The best memes and tweets from the 2024 Grammy Awards

This year's Grammy Awards are all about girl power. The 66th annual awards show includes performances from superstars including SZA, Olivia Rodrigo, Billie Eilish and Dua Lipa. Heading into the night, SZA leads the way with nine nominations, followed by Following are Victoria Monet and Phoebe Bridgers, with 7 nominations each.

But that's not all: There's only one male nominee, Jon Batiste, up for Record of the Year and Album of the Year. In addition to him, Miley Cyrus, Taylor Swift, Rodrigo, boygenius and SZA are also nominated in both categories; Eilish ( Eilish and Monet among record of the year contenders, while Lana Del Rey and Janelle Monáe complete the album nominations.

Following recent tradition, Trevor Noah hosted the 2024 ceremony.

It was a night filled with surprises — including Swift's album reveal and history-making win, as well as an emotional return from Celine Dion — and fans taking to social media to express their thoughts live. Next up, the hottest reactions from the show.

Tracy Chapman returns to the stage

Tracy Chapman and Luke Combs perform at the 66th Annual Grammy Awards. Robert Gauthier/Los Angeles Times/Getty Images

Legendary vocalist Tracy Chapman returns to the stage for the first time in nearly four years to perform "Fast Car" with Luke Combs, a cover by Luke Combs The country-style song was nominated for Best Country Solo Performance in 1988.

Fans at home were just as excited as the audience, including Taylor Swift, who was on her feet throughout the show.

Taylor Swift at the awards show. Robert Gauthier/Los Angeles Times/Getty Images

Users on X (formerly Twitter) welcomed Chapman's return, with one fan writing: "Seeing Tracy Chapman singing on live TV in 2024 feels so surreal, like I'm The moment was mesmerizing." One user called it "one of the coolest Grammy moments I've seen in a long time," while another praised Combs for "helping Chap. Mann got the flowers she deserved.”

Of course, people also loved Swift's reaction to the performance, with one fan writing: "Taylor Swift is so relatable and I couldn't keep quiet when Tracy Chapman sang 'Fast Car' Sit down." Another said the moment was "all the best in the world."

Miley Cyrus got her "flower"

Miley Cyrus performed "Flowers" at the Grammy Awards. Valerie Macon/AFP/Getty Images

No one had more fun at the Grammys than Cyrus. She performed the song that won her the award after she won her first Grammy Award for Best Pop Solo Performance. At one point, she shouted to the audience not to dance, which brought Swift, Oprah Winfrey and Kylie Minogue to their feet.

Cyrus also paid tribute to Tina Turner at the end, before lowering her microphone stand in grand fashion. Needless to say, fans are ecstatic about the entire number.

"Miley went to the school of Tina Turner and Cher and graduated at the top of her class!" one fan wrote, while another wrote: "That's one acting baby."

To top it off, Cyrus ended the night by winning Record of the Year and bragging about how beautiful she was while thanking her loved ones. "I don't think I forgot anyone, but I probably forgot my underwear. Goodbye!" she said and walked away.

Jay-Z calls everyone out

Jay-Z accepts Dr. Dre Global Impact Award. Valerie Macon/AFP/Getty Images

During the show, Jay-Z was honored with the Dr. Dre Global Impact Award, and he called out everyone, including the Grammys themselves, in his acceptance speech. He noted that his wife, Beyoncé, is the most decorated Grammy winner of all time but has yet to win album of the year.

"She's won more Grammys than anyone but never won Album of the Year," he said. "That won't work."

People on Beyoncé lost the Album of the Year award for her 2016 record to Adele's "25." " Oh Jay-Z is here to talk today," one user wrote.

Taylor Swift makes history

Swift won album of the year for "Midnights." Valerie Macon/AFP/Getty Images

At the end of the show, Swift made history by winning Album of the Year for her 2022 album "Midnights," making her the first artist to win the honor four times.

She first won the award in 2010 for her second album Fearless , followed by 1989 in 2016 and Folklore in 2021.

It didn't take long for the Swifties on X to celebrate their victory. They also loved when Swift dragged Lana Del Rey, who is also nominated in the category, on stage. Swift praised her collaborators. “She was a traditional artist, a legend in her prime,” she said. “I’m so lucky to have known you and been your friend.”