Kiwi star claimed two awards for 'Royals'
Andrew Trendell
10:09 27th January 2014

New Zealand superstar Lorde paid tribute to her fellow nominees at the 2014 Grammy Awards, as she picked up two awards for her huge hit 'Royals' at last night's (26 January, 2014) ceremony.

At the 56th Annual Grammy Awards at Los Angele's Staples Centre, the New The teen sensation won the Grammys for Song of the Year as well as Best Solo Vocal Pop Performance for 'Royals'. Clearly surprised by her wins, Lorde charmed viewers with two very surprised and humble speeches. 

In her acceptance speeche for Song Of The Year, she took the time to thank the song's co-writer and producer, Joel Little.

"I probably wouldn't be here if Joel wasn't here, this guy nurtured me through my first years of songwriting which I will forever owe him," Lorde said.

Then, in her acceptance speech for Best Solo Vocal Pop Performance, Lorde paid tribute to her fellow nominees.

Mostly, to Bruno, to Sarah, to Katy, to Justin - I have been so inspired by all of your vocal work at some point in my life so thank you." 

Watch Lorde's acceptance speech for 'Song Of The Year' below

Watch Lorde's acceptance speech for Best Solo Pop Vocal below

Below: Lorde, Daft Punk and more on the 2014 Grammys Red Carpet