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If you tuned into Monday night’s broadcast of the Grammys, you know that there were plenty of mixed reviews about the show itself. From the highly anticipated Hamilton performance and the random celebrity guest appearances (Gary Sinese… what?) it was quite a mixed bag.

Still, there were plenty of highlights to celebrate, like Taylor‘s awesome acceptance speech for album of the year (take that, Kanye), and Kendrick Lamar completely sweeping the awards — as expected. Heck, we even loved Demi Lovato‘s performance, which proved yet again that girl can sing like it’s nobody’s business. Except maybe Lionel Richie’s.

But when it comes to the overall winner of the night, we’re going to have to say that it was Justin Bieber who cleaned up huge. The Canadian brought it on all fronts, and it’s nice to finally be able to celebrate him for all the right reasons again.

First of all, it seemed as though the third time was the charm for Biebs, when he finally brought home a coveted trophy for his song “Where Are U Now” with Skrillex and Diplo. But even before that, we totally loved the way he hung out with his little brother Jaxon on the red carpet, especially since he probably could have brought anyone he wanted.

A photo posted by Justin Bieber (@justinbieber) on

But the celebration didn’t stop there. Despite winning cutest big brother of the year and some hardware for his trophy shelf, Bieber also went on to rock the show with a killer performance, and then capped off the entire night with the release of his Carpool Karaoke installment on The Late, Late Show With James Corden.

Check it out, below, and you tell us that Bieber didn’t walk away as the night’s big winner.

Looks like being roasted really was the start of big things for the singer, huh?