English singer Adele’s "Hello" won a Grammy for the best song of the year at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles, California.
Adele used her speech to honor Beyonce and her groundbreaking "Lemonade" album, which was also nominated. And backstage, she told press she voted for Beyonce when putting in her ballot for album of the year, reported by the Associated Press.
The British singer won five Grammys on the night, adding Best Pop Vocal Album and Best Pop Solo Performance, as she repeated her feat from 2012, when 21 and its single "Rolling in the Deep" swept the top three honors as well.
The night for Adele wasn't all good though: The singer, who had trouble with her live performance at last year's Grammys, asked to restart her tribute to George Michael, telling the audience: "I can't mess this up for him." She stopped and used an expletive after singing some of a new arrangement of Michael's "Fastlove," as videos and photos of Michael played in the background. She re-sang the song and earned applause and support from the crowd, though Adele was teary eyed.