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Joy Villa Wears ‘Build the Wall’ Dress at Grammys; Twitter Asks, ‘Who?’

Singer Joy Villa has once again decided to make a political statement at the Grammy Awards, showing up at this year’s ceremony in a dress calling for the support of a border wall. Villa, who is a supporter of President Donald Trump, wore a white dress with a brick print that featured the words...

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Pro-Trump singer flaunts ‘Build the Wall’ dress at Grammys

When American singer-songwriter Joy Villa arrived at the Grammy Awards on Sunday afternoon, she was a vision in silver.

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Off Topic: Musk’s Roadster, Jennifer Aniston, the AAF, Offset’s onstage flop

Wait a million years. Elon Musk's Roadster might be reunited with Earth. Jennifer Aniston's birthday bash. Did you watch the AAF this weekend? Do you know what the AAF is? In Twitter's view, Offset should have not gotten on stage with Cardi B. at the Grammys on Sunday night.

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Avengers and Alice Bag Roll Back the Years in Long Beach

On Sunday afternoon, all of the online chatter seemed to be about the Grammys. Greta Van Fleet didn’t win one thing but they won another. There wasn’t enough of one genre but there was too much of another. So rather than suffer through the Red Hot Chili Peppers on the TV, we went to Alex’s Bar...

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Female acts, rap songs win big at the Grammy Awards

Women rule the Grammys, with big wins by Kacey Musgraves, Cardi B and Brandi Carlile


Alicia Keys Wraps Grammys Night With First New Song In Almost 3 Years

"Raise A Man" was released after Keys took the stage for a two-piano medley of classic songs she wished she'd written.

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Despite not having any direct ties to Motown, Jennifer Lopez came out in defense of her Grammys tribute to Motown's 60th anniversary.

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LOS ANGELES (AP) — Rap artists and women have felt shunned by the Grammy Awards in recent years. But this year, they both took center stage.

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Sunday's Grammy Awards telecast was nearly four hours long, so no judgment if you skipped some (or all) of the show.

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A-list artists show off their signature styles as the 61st Annual Grammy Awards rolls out the red carpet in Los Angeles.

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The rhinestone-covered Baldwin required special care and that a team that worked on the 2013 HBO film “Behind the Candelabra” helped load the piano and truck it to L.A.

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Grammys fashion include sparkles, sequins and statement hats

NEW YORK >> Sparkly, studded and strutting in designer looks, the Grammys parade of often out-there fashion kicked off in a downpour today, but that didn’t dampen spirits as the music industry’s best showed off their myriad outfits.

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