Taylor Swift's Grammys 2014 probably wasn't one for her scrapbook. The country-pop star failed to land the award for best country album - losing out to Kacey Musgrave's Same Trailer Different Park - and was then spotted mistakenly half-celebrating a win in the Best Album category before realising the successful recipient was actually RRRRRandom Access Memories by Daft Punk and not RRRRRed, but Taylor Swift.
Taylor Swift at the Pre-Grammys Bash
Quite why young Swifty thought she'd won the evening's top award after her record failed to win in its genre is beyond us, though then again, the surprise on her and her various label executives' faces said it all.
Daft Punk were the big winners at the biggest night in music, taking home a total of five prizes including the big ones: Record of the Year for Get Lucky and Best Album for Random Access Memories.
Elsewhere, Lorde's Royals won Best Song, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis won Best new Artists and Bruno Mars won Best Pop Vocal Album for his well-received Unorthodox Jukebox record.
Elsewhere, Alicia Keys won Best R&B Album for Girl on Fire and Thomas Newman won in the movie score category for his work on Skyfall. Adele's title-track from the James Bond film won Best Movie Song.
Taylor Swift at the Grammy Awards 2014
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