Grammys 2020: Billie Eilish sweeps all four major categories, including album and record of the year

“Bad Guy” led to good news all around for teenage phenom Billie Eilish at the Grammy Awards on Sunday night.

The 18-year-old singer swept all four major honors at the 62nd annual Grammys, winning album, record and song of the year as well as best new artist – the first person to do so since Christopher Cross in 1981 – plus picked up best pop vocal album on a night that honored young talent and the loss of NBA star Kobe Bryant.

“Tonight is for Kobe,” pronounced pop sensation Lizzo as she kicked off the ceremony, one of several tributes to the Los Angeles Laker during the show hosted by Alicia Keys.

Lizzo won solo pop performance for “Truth Hurts,” Tyler, the Creator took best rap album, and country mainstay Tanya Tucker won her first Grammys in her long career. In addition to awards, there were plenty of memorable performances, including emotional turns from Camila Cabello and Demi Lovato.