The 56th Grammy Awards 2014 took place on Sunday night with a star-studded line up that featured performances from Madonna, Taylor Swift, Jay-Z and Beyonce, Katy Perry, Lorde, Kendrick Lamar, John Legend, and even Paul McCartney.
However, many will say that it was a hat worn by Pharrell was the hit of the music awards show.
After Pharrell made his first appearance with the hat from designer Vivienne Westwood, the internet lit up over the musician's gigantic brown "mountain" cap.
There was even a Twitter account that was created soon after Pharrell made his appearance on the Red Carpet.
The Twitter account, appropriately titled Pharrell Hat, suggested that the Grammy winner's cap should be the new logo for Arby's, which caught the attention of the restaurant chain.
"Hey @Pharrell, can we have our hat back," the officially Arby's Twitter account posted during the show.
The Twitter account "@Pharrellhat" is still the focus of fans and in less than 24 hours has already amassed over 15,000 followers. With social media becoming a growing part of everyone's lives the Grammy's have focused on how to bring the biggest stars even closer to their fans.
"For our fifth year of GRAMMY Live, viewers can, once again, expect exceptional, unlimited access to their favorite artists. As the landscape of technology expands, we strive to connect music fans to one another by producing the most engaging content surrounding Music's Biggest Night," Evan Greene, Chief Marketing Officer for The Recording Academy, said in a statement.
Marc DeBevoise, Executive Vice President and General Manager of Entertainment, Sports and News for CBS Interactive added, "GRAMMY Live is music fans' all-access pass to the 56th GRAMMYs and much more."
"We're bringing fans even closer to the world's greatest musical acts with GRAMMY Live's social and second-screen features plus exclusive access to watch all the major events and behind-the-scenes action leading up to and throughout this year's GRAMMY Awards," he continued.