On Air Now
The Capital Late Show With Marvin Humes 10pm - 1am
Adele dominated this year's Grammy Awards, and joined fellow winners Rihanna, Foo Fighters and Chris Brown in the winner's room in Los Angeles.
Adele holds her six Grammy Awards for Album Of The Year, Song Of The Year, Record Of The Year, Best Short Form Music Video, Best Pop Solo Vocal Performance and Best Pop Vocal Album.
Adele was undeniably all smiles in the winners room after the ceremony.
The cue cards given to presenters show Adele's clean sweep at this year's ceremony.
Taylor Swift, winner of the Grammy's Best Country Song with 'Mean' and Best Country Solo Performance for 'Mean', poses in the press room.
Adele's Grammys night also saw her perform 'Rolling In The Deep' live for the first time since undergoing successful throat surgery at the end of last year.
Bon Iver beat Nicki Minaj to Best New Artist, and said he was not worthy of the fan-voted honour.
Ryan Tedder, the man behind Adele's Grammy-winning album '21', collects his award for Album Of The Year
Bruce Johnston, David Marks, Brian Wilson, Mike Love and Al Jardine of musical group The Beach Boys pose backstage at the 54th annual Grammy Awards.
Tony Bennett, winner of the Grammys for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance for 'Body and Soul' and Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album for 'Duets II', which featured the late Amy Winehouse.
Diana Ross holds her Grammy Award for Lifetime Achievement in the winners' room.