Lady Gaga accepted the award alongside songwriters Anthony Rossomando, Andrew Wyatt, and Mark Ronson, who delivered a speech.
A collection of legends both new and old that could deliver an incredible year for the genre.
Cyrus and Mark Ronson’s BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge appearance also included a performance of “Nothing Breaks Like A Heart”.
Holiday hilarity, an inappropriate joke swap, and an unexpected fight over Weezer win the night.
Cyrus and Mark Ronson performed “Nothing Breaks Like a Heart” and covered “Happy Xmas (War is Over)”.
Also featuring Mark Ronson and Sean Lennon.
The country-inspired track could easily break your heart, too.
Dolly Parton and Lady Gaga are also in contention for Best Original Song.
Our first official taste of Ronson’s forthcoming solo album of “sad bangers.”
Super producer is ready to release the long-awaited follow-up to 2015’s Uptown Special.
Matt Damon, Claire Foy, and Jason Momoa will close down the first half of the 44th season.
A collaboration with Mark Ronson.