Last night's Grammys were, let's face it, a little humdrum on the fashion front. Aside from Charli XCX's Moschino tux, Madonna's matador look and Rihanna's gorgeous cotton candy pop of a Giambattista Valli—which many people seemed to hate, and were absolutely wrong—there wasn't a lot of experimentation going down.…
This weekend, amid Andrew Hozier-Byrne taking the Grammy audience to church and conjuring witchcraft with Annie Lennox, a new "Take Me To Church" video staring dancer Sergei Polunin appeared online. The clip, directed by David LaChapelle, centers on a sensual routine by Polunin and it is very... sexy?
While Kanye West was caping for Beyoncé over her Album of the Year loss, there was another controversy going down about Bey's performance and whether the Grammys shafted R&B singer Ledisi.
It was a very long night, especially if you were Sam Smith and had to recycle your acceptance speech multiple times. Here's what you missed if you were doing other stuff with your time.
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…
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…
Kanye West, a kind and forgiving man, allowed Beck to finish and receive the Album of the Year award over his favored Beyoncé during Sunday's Grammys. This was a wonderful moment.
On Sunday's 57th Annual Grammy Awards, Pharrell Williams won a number of honors, made an awkward speech, and performed "Happy" as we've never seen it: with every performance concept known to man. But all was forgiven when he included a "Black Lives Matter" nod.
President Barack Obama interrupted the predictably boring Grammy Awards tonight to spread an important message on rape and domestic violence. Amidst the standard awards show proceedings, it made for a jarringly real moment.
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
Beyoncé's (and Jay Z's) intoxication/love anthem "Drunk in Love" deservedly won the Grammy Award for Best R&B Performance. Here are a few people she thanked during her acceptance speech. You might recognize one of them.
After being introduced by a high-as-fuck Miley Cyrus and Nicki Minaj, Madonna's #REBELHEART half-heartedly beat during the Grammys. Sure, she met all her marks and managed to not be impaled by the 100 horned men surrounding her while performing her song "Living For Love." But call me when she does more than one song.…
Pharrell has won many awards in life, but the funny thing is that winners never get used to winning all the time. While accepting the Grammy Award for Best Pop Solo Performance for "Happy," the super-producer did a great job of trying not to be awkward while being awkward anyway.
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The most fabulous time in the music industry has arrived, the awards in which famous people you have already heard of become even more famous after being bestowed with a golden statue celebrating a long-outdated technology, and Grammy Dad Neil Portnow lectures us about the dangers of music piracy (total economic…