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Vanessa Carlton Would Walk a Thousand Miles to Get Neil Portnow to Step Down From The Recording Academy

When Recording Academy President Neil Portnow said that women needed to “step up” if they wanted to win Grammys after a particularly dismal ceremony, a comment he later backtracked, many women artists were pissed at him. But nobody seems more hellbent on getting Portnow to step down than Vanessa Carlton.

Will Anyone Say Anything About Time's Up? We Liveblog the Grammys With Bated Breath

Here we are, on what some call “music’s biggest night,” settling in and ready to watch host James Corden sing a bunch of songs while other, arguably better singers get awards and also sing songs and dance and stuff. It’s the 60th Grammy Awards! Cardi B. lost to Kendrick Lamar already, but that’s fine! How many times…

Grammy-Nominated Artist Julia Michaels 'Doesn't Do Anything Half-Assed'

Julia Michaels specializes in a certain kind of pop music therapy. As a songwriter, she sits down with singers like Justin Bieber, Selena Gomez, and Gwen Stefani; talks to them about what the hell is going on in their lives; and then scales that down into a perfect song: “Sorry,” “Hands to Myself,” “Used to Love You.”…

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While You're at Coachella, Pregnant Beyoncé Will Hopefully Be Resting With Her Feet Up

Beyoncé is no longer doing Coachella this summer, pushing back her performance dates to 2018, on account of the fact that she is freaking pregnant with twins. She announced her postponement via a statement to the Associated Press, pinpointing the schedule change on “doctor’s orders.” By the time Coachella rolls around…

Adele Abruptly Interrupts Her George Michael Tribute to Restart: 'I Can't Mess This Up for Him'

The George Michael tribute at this year’s Grammys was handled by none other than Adele, who performed a radically stripped- and slowed-down version of Michael’s 1996 ode to cruising, “Fastlove” (a fitting tribute in every way, given Michael’s unabashed love of gay sex). Well, actually, Adele performed it, then…