Adele's mega-hit "Hello" won Song Of The Year at the 2017 Grammy Awards on Sunday night (Feb. 12). It was her third win of the evening after taking she was awarded the honors of Best Pop Vocal Album and Best Pop Solo Performance.

Adele and Greg Kurstin accepted the award on stage, to which Adele began her acceptance speech by apologizing for swearing during her tribute to George Michael. The ceremony cut Greg Kurstin short as he took to the mic to deliver his speech, a move which erupted boos from the crowd who felt that Kurstin should have been given a chance to give his thanks.

See Adele's Acceptance Speech For Song Of The Year

"Hello" faced fierce competition from some of the year's biggest hits, including Beyonce's "Formation," Lukas Graham's "7 Years," Justin Bieber's "Love Yourself," and Mike Posner's "I Took a Pill in Ibiza."

It was a big night for Adele, as the British songstress also opened the show by performing "Hello" and later delivered a moving tribute to George Michael.

Hosted by James Corden, the 59th annual Grammy Awards ceremony took place at the Staples Center in Los Angeles on Sunday, February 12, broadcast live on CBS. The 2017 Grammy Awards nominees were announced on December 6, with a tribute performance to Prince.

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