Christmas came early during the taping of “A Very Grammy Christmas” at the Shrine Auditorium in L.A. on Tuesday. Hosted by LL Cool J, the one-hour special featured today’s biggest stars performing holiday songs... Read More
A day after the Grammys, music’s biggest stars united once again to pay tribute to the Beatles at the taping of “The Night That Changed America: A Grammy Salute to the Beatles” at the... Read More
Fresh off their four wins at the Grammys, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis returned to where it started. The hip-hop duo, who made their first appearance on “Ellen” in 2012, spoke about their headline-making Grammy... Read More
Despite being pregnant, Ciara still delivered a stellar performance at last night’s Official GRAMMY After-Party at the L.A. Convention Center. With her baby bump on display, the mom-to-be performed her hits and debuted a... Read More
Meek Mill took his partying to the next level. Following Sunday’s Grammys, the MMG rapper hosted the craziest event of Grammy weekend—complete with a superstar guest list and even wild animals. Drake, Trey Songz,... Read More
In addition to Jay Z’s “gold sippy cup” speech and Pharrell’s fashion statement, there were plenty of other Twitter-worthy moments that were not televised during Sunday’s Grammys. After performing “Drunk in Love,” a proud... Read More
Despite his four wins at Sunday’s Grammys, Macklemore is feeling remorse. The “Thrift Shop” rapper admits that his competitor Kendrick Lamar was robbed of his awards and is bearing the blame.
Daft Punk and Macklemore & Ryan Lewis struck gold at the Grammys. The French electronic duo were the big winners at Sunday’s show with five awards, while the indie sensations landed four awards.
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis closed out the Grammys with a powerful performance. After sweeping the rap categories, the Seattle duo performed their gay rights anthem “Same Love” with Mary Lambert and Trombone Shorty. “This... Read More
Daft Punk had everyone on their feet with their groovy performance at Sunday’s Grammys. The French duo performed a mash-up of “Get Lucky” and Chic’s “Le Freak” with some help from Pharrell, Stevie Wonder,... Read More
Despite being snubbed in the rap categories, Kendrick Lamar got the last laugh by delivering the best performance of the night at Sunday’s Grammys. The Compton MC joined forces with Grammy winners Imagine Dragons... Read More
Robin Thicke teamed up with the legendary Chicago during his performance at Sunday’s Grammys. The R&B crooner performed a medley of the bands’ hits including “Does Anyone Really Know What Time It Is?,” “Beginnings,”... Read More