Grammys 2023: Full list of UK winners at Los Angeles awards ceremony- including Harry Styles and Ozzy Osbourne

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There were plenty of UK winners at the 2023 Grammy Awards - here’s the full list

The 2023 Grammy Awards have come and gone, with many of the biggest names in music leaving with honours. The ceremony in Los Angeles took place overnight, with plenty of big stars in attendance.

The UK was well represented in the nominations for the event. Several of these nominations turned into awards, with plenty of homegrown representation.

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The big winner of the night was Harry Styles. The singer’s album ‘Harry’s House’ beat the likes of Beyoncé, Adele, and Abba.

Beyoncé did leave LA with plenty of accolades however. The iconic singer won the Best Dance/Electronic Music Album and her song ‘Cuff it’ picked up the award for best R&B song.

Metal legend Ozzy Osbourne won two Grammys which were his first gongs from the ceremony in 29 years. The founding member of Black Sabbath retired from music following ill health.

Black Sabbath star Ozzy Osbourne has cancelled his UK and Europe tour.Black Sabbath star Ozzy Osbourne has cancelled his UK and Europe tour.
Black Sabbath star Ozzy Osbourne has cancelled his UK and Europe tour. | Getty Images

Full list of UK winners at 2023 Grammy Awards

  • Album of the Year Harry Styles - Harry’s House
  • Best Pop Solo Performance - Adele - Easy on Me
  • Best Pop Duo/Group Performance - Sam Smith & Kim Petras - Unholy
  • Best Pop Vocal Album - Harry Styles - Harry’s House
  • Best Music Video - Taylor Swift - All Too Well: The Short Film
  • Best Alternative Music Performance - Wet Leg - Chaise Lounge
  • Best Alternative Music Album - Wet Leg - Wet Leg
  • Best Metal Performance - Ozzy Osbourne Featuring Tony Iommi - Degradation Rules
  • Best Rock Album - Ozzy Osbourne - Patient Number 9
  • Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical - Harry Styles - Harry’s House

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