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Highlights From Last Night's Grammys, Including Katy Perry's Cleavage And Fun Being Fun

LOS ANGELES -And the winner of the 55th Grammy Awards is... the younger generation. Sunday night's Gammys were all about Mumford & Sons, Fun, Gotye and the Black Keys.

Gotye (left) and Kimbra (right) during their acceptance speech, Youtube expand=1].

Here are the night's big winners:

Record of the year: Somebody That I Used To Know – Gotye Featuring Kimbra

Album of the year: Babel – Mumford & Sons

Song of the year: We Are Young - Jack Antonoff, Jeff Bhasker, Andrew Dost & Nate Ruess, songwriters (Fun. featuring Janelle Monáe)

Best New Artist: Fun

Best rock album: El Camino – The Black Keys

Best R&B album: Black Radio – Robert Glasper Experiment

Best rap album: Take Care – Drake

Highlights of the evening included Katy Perry’s cleavage and J-Lo’s dress:

Katy Perry last night at the Grammy's in bright green twitter.com/masatostudio/s…

— Masato Jones(@masatostudio) February 11, 2013

J Lo in black. ðŸ˜�ðŸ˜� twitter.com/JordanEllisHop…

— Jordan™ (@JordanEllisHope) February 11, 2013

Other highlights included Fun lead singer Nate Reuss' speech: “I don't know what I was thinking writing the chorus for this song. If you have HD you can see us, and we are not young."

A glimpse at the night's big winners:

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