LOS ANGELES, Feb. 8 (UPI) -- Beyonce was a five-time winner at the Grammy Awards in Los Angeles on Sunday -- tying the record for most Grammys ever by a female artist.
The awards included one for best R&B song for "Dangerously in Love."
Justin Timberlake won two awards, and used an acceptance speech to issue another public apology for his part in the baring of Janet Jackson's breast at the Super Bowl in Houston on Feb. 1.
"I know it's been a rough week on everybody," said Timberlake, as he picked up the Grammy for best male pop vocal for "Cry Me a River."
"What occurred was unintentional, completely regrettable, and I apologize if anyone was offended," he said.
CBS televised the Grammys live from the Staples Center, but with a 5-minute delay -- to guard against an incident such as the one involving Jackson, which provoked a major public relations headache for the network.
Jackson did not attend the Grammys. A publicist for the singer said CBS had withdrawn an invitation to appear, but a network publicist said the invitation was never withdrawn.