Adele's Hello won the song of the year prize at the Grammys at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles Sunday. She apologized for cursing earlier in the show during a tribute to the late George Michael. During the tribute to Michael, Adele stopped her performance near the beginning and used an expletive and said "I can't mess this up for him." She restarted her singing after that. Chance the Rapper who has released his music only through streaming won three Grammys, including best new artist. Beyoncé delivered a performance that was an ode to motherhood with her baby bump featured prominently. The superstar was introduced by her mother Tina Knowles. Beyoncé won the Grammy for best urban contemporary album for Lemonade. The battle for the top awards was expected to be between two of the most successful women in pop — Beyoncé and Adele. They were competing in the top three categories — album, record and song of the year. Challenging the two for album of the year are Justin Bieber, Drake and Sturgill Simpson.