In the end, the 47th Annual Grammy Awards belonged to Ray Charles. The late music legend was honored with a field-best eight trophies Sunday night, including album of the year for his final work, Genius Loves Company. Charles also won for best pop album and record of the year for "Here We Go Again," with Norah Jones. Song of the year went to John Mayer for "Daughters," and best new artist in the evening's biggest shocker went to Maroon 5 and not Kanye West. West had to settle for three consolation prizes, including best rap album for The College Dropout. Elsewhere, Grammy darling Alicia Keys picked up four awards, while U2 and Usher nabbed three apiece. Among the non-musicians garnering wins were former President Bill Clinton (best spoken word album for his autobiography My Life), Scrubs star Zach Braff (best soundtrack compilation for Garden State) and Britney Spears (best dance recording for "Toxic"). Finally, the night's top honor best Telemundo Variety Show Audition went to J.Lo and Marc Anthony for their performance of "La Gente Está Riendose." For a complete list of the winners, click here.