No event can be declared a success unless it is immediately followed by the mass production of memes and GIFs regarding said event. The Grammys this year look to have been dominated by Taylor Swift's unrestrained excitement (she cannot stop dancing), Justin Timberlake, Prince's swagger and the odd way Jay-Z seems to be presiding over the whole affair.
Congratulations are in order for Ellen DeGeneres after last night's Grammys. She didn't win an award, but she did do something possibly better -- say what we were all thinking about Katy Perry's boobs. With her face. On camera. Take a look.
They say you can't judge a book by its cover--well that old adage holds even more true for albums. In preparation for this weekend's Grammy Awards, here's a handy guide to what the nominated albums would really be telling you if they had the freedom to be completely honest about the albums' content and creators.
A video of the Brownlee sisters, Sophia Grace and Rosie, singing the Nicki Minaj song 'Super Bass' was one of the biggest viral hits of 2011. A lot of those clicks were a result of Ellen Degeneres, who featured the adorable little British girls on her daytime program soon after the video hit the Web.
British songstress Adele positively swept the 2012 Grammy Awards last night, winning all six categories she was nominated in. She also gave a rousing rendition of 'Rolling in the Deep' -- her first major live performance since undergoing throat surgery late last year -- and received an enthusiastic standing ovation.
The Grammy Awards was heavily overshadowed by the news of Whitney Houston's death. But in the wake of such tragedy, Chris Brown stepped in and lifted everybody's spirits with fist-pumping performances of 'Turn Up the Music' and 'Beautiful People.'
After five months of recovering from damaged vocal cords, including a recent surgery, Adele returned to the stage for a live performance of 'Rolling in the Deep' at this year's Grammy Awards show. It was so moving (and so overdue) that on top of a standing ovation, the camera's zoomed to show Rihanna clutching her face in awe.
Jennifer Hudson was one of the stars most visibly affected by Whitney Houston’s death. Though even under the weight of sadness, the 'Dreamgirls' star stepped out onto the Grammy stage following an 'In Memorium' montage to pay tribute to her idol with a performance of 'I Will Always Love You.'
Even Adele knows that people belting songs out loud while riding the bus is one of the most annoying parts of public transportation. But the 'Rolling in the Deep' star's Target commercial, which premiered during the Grammy Awards show, was able to take something so irritating and make it into something Super Bowl commercial worthy.
Lady Gaga might get the most attention at public events, but at the Grammys Sunday night it was Nicki Minaj who commanded the spotlight. The 'Super Bass' star came dressed as a cardinal in a full-length red robe, led by the Pope...
She found her way into the ears and hearts of millions around the world with her surprise viral hit 'Friday,' and now Rebecca Black is mingling with music's best at the Grammy Awards. She was spotted on the red carpet in a black dress and sporting red shoes, but the question on most of our minds is, "Why is she there?"
It’s that time of year again! Hollywood is in the full swing of awards season. Next on the list of glitzy galas is the 54th annual Grammy Awards. They will air live on CBS, this Sunday, February 12th at 8 pm Eastern and 7 pm Central.
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