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Grammys 2017 | Winners room

Beyonce backstage at the 59th Grammy Awards at Staples Center in Los Angeles.

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Adele backstage with her five awards.

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Patton Oswalt holds the trophy for comedy album in the press room.

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Solange Knowles, winner of the award for R&B performance, backstage at the 59th Grammy Awards.

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Maren Morris holds her Grammy for country solo performance.

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Singer Lalah Hathaway holds her trophies for traditional R&B performance and R&B album.

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Melina Matsoukas, video director for Beyonce’s “Formation,” with her Grammy for music video.

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Kalani Pe’a, winner for regional roots music, backstage at the 59th Grammy Awards.

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Tamela Mann blows a kiss to her award for gospel performance/song.

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Songwriter Anthony Paul Jefferies, known professionally as Nineteen85, holds his award for “Hotline Bling.”

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The Chainsmokers, with their award for dance recording, in the press room at the 59th Grammy Awards at Staples Center.

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Sarah Jarosz, winner for folk album and American roots performance.

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Ted Nash, winner for large jazz ensemble and instrumental composition.

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Chucho Valdes shows some love to his award for Latin jazz album backstage at the Grammys. 

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From left: Matthan Minster, Daniel Tichenor, Matthew Shultz, Jared Champion, Nick Bockrath and Brad Shult of the musical group Cage the Elephant pose in the press room with the award for rock album for “Tell Me I’m Pretty." 

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Singer Daya poses with her Grammy for dance recording  for “Don’t Let Me Down.”

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William Bell poses in the press room with his Grammy for Americana album for “This Is Where I Live.”

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Singer-songwriter Lori McKenna poses with the country song Grammy for “Humble and Kind.”

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Greg Kurstin stands with his Grammy for producer of the year, non-classical in the press room backstage.

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