Continuing her quest for world domination, Taylor Swift won the top honor -- album of the year -- at the 52nd Annual Grammy Awards Sunday night.
Of her eight nominations, Swift won four: album of the year, country album, country song ("White Horse") and female country vocal performance ("White Horse").
Beyonce, the night's leader with 10 nominations, snagged six awards: song of the year for "Single Ladies (Put a Ring On It)," best female pop vocal performance for "Halo," best female R&B performance for "Single Ladies," best traditional R&B performance for "At Last," best contemporary R&B album and best R&B song for "Single Ladies."
Here are the other winners in major Grammy categories. See winners in other categories by clicking on the link that accompanies this page.
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Best new artist: Zac Brown Band
Best pop vocal album: "The E.N.D.," Black Eyed Peas
Best comedy album: Stephen Colbert, "A Colbert Christmas: The Greatest Gift of All"
Record of the year: "Use Somebody," Kings of Leon
Best rock album: "21st Century Breakdown," Green Day
Best rap/sung collaboration: "Run This Town," Jay-Z, Rihanna, Kanye West
Best dance recording: "Poker Face," Lady Gaga
Best electronic/dance album: "The Fame," Lady Gaga
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