Once Again, British Red Carpet Beats American Red Carpet at Wearing Clothes & Looking Cool

Remember the Grammys a few weeks ago? The red carpet was fine. Lady Gaga, who just five years ago arrived in a dinosaur egg, wore Marc Jacobs. We expect musicians to get a little looser, to play with their artistic leeway in their looks more than actors, but for the most part they wore some variation of evening gown,…

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Twirlin' on Them Haters: It's Your 58th Annual Grammy Awards Liveblog

Though the Grammys began at something like 6 AM PST this morning, there will potentially be a nighttime amount of happenings. Everyone’s freaking out at the possibility of a Zayn/remaining members of possibly now-defunct boy band One Direction run-in. Rihanna is probably performing “Work”—in which she will no doubt…

Your Complete Guide to All the Looks on the 58th Grammy Awards Red Carpet

The Grammys red carpet is the one place that stars feel truly at liberty to not wear the same boring garbage that they have to wear to every other dumb awards ceremony (I’m side-eyeing you, Oscars). But will they take advantage of it? Here, we will chronicle every hit, every miss, every weird garment and…

Beyoncé Closed Out the Grammys With 'Take My Hand, Precious Lord'

Beyoncé, the artist who should've won Album of the Year, effectively glowed on the Grammys stage to close out the show tonight, performing "Take My Hand, Precious Lord," a gospel hymn that her mom Tina Knowles used to sing to her. (Mahalia Jackson and Aretha Franklin also both performed the song at two separate…

Rihanna, Paul & Kanye Wear Matching Power Suits for 'FourFiveSeconds'

This is Rihanna, Kanye West and—help me, name escaping me... ah, Paul McCartney—performing their collaboration "FourFiveSeconds" at the Grammys. Rihanna is giving it to us vocally—a step up for her, performance wise—and making the best threatening facial expressions, while a cleavage-bearing Kanye does his usual…

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Annie Lennox Brought Down the House With 'I Put A Spell On You'

After performing "Take Me To Church" with Hozier, Annie Lennox segued into "I Put A Spell On You," and brought her all to the stage. During an awards show that brings together the most random of musical acts, which often results in dire combinations (Jessie J and Tom Jones, anyone?)—and in spite of her recent stumbling