Lady GaGa had the most liked Instagram photo of the Grammys.
The 'Million Reasons' hitmaker flashing the flesh in a risque leather outfit has been revealed as the most popular image posted on the photo-sharing site during the award's ceremony, which took place in Los Angeles on Sunday evening (12.02.17).
The black and white picture, which has 760,000 likes at the time of writing, was simply captioned: ''2017 Grammy's.''
Following closely behind was Jennifer Lopez's post, where she could be seen sat in her seat at the award's ceremony with the train of her dress billowing into the aisle.
The screenshot of the 'No Problem' hitmaker's messages shows Drake having sent him a string of texts, which read: ''CONGRATS BOI!!!!!! ... WELL DESERVED ... I AM IN MANCHESTER HAVING A DRINK FOR U BROSKI ... MORE MORE MORE (sic)''
And the 23-year-old rapper had a message ready to send back, which said: ''Love you bro! I'm hearing amazing things about tour!''
Meanwhile, a picture of The Weeknd posing with Daft Punk - who he performed with onstage during the ceremony - placed fourth whilst Chrissy Teigen's drunken snap with husband John Legend and Jason Derulo ranked fifth place.
Captioning the picture, she wrote: ''Grammys. Beyonce. Done. @jasonderulo @johnlegend (sic)''
Elsewhere, Ariana Grande's video thanking the Recording Academy for her two nominations was the most liked Instagram video of the event.
She wrote: ''thank you @therecordingacademy for acknowledging our work last year! Best of luck and lots of love to everybody there tonight. (sic)''
And a video of Rihanna taking a shot from her jewel encrusted hip flask placed second in the rankings and has amassed an impressive 3.5 million views since it was posted.
The Weeknd and Jennifer Lopez both featured in the top five photograph and video posts whilst Remy Ma completed the line up with a video of herself making her way to the Grammys.
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