Camila Cabello and her dad
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It was bring your parents to work day at the 62nd annual Grammy Awards for some celebrities

The 2020 awards show was a family affair for Ariana Grande, Camila Cabello, and Tyler The Creator. Also, siblings Billie Eilish and Finneas O'Connell swept up a handful of Grammys together, plus the Jonas Brothers gave an incredible performance. 

Grande posed with her mom and dad on the red carpet, Cabello serenaded her dad, and Tyler brought his mom onstage with him to accept his award. 

Ariana Grande posed with her parents and gave her dad a shout-out in a revised version of "Thank U, Next."

In the original version of "Thank U, Next," Grande references her parents' divorce by singing, "I'll be thanking my dad, because she grew from the drama," but since then her family has reconnected, inspiring her to change up the lyrics. In her Grammys performance of the hit single, Grande crooned, "I'll be thanking my dad because he's really awesome." Plus, the two proud parents joined Grande on the red carpet. 

I mean, look at this proud dad. 

Grande's dad, Ed Butera, posted a slew of photos on his Instagram from the evening and clearly enjoyed himself. The proud pops posed with his daughter's seat in the Grammys audience, grinning from ear to ear. Grande's mother, Joan Grande, has always been heavily involved with her daughter's career and has attended many of her daughter's performances and awards shows. 

Camila Cabello brought her dad and posed on the red carpet. 

The two posed happily on the red carpet. Cabello was nominated for Best Pop Duo for her song with Shawn Mendes, "Señorita." Instead of taking Mendes, her boyfirend, as her date for the big evening, Cabello was escorted by her dad in a sweet father-daughter date. 

Plus, the singer serenaded her dad in the audience with her song about him, "First Man." 

Cabello sings about her dad being the first man to show her the love she deserves and shared a sweet caption. It was especially emotional following the many tributes to the late Kobe Bryant who died alongside his 13-year-old daughter, Gianna, in a helicopter crash earlier that day. 

Cabello wrote to her father in a post, "Thank you to my dad for showing me what it is to love someone selflessly, for making me always laugh when I cry, for being my constant safety and arms to fall into."

She continued, "I dedicate this to all dads out there — the ones that are with us, and the ones that aren’t anymore but that we will always have in our hearts."

Tyler The Creator's biggest fan, aka his mom, was with him onstage when he accepted the award for Best Rap Album. 

When the rap artist's name was called, no one looked as thrilled as his mother, who jumped from her seat and patted her son on the back. As the musician made his way to the stage, she couldn't help but follow him there. Tyler thanked his mother for raising him in his award speech and she was absolutely beaming with pride. 

Siblings Billie Eilish and Finneas O'Connell were joined by their family at the event. 

As the brother-sister duo racked up award after award, their parents were beaming from the audience. The musical family deserved each of their five Grammys and earned it through hard work, together. 

The Jonas Brothers were another musical family at the awards show. 

The Jonas Brothers were each joined by their wives, also known as the J-Sisters, and celebrated their comeback year with a performance of "What a Man Gotta Do?" The brothers were nominated for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance for their song "Sucker." The two music videos for both songs were a family affair as well and featured Sophie Turner, Priyanka Chopra, and Danielle Jonas.