The men, women and instruments of the music industry got together last night to give each other trophies and sing some songs and while most of it wasn’t funny, the Grammys did recognize some of the year’s best recorded comedy.

Okay, this is pretty funny. 

In the highly competitive Best Comedy Album category, a resurgent Weird Al Yankovic grabbed the golden cone for Mandatory Fun, thus ruining the evenings and possibly the lives of fellow nominees Patton Oswalt, Louis C.K., Jim Gaffigan and Sarah Silverman.

Joan Rivers was posthumously awarded the Grammy for Best Spoken Word Album, besting a diverse group of wealthy people including James Franco, Jimmy Carter, John Waters, Elizabeth Warren and Gloria Gaynor. Shockingly, this is Joan’s first Grammy and second nomination, her first coming in 1984 when she lost out to Eddie Murphy for Best Comedy Album. Joan’s daughter Melissa accepted the award while we all still have trouble accepting that Joan is gone.

A big part of the trophy ceremony is making sure you don’t get bored watching it, so as usual the Grammys paraded across its stage the vocal stars of 2014 clad in their Sunday best. Unfortunately, a lot of the year’s top tracks didn’t make us wiggle around very much so it was a breath of fresh air to see a wigged-out Kristen Wiig brighten things up when she made an appearance during Sia’s performance of “Chandelier”. If you’re a comedy fan, this is pretty much the only part of the show you need to watch, unless you find Madonna as funny as we do: