Grammys: 10 Most-Tweeted Moments of Past Years
From Kanye West jumping onstage during Beck's acceptance speech for 2015 album of the year to Imagine Dragons' collab with Kendrick Lamar, these instances had social media abuzz.
Grammy viewers had flashbacks of Taylor Swift at the 2009 MTV Video Music Awards when Kanye West jumped onstage as Beck won for album of the year back in 2015 — and they immediately took to Twitter to talk about it.
According to data from Twitter, there was one moment even more tweeted-about than that: when Imagine Dragons and Kendrick Lamar joined forces for an unlikely (and unbelievable) performance. Below, you can find the top-tweeted moments of the Grammys since 2012, according to Twitter. Did your favorite Grammy moment make the list?
Top-Tweeted Moments of the #Grammys (since 2012)
1. 2014 - Imagine Dragons and Kendrick Lamar performance
2. 2015 - Beck wins album of the year for Morning Phase and Kanye jumps onstage
3. 2014 - Lorde wins best pop solo performance
4. 2014 - Lorde performance
5. 2015 - Madonna performance
6. 2015 - Sam Smith wins his fourth Grammy, for record of the year
7. 2013 - Jay Z jokes about The-Dream's hat onstage
8. 2013 - Frank Ocean, Jay Z and Kanye win for best rap/sung collaboration
9. 2013 - Rihanna’s solo performance
10. 2013 - Frank Ocean wins best urban contemporary album
Last year, Twitter erupted when Ed Sheeran won song of the year for "Thinking Out Loud," becoming the most-tweeted moment of the 2016 Grammys. Here are the other most-tweeted moments of each year since 2012:
Top-Tweeted Moments of the #Grammys Each Year (since 2012)
2016: Ed Sheeran wins song of the year
2015: Beck wins album of the year for Morning Phase and Kanye jumps onstage
2014: Imagine Dragons and Kendrick Lamar performance
2013: Jay Z makes joke about The-Dream's hat onstage
2012: Adele wins record of the year
This article originally appeared on Billboard.com.