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Cardi B Wins ‘Best Rap Album’ At 2019 Grammys Cardi B’s Cinderella story reached a peak yesterday at the 2019 Grammys. Cardi first stole the show on the red carpet dressed in a gown from Thierry Mugler’s 1995 fall couture

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Relive the Best Style Moments from the Grammys with PeopleTV's Fashion Wrap-Up

The Grammy Awards may be over, but we can’t stop talking about that show-stopping fashion. Join PeopleTV on Monday at 9:30 a.m. ET/6:30 a.m. PT for our style wrap-up. Hosts Makho Ndlovu and Jeremy Hassell will break down the night’s brightest and most unique looks with a crew of PEOPLE editors...

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Even though Alicia Keys was at the Grammys as a host, she won the night with her five mind-blowingly sexy outfits. Keys opened the show in a teal Oscar de la Renta jumpsuit, accessorized with a floral-printed Emilio Pucci scarf ($645) as a hair wrap. Paired with a fresh face, this small yet bright...

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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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Brutally honest reviews and rankings of every Grammys 2019 performance

Which 2019 Grammys performers earned their right to perform at music's biggest night? We've ranked them from best to worst.         

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Ron Howard documents one of the greatest opera singers ever in first Pavarotti teaser

There is only one Grammy Award for opera music (Best Opera Recording) and like so many Grammy categories that award is not given out during the actual telecast. Nevertheless, Sunday’s ceremony had good news for opera fans, thanks to the first look at Ron Howard’s upcoming documentary Pavarotti....

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Monday: A new children’s book explores Biddy Mason’s story and seeks to reframe her history; a border town’s pollution crisis; and the Grammys

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All of the Grammys afterparty looks you may have missed

From Lady Gaga in lingerie and fishnets to Shay Mitchell's strappy Versace cutout mini dress.

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Chris Cornell’s Children Say It Was ‘Very Difficult’ to Accept Grammy for Late Father

Chris Cornell‘s two youngest children —  Toni, 14, and son Christopher, 13 — accepted their father’s posthumous Grammy award on Sunday at the 61st annual honors, assuring the rocker’s legacy will live on after his death. But taking the stage the Staples Center in Los Angeles to honor...

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Pink's Kids Made Her a Homemade Grammy After She Lost Category: 'My Favorite Kind of Award'

Pink may not have won big at the Grammys on Sunday night, but her kids made sure she got the best prize of all. After her October 2017 release Beautiful Trauma lost the best pop vocal album prize to Ariana Grande‘s Sweetener, Pink’s children stepped up to give their mom her very own homemade...

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How the Grammys stepped up in the 'year of the woman'

The 2019 Grammy Awards celebrated women, including Dolly Parton, Cardi B, Diana Ross, Katy Perry and Janelle Monae. Here's why that's a big deal.         

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How the Grammys stepped up in the 'year of the woman'

The 2019 Grammy Awards celebrated women, including Dolly Parton, Cardi B, Diana Ross, Katy Perry and Janelle Monae. Here's why that's a big deal.         

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Hanging with H.E.R.: Here's how the R&B prodigy spent her Grammys weekend

There’s one thing H.E.R. was not, amid the mayhem of her first Grammys week: a deer in headlights. On Saturday night, you could find the singer upstairs in the Beverly Hilton, prepping to perform at Clive Davis’ annual pre-Grammys Gala. An entourage of friends and family sat around the bed as...

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The 15 Hottest Duos on the Grammys Red Carpet

What’s better than one fashionable celebrity on the red carpet? A super stylish duo, and there was no shortage of powerful pairs on the 2019 Grammy Awards red carpet at the Staples Center in L.A. on Sunday, February 10. From sexy couples to sweet father-son dates, music’s biggest night proved...

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Editors' Picks: The Best Dressed Stars at the 2019 Grammys

The Grammy Awards never fail to deliver some of the most bold and expressive fashion statements — and this year did not disappoint. Now that we’ve seen all the glamorous, over-the-top and daring looks to hit the Grammys red carpet, the PeopleStyle editors narrowed down our top picks below...

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On the Runway: At the Grammys, Sisters Dressing for Themselves

From Cardi B on the half shell to Michelle Obama in a silver lounge suit and a barefoot Alicia Keys, women were front and center.

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Cardi B's Biggest Prize on Grammys Night? Her Daughter Saying 'Mama' for the First Time — Watch

And the award for most adorable mother-daughter moment goes to … Cardi B! After picking up her first Grammy Award at 2019’s ceremony — in the best rap album category, for Invasion of Privacy — the musician and mother of one, 26, came home to perhaps an even bigger surprise. In a video she...

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Ariana Grande Calls ‘Bulls**t’ As Mac Miller Loses To Cardi B At 2019 Grammys

Five months after he died of an accidental overdose, Mac Miller lost his 2019 Grammy Award to Cardi B, and ex Ariana Grande was not happy. “F**k” tweeted the diva after the winner was announced. “Trash,” she wrote. Fans quickly took Grande’s remark as shade towards Cardi B. PHOTOS: Ariana...

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Grammys 2019: The Ladies Step Up

Gaga triumphs, Dua Lipa rocks and Jennifer Lopez just really sucks at the 61st Grammys

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Jennifer Lopez, Smokey Robinson defend her Grammys Motown tribute

Jennifer Lopez faced backlash on social media for her lead participation in a tribute recognizing the historic African-American record label, Motown.         

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