1.Ed Sheeran earned his first Grammy win for song of the year for "Thinking Out Loud." He thanked his management, co-writers, his record label and his family. “[Thank you to] my parents”, he said, “who have flown for the past four years to come to the Grammys every single year, and every time I lose they go 'maybe next year!'"
艾德·希兰凭借歌曲《Thinking Out Loud》获得第一座“格莱美年度歌曲”奖杯。（领奖时）他感谢了自己的管理人员、联合创作人、厂牌和家人.”（谢谢）我父母”，他说，“过去四年里，他们每年都飞来格莱美陪我，每次我落选时，他们都会安慰我说，也许明年你就成功啦！‘”
2. Megan Trainor, the “All About That Bass” singer nabbed the coveted rookie award and took the stage crying as this will be her first Grammy nomination and award since releasing her first album early last year. Trainor thanked legendary record for introducing her to the music world along with her parents and manager for their continued support through her rise to success.
梅根·特瑞娜，这位凭借《All About That Bass》一炮而红的歌手摘得令人垂涎的“年度新人”大奖。她也因此泪洗颁奖礼。这也是梅根去年发行首张专辑以来收获的第一个格莱美提名和奖项。特瑞娜感谢了传奇唱片的引荐，还感谢了一直支持她的父母以及经纪人。
3. Taylor Swift became the first woman to win album of the year twice. Swift took the opportunity to encourage young women while possibly taking a jab at Kanye West’s recent song "Famous."
“There are going be people along the way who try to undercut your success or take credit for your accomplishments or your fame,” she said. “But if you just focus on the work, and you don’t let those people sidetrack you, someday when you get where you’re going, you’ll look around and you will know that it was you and the people who love you who put you there.” She also thanked her fans, the Recording Academy and her co-executive producer Max Martin, who she said had deserved the recognition for 25 years.“
4. Fresh off their Super Bowl 50 performance, Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars won for record of the year for Uptown Funk. They paid homage to previous musicians for their funk-inspired record such as George Clinton, James Brown, Prince, and others. Mars closed their speech with, “This is dedicated to the fans, we wouldn’t be up here if it wasn’t for the people, thank you.”