Pop star Lady Gaga was one of the main winners at last night’s Grammy Awards.

Check out our gallery of the event here.

After arriving at the ceremony in a giant egg which she was later 'born' out of, the singer went on to win three awards, including 'Best Pop Vocal Album' for The Fame Monster, 'Best Female Pop Vocal Performance' and 'Best Short Form Video' for Bad Romance.

American country trio Lady Antebellum, comprising of Charles Kelley, Dave Haywood and Hillary Scotts won five awards out of the six they were nominated for. They walked away with 'Song of the Year', 'Record of the Year', 'Best Country Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals', 'Best Country Song' and 'Best Country Album'.

Eminem and Rihanna gave the big performance of the night, blasting out their hit song 'Love the way you lie'. Eminem also bagged the gongs for 'Best Rap Solo Performance' for Not Afraid and 'Best Rap Album' for Recovery.

The full list of winners:

Album of the year – Arcade Fire, The Suburbs

Record of the year – Lady Antebellum, Need You Now

Song of the year – Need You Now (Lady Antebellum, performers)

Best new artist – Esperanza Spalding

Best female pop vocal performance – Lady Gaga, Bad Romance

Best male pop vocal performance – Bruno Mars, Just the Way You Are

Best pop vocal album – Lady Gaga, The Fame Monster

Best traditional pop vocal album – Michael Buble, Crazy Love

Best electronic/dance album – La Roux, La Roux

Best solo rock vocal performance – Paul McCartney, Helter Skelter

Best hard rock performance – Them Crooked Vultures, New Fang

Best metal performance – Iron Maiden, El Dorado

Best rock song – Angry World (Neil Young)

Best rock album – Muse, The Resistance

Best alternative music album – The Black Keys, Brothers

Best female R&B vocal performance – Fantasia, Bittersweet

Best male R&B vocal performance – Usher, There Goes My Baby

Best urban/alternative performance – Cee Lo Green, F*** You

Best R&B song – Shine (John Legend and the Roots)

Best contemporary R&B album – Usher, Raymond v Raymond

Best rap solo performance – Eminem, Not Afraid

Best rap song – Empire State of Mind (Jay–Z and Alicia Keys, performers)

Best rap album– Eminem, Recovery

Best female country vocal performance – Miranda Lambert, The House That Built Me

Best male country vocal performance – Keith Urban, Til Summer Comes Around

Best country song – Need You Now (Lady Antebellum, performers)

Best country album– Lady Antebellum, Need You Now

Best contemporary jazz album – The Stanley Clarke Band, The Stanley Clarke Band

Best Americana album – Mavis Staples, You Are Not Alone

Best contemporary blues album – Buddy Guy, Living Proof

Best contemporary folk album – Ray LaMontagne and the Prairie Dogs, God Willin' & the Creek Don't Rise

Best classical album: Verdi: Requiem (Ildar Abdrazakov, Olga Borodina, Barbara Frittoli & Mario Zeffiri; Chicago Symphony Orchestra; Chicago Symphony Chorus)