People.com Entertainment Music Women Ruled the 2021 Grammys with History-Making Wins and Jaw-Dropping Performances Beyoncé, Megan Thee Stallion, Taylor Swift and Billie Eilish are just a few of the incredible female artists who dominated the Grammys during music's biggest night By Diane J. Cho Diane J. Cho Diane J. Cho was the Features Editor of PEOPLE Digital from 2019 to 2022. She worked at the brand for nearly four years covering news, features, human interest, evergreen, holiday gift guides and more. She launched the How I Parent and What It's Really Like to Be …. digital series and has interviewed several celebrities and influential leaders within the entertainment industry. Prior to joining PEOPLE, Diane worked at Bustle, VH1 and Complex. She received her bachelor's degree in Journalism from Rutgers University and her master's degree from Columbia Journalism School. People Editorial Guidelines Published on March 14, 2021 11:57 PM Share Tweet Pin Email 01 of 14 Beyoncé and Blue Ivy Carter Beyoncé and daughter Blue Ivy Carter. ... had an incredible night, starting off with their dual win for best music video for "Brown Skin Girl." At 9 years old, Blue is one of the youngest people to ever win a Grammy. Beyoncé also made history for earning the most Grammy wins ever, with 28 wins, including tonight's awards for best rap song for "Savage" and best R&B performance for "Black Parade." 02 of 14 Megan Thee Stallion Megan Thee Stallion. Kevin Winter/Getty ... earned a best rap performance and best rap song win for "Savage" featuring Beyoncé. She also won big by beating out Ingrid Andress, Phoebe Bridgers, Chika, Noah Cyrus, D Smoke, Doja Cat and Kaytranada for this year's best new artist. (And lest we forget, she also brought the house down with her performance of "WAP" with Cardi B.) 03 of 14 Fiona Apple Fiona Apple. Amanda Edwards/WireImage/Getty Images ... took home best rock performance for "Shameika" and best alternative music album for Fetch the Bolt Cutters. 04 of 14 Brittany Howard Brittany Howard. Getty ... won best rock song for "Stay High" off of her 2019 album Jaime. 05 of 14 Ledisi TOUT ONLY DO NOT USE Prince Encouraged Singer Ledisi to Leave Her Record Label: He Was All About 'Owning Your Legacy'. Getty Images ... nabbed best traditional R&B performance for "Anything for You." 06 of 14 The Highwomen Alysse Gafkjen ... took home best country song for "Crowded Table." 07 of 14 Tiffany Haddish Tiffany Haddish/Instagram ... beat out Patton Oswalt, Jim Gaffigan, Bill Burr and Jerry Seinfeld for best comedy album for Black Mitzvah. 08 of 14 Billie Eilish Finneas and Billie Eilish. Rich Fury/Getty ... and her brother Finneas won best song written for visual media for their tune "No Time to Die" from the upcoming Bond film, which stars Daniel Craig and Ana de Armas. 09 of 14 Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande Ariana Grande (left) and Lady Gaga (right). Lady Gaga/Youtube ... won best pop duo/group performance for "Rain on Me." 10 of 14 Miranda Lambert Miranda Lambert. Kevin Winter/Getty ... was awarded with best country album for Wildcard. 11 of 14 H.E.R. H.E.R. with Tiara Thomas at the Grammys. Kevin Winter/Getty ... and co-writer Tiara Thomas earned song of the year for "I Can't Breathe," a track written over FaceTime as a response to the death of George Floyd. 12 of 14 Dua Lipa Kevin Winter/Getty ... took home a big win for best pop vocal album for Future Nostalgia. 13 of 14 Taylor Swift Taylor Swift. ... received the coveted album of year award for Folklore. 14 of 14 Billie Eilish Kevin Winter/Getty ... won the biggest award of the night, record of the year, for her song "Everything I Wanted." Eilish beat out Beyoncé, Black Pumas, DaBaby, Doja Cat, Dua Lipa, Post Malone and Megan Thee Stallion to earn the prestigious honor.