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Lady Gaga Tackles Mental Health In Grammy Acceptance Speech

Lady Gaga took home an award at the Grammys and during her acceptance speech, she praised the movie 'A Star Is Born' for addressing mental health issues. “Thank you, thank you so much. I [have] to thank God, thank you for looking out for me. Thank you for my family, at home, I love you. Thank you....

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Female acts, rap songs win big at the Grammys 2019

The Grammy Awards kicked off Sunday with a group of powerful women, including Michelle Obama and Lady Gaga, describing the role of music in their lives. (Feb. 10)         

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"Shut the front door" is rarely a phrase we use in general conversation, but after hearing how much a Grammys guest gift bag is worth, we think this is an acceptable use of Amy Squirrel's punchy line. Each Grammys guests that presented or performed left the ceremony with gifts worth a total of...

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A high-energy Grammys show fixed one big problem, created new ones

The Recording Academy has heard the criticism. They have taken action. 2018 brought a very dude-ish Grammys ceremony and a very dumb-ish comment by Academy president Neil Portnow about how female artists had to “step up.” This year, at the 61st annual Grammy Awards, there were women, nay,...

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The Grammy Awards included some of the fiercest competition in years on Sunday, and luckily countless deserving artists took home trophies. Lady Gaga, Cardi B, and Kacey Musgraves all hit the stage not only to perform but also to accept big wins in their categories. Musicians like Childish Gambino...

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Stars shimmer and shine on Grammys red carpet

Lady Gaga, Dua Lipa, Dolly Parton and Cardi B were among the stars shining on the red carpet at the Grammy Awards in L.A. (Feb. 11)         

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Women rule the night on stage at the Grammys

Dua Lipa may have gotten off the slyest shade at Sunday night’s Grammy Awards. While accepting the trophy for Best New Artist, she noted how honored she was to be nominated alongside so many incredible female artists: “I guess this year we’ve really stepped up.” She was referring to...

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Before the Grammys cut off Dua Lipa's mic while she was giving her acceptance speech for best new artist on Sunday evening, the "Swan Song" singer managed to slip in a subtle dig at Recording Academy president Neil Portnow, who made a sexist remark about female musicians in 2018. Last year's batch...

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Surprise! Michelle Obama had everyone shook when she showed up to the Grammys on Sunday night. The former first lady popped up on stage in a sparkly suit at the start of the ceremony alongside host Alicia Keys, Lady Gaga, Jada Pinkett Smith, and Jennifer Lopez following Camila Cabello's energetic...

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Michelle Obama hizo una aparición sorpresa en el escenario de los Grammy este domingo para transmitir un mensaje de empoderamiento de las mujeres junto a las superestrellas Lady Gaga, Jennifer … Click to Continue »

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The Grammys kicked off with a group of powerful women, including Michelle Obama and Lady Gaga, describing the role of music in their lives -- a display that came a year after female voices were somewhat muted at the 2018 ceremony.

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The Backstreet Boys are back, alright - at the Grammys, that is. After almost 20 years, the boys made an exciting return to the ceremony on Sunday - can you believe it's been that long?! Clad in color-coordinated suits, the boys looked sharp as they arrived at the event with their beautiful wives....

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At the Grammys, Messages of Hope Prevail

Alicia Keys, Drake, Lady Gaga and others shared positive words with viewers, and left politics off the table.

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Alicia Keys Surprises Fans by Releasing New Song 'Raise a Man' After Hosting 2019 Grammys

Surprise! After hosting the 61st annual Grammy Awards, Alicia Keys dropped a new track, "Raise a Man." The piano-backed song is an ode to good men — and an appeal to make more of them. “You’re just not like these other men out here/ You just wanna hold me, and that’s okay/ Can I be a woman...

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All the Moments That Shocked Us During the 2019 Grammy Awards

Viewers expecting a straightforward affair were in for a surprising treat when they tuned in for the 2019 Grammy Awards, where high-profile cameos, shady speeches and jaw-dropping performances made for an unpredictable night. Led by host Alicia Keys, the celebration delivered a handful of shocking...

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The fact that the Grammy Awards fall right smack in the middle of NYFW is almost hard to grasp. Really, how can we wrap our heads around this much fashion at once? Leave it to stars like Miley Cyrus, Lady Gaga, Cardi B, and host Alicia Keys to personalize their looks so that the red carpet reads...

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The 2019 Grammy Awards

The 61st Grammy Awards featured Dolly Parton, Lady Gaga, Casey Musgrave and a surprise appearance by Michelle Obama.

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'This Is America' is first hip-hop song to win Record of the Year at Grammys  

Childish Gambino won Record of the Year at the Grammys on Sunday for “This Is America,” marking the first time a hip-hop song has received the honor. Without Gambino physically present, producer Ludwig Göransson dedicated the award to him and shouted out by name 21 Savage, BlocBoy JB, Slim...

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Offset's Thirsty Reaction to Cardi B's Performance and More 2019 Grammys Moments You Might Have Missed

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Childish Gambino Wins Record of the Year, Collaborators Shout Out 21 Savage: 'He Should Be Here'

Childish Gambino (otherwise known as Donald Glover) picked up a record of the year Grammy on Sunday for “This Is America” — making it the artist’s fourth award of the night. While Glover was not in attendance at the awards show, several of his collaborators took the stage to accept on his...

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