8 Moments That Belonged to Women at the 2018 Grammys

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The 2018 Grammys might have highlighted both the #MeToo and Time's Up movements, but its actual representation of female artists was noticeably lacking: Only one woman, Alessia Cara, won an award during the main ceremony, even in categories that were dominated by women who were favored to win. And Album of the Year nominee Lorde was reportedly the only artist in the night's biggest category who was not asked to do a solo performance. Overall, female musicians claimed just 11 of the approximately 80 awards for the night, a disappointing number at any given moment, but doubly so given the air of equality the show was aiming for. But that doesn't mean that women didn't show up and knock it out of the park when they were given the stage. The moments that weren't all about the men stand out as highlights of the night. Check out some of the women who absolutely ruled the stage at the 2018 Grammy Awards. (Photos via Kevin Winter/Getty Images for NARAS)
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