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Gotye and Mumford & Sons Take Top Awards in 2013 Grammys

Georgia's own Zac Brown Band walked away with the Grammy for Best Country Album during Sunday night's award ceremony.

Sunday was a big night for artists who hail from abroad, as top Grammy Awards went to Belgian-Australian musician Gotye, who won Record of the Year for the duet with singer Kimbra "Somebody That I Used to Know." British band Mumford & Sons took home the Grammy for Album of the Year.

Another Brit, Adele, received the award for Best Pop Solo Performance for "Set Fire to the Rain." 

Awards for Song of the Year and Best New Artist went to the New York-based band Fun., and Kelly Clarkson took home the Grammy for Best Pop Vocal Album for "Stronger." Carrie Underwood, who was up against five male nominees, received the award for Best Country Solo Performance for her song "Blown Away," which was also named Best Country Song. Best Country Album went to Georgia's own Zac Brown Band for "Uncaged." 

Click here to view a full list of winners, as well as nominees in each category. 

Did any of your favorite performers win a Grammy Award on Sunday? Tell us in comments. 

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