The 61st Annual Grammy Awards were held over the weekend and there were big winners, big losers and bigger after parties.
Both Childish Gambino and country musician, Kacey Musgraves, took home 4 awards each.
It was the first year in Grammys history that women had won five of the top album awards - album of the year (Kacey Musgraves), best pop album (Ariana Grande), best country album (Musgraves), best R&B album (H.E.R.) and best rap album (Cardi B) - becoming the first female in history to win this award in this category.
But aside from all the awards and red carpet, a quick check on social media uncovered what appears to the be the first mainstream remix of Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper's hit, Shallow, with the British producer behind the decks spinning the track for the first time at his own afterparty!
Well he did co-write it after all...Check it out!
Shallow - Mark Ronson Remix pic.twitter.com/P0ES0AGVPH— Lady Gaga Now 👾 (@LadyGagaNowNet) February 11, 2019