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Adele ended her night at the 2017 Grammy Awards with back-to-back wins for album of the year and record of the year, but used her final moments on stage to salute Beyoncé and her "monumental" album "Lemonade." Beyoncé, meanwhile, wowed the audience with a spiritual performance and also took home the prize for urban contemporary album. Chance the Rapper was also among the top winners of the night, taking the prize for new artist as well as rap album.

Dolly Parton and Pentatonix win country duo/roup performance award for 'Jolene'

One of the great country weepers of all time, Dolly Parton's "Jolene," has earned its first Grammy for her performance of the song with vocal group Pentatonix. The song was originally written by Parton in 1973, but last year Pentatonix teamed with her to rerecord it.

This is Parton's eighth competitive Grammy win. She's previously scored trophies for "Here You Come Again" and "9 to 5," and for albums including her "Trio" album with Linda Ronstadt and Emmylou Harris, among others. It's also Parton's first Grammy since she won female vocal country performance in 2002 for "Shine."

Listen to the winning song below.

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