From Blue Ivy's first Grammy win to Serena and Olympia's choreographed dance, we loved all these sweet moments from music's biggest night.
The 63rd annual Grammy Awards held a socially distanced ceremony Sunday night to honor the biggest achievements in music during a year defined by the pandemic.
Women swept the four major categories: Taylor Swift's "Folklore" won for Album of the Year, H.E.R. won Song of the Year for "I Can't Breathe," Megan Thee Stallion was named Best New Artist, and Billie Eilish took home the night's top prize, Record of the Year.
With her 28th award, Beyoncé became the winningest woman in Grammys history.
There were also some sweet moments, too!
Blue Ivy won her first Grammy Award
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Like mother, like daughter.
On the night that her mother became the winningest woman in Grammys history, Blue Ivy Carter took home her own trophy.
At 9 years old, Beyonce and Jay-Z's oldest daughter earned her first Grammy Award for her role in the music video "Brown Skin Girl." Blue Ivy received a writing credit for the song, alongside her mother and Nigerian singer-songwriter Wizkid.
"Brown Skin Girl" is featured on Beyoncé's "Lion King: The Gift" album. The video premiered last summer and stars Lupita Nyong'o, Kelly Rowland and others as they sing about Black female empowerment.
Serena and Olympia Williams celebrate Megan Thee Stallion’s wins
Megan Thee Stallion won three Grammy Awards, including Best New Artist. Two of her most famous fans—Serena and Olympia Williams—celebrated with a sweet mother-daughter dance.
Serena shared a video on Instagram of the pair dancing to Megan's "Body."
While Serena wears a gold gown with a tulle skirt for the dance, Olympia's dressed in a Princess Aurora gown. How cute!
Later in the video, the pair continued their dance on a tennis court, surrounded by friends.
We love seeing women supporting women!
Chrissy Teigen and John Legend’s son Miles hilariously photobombs their portrait
Although John Legend won a Grammy last night for R&B Album of the Year, he and wife Chrissy Teigen opted to stay home amid the ongoing pandemic. That didn't stop the couple from posing for celebratory photos, though.
Chrissy shared a series of images of the couple on Twitter with the caption "House grammys 2021."
In the photos, Chrissy's wearing a black corset dress, while John went with a plush Versace bathrobe. But it's their son Miles who may have stolen the show.
In one of the images, Miles is sitting on the floor, wearing gray sweatpants, a red sweatshirt, and a tired expression. His little face is a whole mood and we just love it!
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