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Grammys 2016 winners captured backstage moments after they get their trophies

The Weeknd

The Weeknd kisses one of his Grammys. He won for R&B performance and urban contemporary album.

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Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift cradles her Grammys for album of the year, pop vocal album and music video backstage at the 58th Grammy Awards at Staples Center in Los Angeles.

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Alabama Shakes

Alabama Shakes hold their Grammys for alternative music album, rock song and rock performance steady.

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Chris Stapleton

Chris Stapleton displays his Grammys backstage for country album (“Traveller”) and country solo performance (“Traveller”).

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Meghan Trainor

Meghan Trainor is all about that Grammy for best new artist.

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Mark Ronson

Producer Mark Ronson, winner of the pop duo/group performance award for “Uptown Funk,” poses in the press room. He would also win record of the year for that megahit single.

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Ghost

Metal performance winners Ghost backstage at the Grammy Awards.

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Angelique Kidjo

Angelique Kidjo balances her Grammy for world music album.

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Pentatonix

Pentatonix members, from left, Ben Bram, Mitch Grassi, Scott Hoying, Avi Kaplan, Kristin Maldonado, and Kevin Olusola, share the Grammy for arrangement, instrumental or a cappella for “Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy." 

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Muse

Muse’s Matt Bellamy, left, and Dominic Howard won the rock album Grammy for “Drones.”

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Kirk Franklin

Kirk Franklin, right, winner of the Grammy for gospel performance for the song “Wanna Be Happy?”

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Jason Isbell

Singer-songwriter Jason Isbell won the Grammys for Americana album (“Something More Than Free”) and American roots song (“24 Frames”).

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Tobymac

Tobymac won the contemporary Christian music album Grammy for “This Is Not a Test.”

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