History was made — and repeated — in a number of key ways at the 65th Grammy Awards on Sunday in Los Angeles, where Beyoncé’s latest victories made her the biggest winner in Grammy history.
The vocal superstar and pop-culture icon arrived with a field-leading nine nominations — and 28 previous Grammy victories. She left with four more for her 2022 album, “Renaissance,” but not, significantly, for album of the year or record of the year, two categories she has yet to win.
Those upset wins went to, respectively, Harry Styles for “Harry’s House” and Lizzo for “About Damn Time.” Song of the year a category went to a visibly stunned Bonnie Raitt for her understated ballad, “Just Like That.”
Kim Petras and Sam Smith
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Robert Gauthier has been with the Los Angeles Times since 1994. He was the photographer for a project detailing the failings of an L.A. public hospital that won the 2005 Pulitzer Prize for public service. Before The Times, Gauthier worked at the San Diego Union-Tribune, the Escondido Times-Advocate and the Bernardo News in San Diego County, his hometown.
Photojournalist Allen J. Schaben began his career at the Los Angeles Times shortly after he earned his bachelor’s degree in journalism with minors in art and psychology at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in 1994.