British folk band Mumford and Sons took the top prize at this year's Grammy awards, winning album of the year, for 'Babel'.
British artists Ed Sheeran and Adele attempt to repeat last year's success at the 55th Annual Grammy Awards.
Stars heading to the Grammy Awards this weekend are being told to respect a strict dress code and not flash too much flesh.
There was more success for the Brits last night with both Adele and Mumford and Sons picking up awards at the Grammys in LA.
Indie band Fun. and Gotye were also top of the winners list, collecting multiple awards.
ITV Daybreak's Ross King reports.
Presented by British songstress Adele, this year's album of the year award at the Grammys went to English folk rock band Mumford and Sons, for their album 'Babel'.
The Belgian-Australian artist Gotye has won record of the year at this year's Grammys, for his single, 'Somebody That I Used to Know'.
American indie band Fun. named best new artist at the 2013 Grammys, the band also won song of the year for 'We Are Young.'
Music legend Sir Elton John performed with Ed Sheeran at this year's Grammys, singing Sheeran's single 'The A Team'.
So much fun playing my song with Sir Elton too, will not forget that!!From @edsheeran on Twitter:
The American indie pop band Fun. won song of the year at this year's Grammys for their single 'We Are Young'.
The band were against Brit singer Ed Sheeran who was nominated for his song 'The A Team'.
Adele has won Best Pop Solo Performance Grammy for the live version of her single 'Set Fire To The Rain'.
Last year the British singer won six Grammys, including Album of the Year.
The 55th Annual Grammy Awards have been taking place this evening in Los Angeles.