The Best and Gayest of the 2014 Grammys

Last night’s Grammys was a bit of a mix of boring and brilliant, which has become par for the course in the last few years. Let’s break down the best moments, in case you missed them or want to relive them again.

BeyoncĂ© opened the show in a very sexy Chromat-created outfit from out designer Becca McCharen. Bey’s “Drunk in Love” had her showing her love for her hubs Jay-Z, but we appreciated her bootyliciousness, per usual.

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Lorde is only 17-years-old, but she is now a two-time Grammy winner. The “Royals” singer performed impeccably and stuck to her goth chic attire for the night.

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Taylor Swift sounded pretty sweet when she took to the piano for her song “All Too Well,” but the country singer who really won the night was Kacey Musgraves. Katy Perry‘s upcoming tour mate performed “Follow Your Arrow,” a song co-written with out songwriter Brandy Clark that encourages you to kiss boys or girls, whatever you’re into. Kacey took home Best Country Album for Same Trailer Different Park and Best Country Song.

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Katy herself did a Coven-inspired performance of “Dark Horse,” complete with using an enlarged broomstick as a pole. Somewhere her super Christian parents are crying.

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