The 65th Grammy Awards saw Harry Styles take home the award for "Album of the Year" for his record "Harry's House". The biggest winner of the night, however, might have been Reina, a 78-year-old Canadian great-grandmother, who got the opportunity to announce the award and hand Harry the trophy. The Grammys invited a group of fans to come on stage to advocate for their favorite artists, and Reina was the one chosen to announce Harry's win. In his acceptance speech, Harry thanked his fans and collaborators. On the other hand, German-born pop singer Kim Petras made Grammys history by becoming the first transgender woman to win the award for best pop duo/group performance. Kim's win was a historic moment not just for her but also for the transgender community. Finally, Viola Davis joined the EGOT club by winning her first Grammy.

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