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The Real Winners From The 2015 Grammy Awards

Only one award show has all the stars, all the glamour, and all the grandma’s. Here’s who took whom the trophies.

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Best New Grandma

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Jocelyn Nowick, Syracuse, NY. No surprise here–Jocelyn just became a grandmother two months ago and she’s already one of the best. Her hand-knit baby blankets are a huge hit among her church group.

Best Spoken Words From A Grandma - "I love you."

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Betsy Siegel, Fairfield, OH. These classics words are always appreciated when spoken by a grandma. Fans of grand-maternal affection say Betsy's spin on the words (putting the emphasis on “I”) made her a lock in this competitive category.

Best Solo Grandma

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Robin Wrigley, Edima, MN. Yes, losing her husband, Herb, was devastating. But that loss led to her win tonight as best solo grandma.

Best Latin Grandma

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Elbertina Ruiz, Gadsden, AZ. This marks the 4th consecutive win for Elbertina in this category. “This one is for my grandkids,” said the beloved matriarch in her emotional acceptance speech.

The Adeline Utley Lifetime Achievement Award

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Ruth Bartosik, Alton, VA. Despite being a grandmother six times over, Ruth had never won a Grammy. That changed tonight when she was recognized by other top grandmas and grandma-business insiders. Like all the winners and nominees, Ruth was rushed home right after the ceremony so she could be in bed by 7.

If you're looking for the winners from last night's other Grammy Awards, check them out here.

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