ET caught up with Pitch Perfect star Anna Kendrick at Universal Music's Grammy after-party, where she adorably freaked out about meeting the one-and-only Beyonce!
"I was like, 'This isn't happening, Maybe I imagined the whole thing, I don't know,'" she joked. "Honestly, I was completely shaking. I don't think I let go of her hand the entire conversation. I'm very creepy."
ET also caught up with Imagine Dragons, whose performance with Kendrick Lamar was one of the most talked-about of the night.
"Very cool, very intense, a lot of raw energy," lead singer Dan Reynolds said about the performance. "Kendrick's an incredible artist. It came together very smoothly. We're a fan of Kendrick's, Kendrick is a fan of us, so, it was very smooth and it worked well together."
Another buzzworthy performance Sunday night was the Daft Punk, Pharrell Williams and Stevie Wonder collaboration, which singer/songwriter Ed Sheeran named as one of his personal favorites.
"My dad was in the audience, and I know my dad was geeked out that Stevie Wonder was on stage," Sheeran dished to ET at the Warner Music after-party.
He also described his personal run-in with Pharrell.
"We had fun, he's a nice guy," he said about the Grammy award-winning artist. "He's such a humble guy. He doesn't really take compliments. He just brushes them off and kind of carries on talking about stuff."
Check out the video for more after-party Grammy fun, including Katy Perry talking about her now Grammy-award winning tour mate Kacey Musgraves, as well as Same Love singer Mary Lambert on Madonna wiping away her tears during the rehearsal of their emotional performance of the hit song!