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The 2017 Grammys are officially underway. Keep refreshing this page to see the winners' acceptance speeches throughout the night.
BEST NEW ARTIST: Chance the Rapper
The powers-that-be tried to play Lil Chano off the stage, but he made sure to give credit where due anyway: "Glory be to God, I claim victory in the name of the Lord."
BEST URBAN CONTEMPORARY ALBUM: Beyonce, Lemonade
First addressing her daughter Blue Ivy in the audience ("Hi, baby"), Bey then read her speech from an outfit-matching gold card.
BEST RAP ALBUM: Coloring Book by Chance the Rapper
In an unexpected second visit to the stage, the unprepared Rapper gave nod to original independent artists and supportive services.
SONG OF THE YEAR: "Hello" by Adele and George Kurstin
Adele took her acceptance speech opportunity to apologize for her George Michael tribute mishap before giving major thanks to her co-writer Kurstin.
RECORD OF THE YEAR: "Hello" by Adele
Winning her second award of the night, Adele closed her speech by gushing about her icon Beyonce and asking the Queen to be her "mummy."
ALBUM OF THE YEAR: 25 by Adele
Surprised as much as viewers were, Adele graciously denied her win and gave a speech that honored who she thought the award truly belonged to: Beyonce. Naturally, Twitter reacted.