine Dion has been honored with her second Grammy award, bringing her total number of Grammys won throughout her career to 14.

Billy Joel releases "Turn the Lights Back On," their first new song since 2007, performed by pianist from Long Island.

Following the first live performance of the song that Joel has ever given, he is greeted with a round of applause.

With the award for record of the year, Meryl Streep's son-in-law, Mark Ronson, is presented with the honor.

Streep attempts to clarify the distinction between records, singles, and albums, leading to confusion during the Grammys.

Streep teases Ronson for not winning the song of the year award, a category specifically for songwriters.

If Meryl Streep were to walk away with her first Grammy, she would be one step away from winning an Emmy Award.