Bey-hive, it’s time to get in formation for Beyoncé's birthday! The star has blessed us with 37 years on this planet today and I think it’s safe to say everyone is crazy in love with her (even Adele!).
When Franklin saw the set with the massive orchestra ready to go, she told Ehrlich, “This is gonna be fun.” Says Ehrlich, “And it was. It was amazing.”
The Recording Academy announces new rules to boost diversity at next year's Grammys, expanding nominees for Album of the Year and other top categories.
The head of the Recording Academy, it's president and CEO of nearly 20 years, Neil Portnow, has announced he will transition out of his leadership role when his contract ends in 2019. Following a call from many that Portnow should step down after his comment that women should "step up" if they want to win more awards or be given more stage time at the Grammy Awards, multiple letters demanding his resignation or a serious rethinking of how the Grammys work were sent out. Among them was Garbage frontwoman Shirley Manson.
Some of music's finest artists hit Madison Square Garden to honor music legend Elton John, with stellar performances and messages of love.
NEW YORK (AP) — Vince Gill defended the Recording Academy over the criticism that female artists were underrepresented at this year's Grammy Awards.
With a few airlines dominating the news cycle these days, it’s nice to see a positive story coming out of the friendly skies.
During one of Adele’s Grammy acceptance speeches, she thanked her husband … wait, husband?! It has been rumored that Adele married her partner of five years over the Christmas holiday, so maybe this was her way of confirming their marriage. Other celebrities have also kept their weddings under wraps. Here are nine secret celebrity hitchings:
Adele had a big night at the Grammys, winning a total of five awards. But on Monday morning, the British singer faced some backlash for a comment she made while accepting the Album of the Year award.
Jennifer Lopez arrives at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards on Feb. 12. Apparently, Jennifer Lopez still doesn’t want to talk about Drake. At the 59th Annual Grammy Awards on Sunday night, the 47-year-old singer did her best to sweetly but swiftly shut down Ryan Seacrest when he asked her about the star she once collaborated with (and briefly dated).
The Grammy Awards were overflowing with celebs from Lady Gaga (and her underboob) to Katy Perry rocking that “resist” armband. However, while Beyoncé lost to Adele for Album of the Year, the pregnant songstress was the star to rub elbows with after her incredible (confusing?) performance. And she wasn’t the only one in the family.
Had they known in advance, the producers of the Grammys could have promoted Sunday night’s broadcast with the slogan: “The Grammys: Come For The Music, Stay For the Drama.” I mean drama on every level. Going into the evening, the awards ceremony was cast as a battle between two women whose fame requires only one name apiece — Beyoncé and Adele — who were going head-to-head in the major categories this year. The lead-up to the final awards — song and album of the year — strongly suggested that if there were any justice, Beyoncé would take the trophies home.
By the time superstar vocalist Adele took the stage at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards to accept the most coveted award of the night, Album of the Year (for her third album, 25), the singer had already accepted four other awards honoring her work. Still, despite being so richly lauded, she had definite ideas about the person to whom she would dedicate her final thank-you.
A lot happens at the Grammy Awards that the TV audience doesn’t see. Take a peek behind the scenes of music’s biggest night — and all the prep that went into getting glam — via the personal pics that the star-studded list of performers and nominees shared on social media.
The 2017 Grammys is just days away. Beyoncé is schedule to perform at the award show, and as always, we expect it to be epic. James Corden is hosting the Grammys for the first time, and we hope he brings some of his famous Carpool Karaoke moments to the stage.
With the 59th annual Grammy Awards set to air on CBS on Sunday, Feb. 12, we’re looking back at some of the nominated artists who’ve performed for Yahoo Music. Today, we look back at a chat with Nashville singer-songwriter Brandy Clark, who reminisces about her trip to the Grammys in 2015. There, she was nominated for the first time as a performer, for Best Country Album and also the all-genre Best New Artist category.
With the most anticipated night in music, the Grammys, just weeks away, everyone is wondering who will be going with whom, what people will be wearing, and who will make the biggest headline of the night. Well, reports are surfacing that Justin Bieber, Drake, and Kanye West won’t be attending the award show, so we can check those guys off any list.
The filmmakers are also a diverse lot, from Beyoncé Knowles and the collaborators she enlisted for “Lemonade” to Oscar winners Ron Howard and Brian Grazer on The Beatles: Eight Days a Week — The Touring Years.
CBS’s The Late Late Show host James Corden has been tapped to host the 59th Annual Grammy Awards on Feb. 12, 2017, at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. With Corden coming off a critically praised stint hosting the Tony Awards in June, fans can expect to see him bring his charming, self-deprecating brand of British humor to music’s biggest awards show. Check out the video to find out the five things we’re excited to see from Corden hosting the Grammys.
On "The Late Late Show" Thursday, James Corden teamed up with Vice Principals star Danny McBride and took us back to the 1990 Grammy Awards.
Little Big Town started off this week’s Greatest Hits Thursday night with an amazing stripped-down performance of Sheryl Crow’s 2002 hit, “Soak Up the Sun.” The country quartet of Karen Fairchild, Kimberly Schlapman, Jimi Westbrook, and Phillip Sweet took the stage and sang a sweet a cappella version of the first single from Crow’s album C’mon C’mon.