While The Voice's Pharrell Williams won huge at the 57th annual Grammy Awards 2015 on Sunday night, Miranda Lambert, Carrie Underwood and Christina Aguilera also each walked away with an honor.

Williams, who starred on The Voice as a coach for its seventh season and is set to return for Season 8, won three Grammy awards. He won Best Pop Solo Performance for "Happy," Best Urban Contemporary Album for G I R L and Best Music Video for "Happy."

In the Best Pop Solo Performance category, Williams beat out "All of Me" by John Legend, "Chandelier" by Sia, "Stay With Me" by Sam Smith, and "Shake It Off" by The Voice's former universal mentor Taylor Swift.

The following artists and their albums lost to Williams in the Best Urban Contemporary Album category: Jhene Aiko with Sail Out, Beyonce with Beyonce, Chris Brown with X, and Mali Music with Mali Is.

Best Music Video's other nominees were "We Exist" by Arcade Fire, "Turn Down for What" by DJ Snake & Lil Jon, "Chandelier" by Sia, and "The Golden Age" by Woodkid featuring Max Richter.

Lambert won Best Country Album with Platinum. Lambert is a former first-season Nashville Star finalist and she also previously advised Shakira's team on The Voice.

Lambert beat out Dierks Bentley's Riser, Eric Church's The Outsiders, Lee Ann Womack's The Way I'm Livin', and Brandy Clark's 12 Stories.

Best Country Solo Performance went to Underwood, the fourth-season winner of American Idol, with her hit "Something in the Water."

Underwood defeated "Give Me Back My Hometown" by Eric Church, "Invisible" by Hunter Hayes, "Automatic" by Miranda Lambert, and "Cop Car" by current American Idol judge Keith Urban.

Aguilera won Best Pop Duo/Group Performance with A Great Big World for their hit song "Say Something." Aguilera is returning to The Voice as a coach next season after serving as an original coach and then appearing on the show on and off.

The other nominees in the category were: "Fancy" by Iggy Azalea featuring Charli XCX; "A Sky Full of Stars" by Coldplay; "Bang Bang" by Ariana Grande, Jessie J & Nicki Minaj; and "Dark Horse" by Katy Perry featuring Juicy J.

Other artists with reality TV ties who were not mentioned as nominees or winners above were upcoming The Voice advisor Meghan Trainor, former Idol finalist Jennifer Hudson, former The Voice coach Usher, and Kanye West, the husband of Keeping Up with the Kardashians star Kim Kardashian.

About The Author: Elizabeth Kwiatkowski
Elizabeth Kwiatkowski is Associate Editor of Reality TV World and has been covering the reality TV genre for more than a decade.