Lady Antebellum

Lady Antebellum topped Sunday's Grammy Awards, taking home five trophies, including record of the year for their crossover hit "Need You Now."

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The tune also won song of the year (a songwriter's award), country duo/group vocal, and country song. The group's album, Need You Now, was named best country album, but it lost album of the year to Arcade Fire's The Suburbs.

Jay-Z, John Legend and Lady Gaga went home with three trophies each. Eminem, who led with 10 nominations, only captured two: rap solo performance for "Not Afraid" and rap album for Recovery — 2010's best-selling album.

Jazz artist Esperanza Spalding pulled off the night's biggest upset, earning best new artist honors over Justin Bieber, Drake, Florence + The Machine and Mumford & Sons. She is the first jazz artist to win the award.

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Train won the first award on the prime-time telecast, taking pop duo/group vocal for their live version of "Hey Soul Sister."

"Thanks, Justin Bieber, for not being a duo or group," frontman Pat Monahan said.

Other winners included Usher, Jeff Beck, The Black Keys, Bruno Mars, Rihanna, Miranda Lambert, Cee Lo Green,  and Danger Mouse

Check out the full list of winners here.

Album of Year: The Suburbs, Arcade Fire
Record of the Year: "Need You Now," Lady Antebellum
Song of the Year: "Need You Now," Lady Antebellum
New Artist: Esperanza Spalding
Pop Duo/Group Vocal: "Hey Soul Sister" (Live), Train
Pop Vocal Album: The Fame Monster, Lady Gaga
Rock Album: The Resistance, Muse
Rap Album: Recovery, Eminem
Female Country Vocal: "The House That Built Me," Miranda Lambert
Country Album: Need You Now, Lady Antebellum