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Grammys 2014: Daft Punk Wins Big

LOS ANGELES -- The 56th annual Grammy Awards unfolded as an orchestration of show-stopping performances…while honoring music's legends and young stars.
The 56th annual Grammy Awards unfolded as an orchestration of show-stopping performances…while honoring music's legends and young stars.

Daft Punk won album and record of the year at the 56th annual Grammy Awards Sunday.

Newcomer Lorde, who performed "Royals," won best song of the year and best pop solo performance.
"This is the one thing that I didn't expect most...so thank you so much," she said.

Organizers promised this year's Grammys would be full of surprises. And they certainly delivered.

Macklemore & Ryan Lewis hit plenty of high notes.
The breakthrough act took home best new artist and three rap grammys, including for best rap album.
34 gay and straight couples married as they performed their song "Same Love."

Beyonce and Jay Z rocked the opening with their duet.
Jay Z had a message for his baby girl after nabbing Grammys for best music video and best rap collaboration for his work with Justin Timberlake.
"I want to tell Blue that 'look! Daddy got a gold sippy cup for you."

Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr reunited on stage -- just before the 50th anniversary of the Beatles' first U.S.performance.
McCartney solidified his iconic status, winning two Grammys,including best rock song.


(Teri Okita for CBS News)

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