Grammy Performances by Demi Lovato, Alicia Keys Top Twitter and Facebook, Respectively

Keys was joined by Boyz II Men in paying tribute to late NBA superstar Kobe Bryant

An upside down triangle behind a Grammy Award
The 62nd Annual Grammy Awards were handed out Sunday night. The Recording Academy/Getty Images

Demi Lovato’s performance of “Anyone” captivated Twitter users during the 62nd Annual Grammy Awards Sunday night, while the top social moment on Facebook was provided by Alicia Keys for her opening and tribute to late National Basketball Association superstar Kobe Bryant, as well as her performance of “It’s So Hard to Say Goodbye to Yesterday” with Boyz II Men.

Twitter said the three most-tweeted moments Sunday night were:

  1. Lovato performs “Anyone”
  2. BTS fans react to a tweet from the band
  3. Billie Eilish wins Record of the Year

The most-talked-about moments on Facebook during the Grammy Awards were:

  1. Keys’ opening, tribute to Bryant and performance with Boyz II Men
  2. Tyler, the Creator’s performance with Boyz II Men and Charlie Wilson
  3. Camila Cabello’s performance of “First Man,” dedicated to her father
  4. Eilish’s sweep of Best New Artist, Record, Song and Album of the Year
  5. Lovato’s performance

Twitter said there were more than 2 million Grammy-related tweets from Jan. 1 through the day of the event.

The most-tweeted-about artists during that period were:

  1. BTS
  2. Ariana Grande
  3. Lovato
  4. Eilish
  5. Lizzo
  6. Meek Mill
  7. Rosalía
  8. Cabello
  9. Jonas Brothers
  10. Lil Nas X

The most-tweeted-about celebrities on the red carpet Sunday night were:

  1. BTS
  2. Grande
  3. Eilish
  4. Lil Nas X
  5. Rosalía

The most-tweeted-about musicians during the event were:

  1. BTS
  2. Lovato
  3. Grande
  4. Cabello
  5. Eilish

The most-tweeted-about songs of the night were:

  1. “Old Town Road”
  2. “Bad Guy”
  3.  “Anyone”

Twitter shared these tweets about the tribute to Bryant:

Twitter also shared these tweets about Lovato’s comeback performance:

Finally, Twitter shared these humorous tweets from Sunday night: David Cohen is editor of Adweek's Social Pro Daily.