Shad Moss, also known as Bow Wow to some, appeared on Monday night’s episode of The Late Show with Who where he explained what exactly happened with his Grammys opening screw-up.
Jimmy Kimmel did another round of mean tweets for his Grammys special on Monday night with artists like Drake, Ed Sheeran, Lionel Richie, Meaghan Trainor, One Direction and Rita Ora all reading the worst that Twitter has to say about them.
After last night’s red carpet extravaganza, we kind of thought the crazy would continue at the afterparties. Alas, it looks like a lot of the bigger celebs of the evening were like, “Byeee going to In-N-Out!” That said, from the Universal Music Group’s afterparty to Mark Ronson’s chill hang shebang, here’s a roundup…
Kanye West rant coming in HOT either tonight or tomorrow, because Taylor Swift won the Grammy for Album of the Year for 1989 and, in her acceptance speech, she managed to get in a little dig at West for rapping (in a song) that he made her famous.
On Monday night, Kendrick Lamar performed a medley from his Grammy Award winning album To Pimp A Butterfly, including “Blacker The Berry” and “Alright,” demonstrating what a show from an artist with vision should look like.
If you haven’t yet fallen in love with Hamilton like everyone else, or maybe you’re still contemplating the idea of spending hundreds on a Broadway show, the Grammy Awards Monday night saved you a little bit.
Rihanna has canceled her performance at tonight’s Grammy Awards.
Shad Moss, who will probably forever have to be clarified as a person by explaining that he’s also known as Bow Wow aka Lil’ Bow Wow, had some communication issues with the producers over at CBS for the Grammys Monday night, accidentally announcing the start of the show not once, but twice—and that second time wasn’t…
Good afternoon everyone—I’d like to stress that it is currently lunchtime in Los Angeles—the 58th Grammys have begun.