Harry Styles has won best pop solo performance at the 63rd annual Grammy Awards!
On Sunday, the 27-year-old artist beat out Justin Bieber, Doja Cat, Billie Eilish, Dua Lipa and Taylor Swift for the gramophone. (Lizzo won the category last year for "Truth Hurts.")
"Wow," Styles said as he took the stage to accept his first-ever Grammy. "To everyone who made this record with me, thank you so much."
"This was the first song we wrote after my first album came out during a day off in Nashville, and I just want to say thank you to Tom, Tyler and Mitch … Rob Stringer and everyone at Columbia," he continued. "My manager, Jeffrey, who has always nudged me to be better and never pushed me."
Styles concluded by saying he feels "very grateful to be here" and shouting out the talents of his fellow nominees: "I feel very honored to be among all of you, so thank you so much."
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Notably celebrating Styles' win was his fellow category nominee and ex-girlfriend Swift, 31, who stood up and applauded for him, smiling and nodding in his direction.
"Watermelon Sugar" was a huge radio and streaming-platform hit for the singer and Don't Worry Darling actor.
It was released as the fourth single off Styles' sophomore album Fine Line, a follow-up to his namesake debut album.
This year, the former One Direction band member, who opened Sunday's show with his first-ever performance on the Grammys stage, earned his first Grammy nominations, including best pop vocal album for Fine Line and best music video for "Adore You."
Check out PEOPLE's full Grammys coverage to get the latest news on music's biggest night.
As with the other awards shows held in the last few months, this year's Grammy nominees and performers are coming together to celebrate while staying socially distanced amid the ongoing COVID-19 crisis.
Throughout the 2021 show, several music venues across the country, which have been greatly impacted by the pandemic, will be honored as bartenders, box office managers and other day-to-day employees will serve as the presenters for several awards categories.
Among the venues that will be featured are the Troubadour and The Hotel Café in Los Angeles, the Apollo Theater in New York City and The Station Inn in Nashville.
The Grammy Awards, hosted by Trevor Noah, will air Sunday at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT on CBS Television Network and Paramount+.
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