In the words of Pitbull, "They can't, they won't, they never will, stop the party." Sounds like the mantra for Grammys night.
Once again, music's big night could be heard around the world as the industry's brightest stars gathered at the Staples Center in Los Angeles to celebrate what they do best.
Childish Gambino and Kacey Musgraves led the pack of winners this year with four statues each while Cardi B made history at the 2019 Grammys as the first female solo winner to take home Best Rap Album on her first win. Lady Gaga used her victory as a chance highlight mental health at the microphone and Michelle Obama wowed the crowd with a surprise appearance. Plus, the show paid special tribute to icon Dolly Parton, Diana Ross and the late icon Aretha Franklin along with a commemoration of Motown—and those were just some of the dozens of performances that filled the stage throughout the jam-packed night. Needless to say, it was quite the award show and there was plenty of reason to keep the celebration going once it was time for the show to sign off.
You can bet the stars did just that. After changing out of their designer duds and into cool ensembles worthy of the after-party scene, they headed out into the city to party at the hot spots.
Over at the Republic Records Grammys after-party, sponsored by Fiji Water, famous faces like engaged stars Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas could be seen having a great time. According to a source, the two were "the life of the party" as they danced and mingled with friends.
Dance pros Derek Hough and Mark Ballas impressed party guests with their moves on the dance floor while music legend Stevie Wonder hung out with friends at a table.
Over at the Universal Music Group Grammys after-party, icons like Mick Jagger and Earth, Wind & Fire were in attendance as were some of the night's winners, such as Musgraves with her husband Ruston Kelly. Exes Niall Horan and Hailee Steinfeld both attended, though it didn't seem like they crossed paths, according to a source.
Meanwhile, at his own after-party, Mark Ronson and his fellow "Shallow" songwriter Lady Gaga celebrated their Grammy win by rocking out behind the DJ booth.
Needless to say, it was an unforgettable night in Tinseltown for music's most beloved. Check out E!'s gallery below to see inside some of this year's after-parties.
Now, let the countdown to next year's Grammys officially commence!
—Reporting by Alli Rosenbloom and Amanda Williams