Miley Cyrus brought her famous parents as her dates to the Grammys on Sunday, but there was one member of her family missing: her husband Liam Hemsworth. Though the couple has been making a handful of adorable appearances together lately, the Australian actor was visibly absent from the award show.
Nicki Minaj is speaking out against Grammys producer Ken Ehrlich just days after Ariana Grande called him out for statements regarding her not performing at this year's Grammy Awards. "I pissed off the same man Ariana just called out for lying. Grammy producer KEN," Minaj wrote on Twitter. "I was bullied into staying quiet for 7 […]
J.Lo shared a behind-the-scenes snapshot featuring A-Rod and herself still wearing their fancy party duds, with the pair relaxed, done with their glam celebrity lives for the night.
“Thank you, Tom Petty, for the flowers,” Cardi exclaimed on her Instagram Story. “I left the room, but, um, the flowers were very big. I want to say thank you so much."
Childish Gambino won four out of the five awards he was nominated for, but was not there to accept them.
Lucas had a storied career as a musician, composer and album producer (including Madonna's first).
The awards show is a long affair — but that doesn't mean it's the end of the evening for everyone after the broadcast wraps.
Only one person mentioned the Atlanta-based rapper's plight during the 3.5-hour broadcast of the annual music awards ceremony.
There were certainly some conspicuous absences, but thankfully a handful of brilliant performances, mostly by women, saved the day.
XXXTentacion, who was shot to death in June 2018, was rejected from the Grammys' in memoriam segment on Sunday night. According to a source, representatives for the late rapper requested repeatedly that the Recording Academy recognize the artist, whose "Sad!" was one of the most consumed songs of 2018. But because of the rapper's history […]
Few viewers expected that Kendrick Lamar, 2019’s most nominated artist, with eight nods, would be almost completely shut out.
Ariana Grande has some feelings about Mac Miller‘s Grammys loss to Cardi B. The Thank U, Next singer, who did not attend Sunday’s show due to differences with producers, live-tweeted throughout the majority of the telecast — but the best rap album category had Grande particularly frustrated as Miller’s fifth and final studio album, Swimming, lost to Cardi’s Invasion of Privacy. Miller, 26, died five months ago from an accidental overdose.
Joy Villa isn't the only entertainer making a political statement at this year's Grammy Awards.
Noticeably missing, however, was his collaborator 21 Savage, who wasarrested on Feb. 3 by the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement as authorities claimed 21 Savage, 26, is actually a citizen of the United Kingdom and had overstayed his visa. Earlier in the day, 21 Savage’s co-manager tweeted that the Grammys wouldn’t release his client’s tickets to his mom to go on his behalf amid his incarceration.
The Grammy Awards spread the love on Sunday, with country star Kacey Musgraves and rapper Childish Gambino emerging as the biggest winners with four trophies each.Gambino’s hit single “This Is America” took home Record and Song of the Year — the first rap song to ever win that songwriting honor at the Grammys — as well as rap/sung performance and music video. But Donald Glover, who performs music under the Gambino handle, was not present to collect the honors.Musgraves earned both Album of the Year and best country album for “Golden Hour,” along with recognition for country solo performance (“Butterflies”) and country song (“Space Cowboys”).Pop star Lady Gaga won three Grammys, including Best Pop Solo Performance for “Joanne (Where Do You Think You’re Goin’?)” and two more for her hit duo “Shallow” with “A Star Is Born” co-star Bradley Cooper (Best Song Written for a Visual Medium and Best Pop Duo/Group Performance).Roots performer Brandi Carlile also took home three awards, for Best Americana Album (“By the Way, I Forgive You”) and best American Roots performance and song for her soaring song “The Joke.”Also Read: 26 Stars Who Only Need a Grammy to EGOT, From Liza Minnelli to Al Pacino (Photos)British singer Dua Lipa (“New Rules,” “One Kiss”) surprised in the competitive Best New Artist category, and former Soundgarden frontman Chris Cornell was recognized posthumously for Best Rock Performance for “When Bad Does Good,” released after his 2017 death.Ariana Grande, who last week canceled a planned appearance on the show, earned her career-first Grammy Award for Best Pop Vocal Album for “Sweetener.”Alicia Keys hosted this year’s ceremony, which took place at Los Angeles’ Staples Center.Also Read: Ariana Grande Fires Back at Grammys Producer Over Canceled Performance: 'Now You're Lying About Me'Here are the winners in all the categories:ALBUM OF THE YEAR “Invasion of Privacy,” Cardi B“By the Way, I Forgive You,” Brandi Carlile“Scorpion,” Drake“H.E.R.,” H.E.R.“Beerbongs & Bentleys,” Post Malone“Dirty Computer,” Janelle Monáe“Golden Hour,” Kacey Musgraves **WINNER“Black Panther: The Album, Music From And Inspired By,” Various ArtistsSONG OF THE YEAR“All The Stars,” Kendrick Duckworth, Solána Rowe, Al Shuckburgh, Mark Spears & Anthony Tiffith, songwriters (Kendrick Lamar & SZA)“Boo’d Up,” Larrance Dopson, Joelle James, Ella Mai & Dijon McFarlane, songwriters (Ella Mai)“God’s Plan,” Aubrey Graham, Daveon Jackson, Brock Korsan, Ron LaTour, Matthew Samuels & Noah Shebib, songwriters (Drake)“In My Blood,” Teddy Geiger, Scott Harris, Shawn Mendes & Geoffrey Warburton, songwriters (Shawn Mendes)“The Joke,” Brandi Carlile, Dave Cobb, Phil Hanseroth & Tim Hanseroth, songwriters (Brandi Carlile)“The Middle,” Sarah Aarons, Jordan K. Johnson, Stefan Johnson, Marcus Lomax, Kyle Trewartha, Michael Trewartha & Anton Zaslavski, songwriters (Zedd, Maren Morris & Grey)“Shallow,” Lady Gaga, Mark Ronson, Anthony Rossomando & Andrew Wyatt, songwriters (Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper)“This Is America,” Donald Glover & Ludwig Goransson, songwriters (Childish Gambino) **WINNER RECORD OF THE YEAR“I Like It,” Cardi B, Bad Bunny & J Balvin“The Joke,” Brandi Carlile“This Is America,” Childish Gambino **WINNER“God’s Plan,” Drake“Shallow,” Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper“All The Stars,” Kendrick Lamar & SZA“Rockstar,” Post Malone Featuring 21 Savage“The Middle,” Zedd, Maren Morris & GreyAlso Read: All 58 Grammy Best New Artist Winners, From The Beatles to Adele to Milli Vanilli (Photos)BEST NEW ARTISTChloe x HalleLuke CombsGreta Van FleetH.E.R.Dua Lipa **WINNERMargo PriceBebe RexhaJorja SmithBest Pop Duo/Group Performance “Fall in Line,” Christina Aguilera featuring Demi Lovato“Don’t Go Breaking My Heart,” Backstreet Boys“‘S Wonderful,” Tony Bennett & Diana Krall“Shallow,” Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper **WINNER“Girls Like You,” Maroon 5 featuring Cardi B“Say Something,” Justin Timberlake featuring Chris Stapleton“The Middle,” Zedd, Maren Morris & GreyBEST RAP ALBUM“Invasion of Privacy,” Cardi B **WINNER“Swimming,” Mac Miller“Victory Lap,” Nipsey Hussle“Daytona,” Pusha T“Astroworld,” Travis ScottBEST RAP SONG“God’s Plan,” Aubrey Graham, Daveon Jackson, Brock Korsan, Ron LaTour, Matthew Samuels & Noah Shebib, songwriters (Drake) **WINNER“King’s Dead,” Kendrick Duckworth, Samuel Gloade, James Litherland, Johnny McKinzie, Mark Spears, Travis Walton, Nayvadius Wilburn & Michael Williams II, songwriters (Kendrick Lamar, Jay Rock, Future & James Blake)“Lucky You,” R. Fraser, G. Lucas, M. Mathers, M. Samuels & J. Sweet, songwriters (Eminem Featuring Joyner Lucas)“Sicko Mode,” Khalif Brown, Rogét Chahayed, BryTavious Chambers, Mike Dean, Mirsad Dervic, Kevin Gomringer, Tim Gomringer, Aubrey Graham, John Edward Hawkins, Chauncey Hollis, Jacques Webster, Ozan Yildirim & Cydel Young, songwriters (Travis Scott, Drake, Big Hawk & Swae Lee)“Win,” K. Duckworth, A. Hernandez, J. McKinzie, M. Samuels & C. Thompson, songwriters (Jay Rock)BEST COUNTRY ALBUM“Unapologetically,” Kelsea Ballerini“Port Saint Joe,” Brothers Osborne“Girl Going Nowhere,” Ashley McBryde“Golden Hour,” Kacey Musgraves **WINNER“From a Room: Volume 2,” Chris StapletonBEST R&B ALBUM“Sex & Cigarettes,” Toni Braxton“Good Thing,” Leon Bridges“Honestly,” Lalah Hathaway“H.E.R.,” H.E.R. **WINNER“Gumbo Unplugged (Live),” PJ MortonBest Alternative Music Album“Colors” — BeckBest Americana Album“By the Way, I Forgive You” — Brandi CarlileBest Song Written for Visual Media“Shallow” — Lady Gaga, Mark Ronson, Anthony Rossomando and Andrew Wyatt, songwriters (Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper)Best Comedy Album“Equanimity & the Bird Revelation” — Dave ChappelleBest Musical Theater Album“The Band’s Visit” — Etai Benson, Adam Kantor, Katrina Lenk and Ari’el Stachel, principal soloists; Dean Sharenow and David Yazbek, producers; David Yazbek, composer and lyricistBest Instrumental Composition“Blut Und Boden (Blood and Soil)” — Terence BlanchardBest Arrangement, Instrumental or A Cappella“Stars and Stripes Forever” — John DaversaBest Arrangement, Instruments and Vocals“Spiderman Theme” — Mark Kibble, Randy Waldman and Justin Wilson, arrangersBest Recording Package“Masseduction” — Willo Perron, art directorBest Boxed or Special Limited Edition Package“Squeeze Box: The Complete Works of ‘Weird Al’ Yankovic” — Meghan Foley, Annie Stoll and Al Yankovic, art directorsBest Album Notes“Voices of Mississippi: Artists and Musicians Documented by William Ferris” — David Evans, album notes writerBest Historical Album“Voices of Mississippi: Artists and Musicians Documented by William Ferris” — William Ferris, April Ledbetter and Steven Lance Ledbetter, compilation producers; Michael Graves, mastering engineerBest Engineered Album, Non-Classical“Colors” — Julian Burg, Serban Ghenea, David “Elevator” Greenbaum, John Hanes, Beck Hansen, Greg Kurstin, Florian Lagatta, Cole M.G.N., Alex Pasco, Jesse Shatkin, Darrell Thorp and Cassidy Turbin, engineers; Chris Bellman, Tom Coyne, Emily Lazar and Randy Merrill, mastering engineersBest Remixed Recording“Walking Away (Mura Masa remix)” — Alex Crossan, remixerBest Immersive Audio Album“Eye in the Sky – 35th Anniversary Edition” — Alan Parsons, surround mix engineer; Dave Donnelly, P.J. Olsson and Alan Parsons, surround mastering engineers; Alan Parsons, surround producerBest Contemporary Instrumental Album“Steve Gadd Band” — Steve GaddBand Best Gospel Performance/Song“Never Alone” — Tori Kelly featuring Kirk Franklin; Kirk Franklin and Victoria Kelly, songwritersBest Contemporary Christian Music Performance/Song“You Say” — Lauren Daigle; Lauren Daigle, Jason Ingram and Paul Mabury, songwritersBest Gospel Album“Hiding Place” — Tori KellyBest Contemporary Christian Music Album“Look Up Child” — Lauren DaigleBest Roots Gospel Album“Unexpected” — Jason CrabbBest World Music Album“Freedom” — Soweto Gospel ChoirBest Compilation Soundtrack for Visual Media“The Greatest Showman” — Hugh Jackman (and Various Artists); Alex Lacamoire, Benj Pasek, Justin Paul and Greg Wells, compilation producersBest Score Soundtrack for Visual Media“Black Panther” — Ludwig Göransson, composerBest New Age Album“Opium Moon” — Opium MoonBest American Roots Performance“The Joke” — Brandi CarlileBest American Roots Song“The Joke” — Brandi Carlile, Dave Cobb, Phil Hanseroth and Tim Hanseroth, songwritersBest Bluegrass Album“The Travelin’ Mccourys” — The Travelin’ MccourysBest Traditional Blues Album“The Blues Is Alive and Well” — Buddy GuyBest Contemporary Blues Album“Please Don’t Be Dead” — Fantastic NegritoBest Folk Album“All Ashore” — Punch BrothersBest Children’s Album“All The Sounds” — Lucy Kalantari & the Jazz CatsBest Spoken Word Album (Includes Poetry, Audio Books and Storytelling)“Faith – A Journey For All” — Jimmy CarterBest Regional Mexican Music Album (Including Tejano)“¡México Por Siempre!” — Luis MiguelBest Tropical Latin Album“Anniversary” — Spanish Harlem OrchestraBest Regional Roots Music Album“No ‘Ane’i” — Kalani Pe’aBest Music Video“This Is America” — Childish GambinoBest Music Film “Quincy” — Alan Hicks & Rashida Jones, video directors; Paula DuPré Pesmen, video producerBest Country Solo Performance“Butterflies,” Kacey MusgravesBest Country Duo/Group Performance “Tequila,” Dan + ShayBest Country Song“Space Cowboy,” Luke Laird, Shane McAnally & Kacey Musgraves, songwriters (Kacey Musgraves)Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album“My Way,” Willie NelsonBest Pop Solo Performance“Joanne (Where Do You Think You’re Goin’?),” Lady GagaBest Pop Vocal Album“Sweetener,” Ariana GrandeBest Engineered Album, Classical“Shostakovich: Symphonies Nos. 4 & 11” — Shawn Murphy & Nick Squire, engineers; Tim Martyn, mastering engineerProducer of the Year, ClassicalBlanton AlspaughBest Orchestral Performance “Shostakovich: Symphonies Nos. 4 & 11” — Andris Nelson, conductor, Boston Symphony OrchestraBest Opera Recording“Bates: The (R)evolution Of Steve Jobs” — Michael Christie, conductor; Sasha Cooke, Jessica E. Jones, Edward Parks, Garrett Sorenson & Wei Wu; Elizabeth Ostrow, producer (Santa Fe Opera Orchestra)Best Choral Performance“McLoskey: Zealot Canticles” — Donald Nally, conductor (Doris Hall-Gulati, Rebecca Harris, Arlen Hlusko, Lorenzo Raval & Mandy Wolman; The Crossing)Best Chamber Music/Small Ensemble Performance“Anderson, Laurie: Landfall” — Laurie Anderson and Kronos QuartetBest Classical Instrumental Solo“Kernis: Violin Concerto” — James Ehnes; Ludovic Morlot, conductorBest Classical Solo Vocal Album“Songs of Orpheus – Monteverdi, Caccini, D’india & Landi” — Karim Sulayman; Jeannette Sorrell, conductor; Apollo’s Fire, ensemblesBest Classical Compendium“Fuchs: Piano Concerto ‘Spiritualist'; Poems of Life; Glacier; Rush” — JoAnn Falletta, conductor; Tim Handley, producerBest Contemporary Classical Composition “Kernis: Violin Concerto” — Aaron Jay Kernis, composerBest Dance/Electronic Album “Woman Worldwide,” JusticeBest Dance Recording “Electricity,” Silk City & Dua Lipa featuring Diplo & Mark RonsonBest Reggae Album“44/876” — Sting and ShaggyBest Improvised Jazz Solo“Don’t Fence Me In” — John Daversa, soloist. Track from: “American Dreamers: Voices of Hope, Music of Freedom”Best Jazz Vocal Album“The Window” — Cécile Mclorin SalvantBest Large Jazz Ensemble Album“American Dreamers: Voices of Hope, Music of Freedom” — John Daversa Big Band featuring DACA ArtistsBest Latin Jazz Album“Back to the Sunset” — Dafnis Prieto Big BandBest Traditional R&B Performance (tie) “Bet Ain’t Worth the Hand” — Leon Bridges“How Deep Is Your Love” — PJ Morton featuring YebbaBest R&B Performance“Best Part,” H.E.R. featuring Daniel CaesarBest R&B Song“Boo’d Up” — Larrance Dopson, Joelle James, Ella Mai and Dijon Mcfarlane, songwritersBest Urban Contemporary Album“Everything Is Love,” The CartersBest Rock Performance“When Bad Does Good,” Chris CornellBest Metal Performance“Electric Messiah” — High on FireBest Rock Album“From the Fires” — Greta Van FleetBest Rock Song“Masseduction,” Jack Antonoff & Annie Clark, songwriters (St. Vincent)Best Rap/Sung Performance“This Is America,” Childish GambinoBest Rap Performance (tie)“King’s Dead” — Kendrick Lamar, Jay Rock, Future, James Blake“Bubblin” — Anderson Paak Producer of the Year, Non-ClassicalPharrell WilliamsRead original story Grammy Awards 2019: Complete Winners List At TheWrap