Instead of editorial commentary, Brandwatch has put together the highlights of the 2017 GRAMMYs as described by social media data.

The evening was dominated by drama – Beyoncé reminding us all who is the queen with her instantly iconic performance, her daughter Blue Ivy joining host James Corden for some Carpool Karaoke, and then of course the two memorable Adele moments, her tribute to George Michael and to Beyoncé when she received the Album of the Year award.

Definitely check out Brandwatch posts for more analysis of the social media data they gathered.

But here are the highlights.

Beyoncé's Performance

Beyoncé reminded us all who is not just queen – but a goddess. For the tl;dw (too long; didn't watch), this is the money shot in a gif form.

Only a goddess can defy gravity like that.

Blue Ivy on Carpool Karaoke

Adele's George Michael Tribute

Sound mistake, so Adele starts again and then nails it.

Adele's ABOY Speech

The beauty of live television is that it captures a lot of the drama that could otherwise be edited out later.

Emotions ran high – particularly for winner Adele who mixed in with her two performances and five wins also had technical difficulties during her George Michael tribute.

The evening was topped off with her final speech, bringing Beyoncé to tears when Adele Mean Girl style split the golden gramophone in two to share with her idol.

Meanwhile, Rihanna was all like,