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Hugh Jackman is now one 'O' away from an EGOT

Hugh Jackman is just one “O” away from being one of the greatest showmen. The actor inched one step closer to being a part of the rarefied EGOT (Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, and Tony winners) crowd when he took home a Grammy award on Sunday night. Jackman earned his Grammy for Compilation Soundtrack for...

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Brandi Carlile on the 'self-revealing' album that won 3 Grammys

Brandi Carlile has made critically acclaimed records with her widescreen voice and wide-open heart since 2005, earning a devoted audience that includes famous fans like Barack Obama, Dolly Parton, and Adele, all of whom contributed to an album of Carlile cover songs in 2017. But even the...

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The Aretha Franklin tribute at the Grammys was short but pretty great

One song and one song only was sung in its entirety during the Aretha Franklin tribute at the 2019 Grammy Awards. But with strong voices leading the way, the performance became a major highlight of the night. Singer Andra Day, gospel star Yolanda Adams, and R&B mainstay Fantasia Barrino-Taylor...

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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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Kacey Musgraves wins Album of the Year at 2019 Grammys

It’s Kacey Musgraves’ golden hour. The country artist won the coveted Album of the Year award at the Grammys on Sunday night for her critically acclaimed, genre-bending record (and EW’s pick for Best Album of 2018) Golden Hour. “I would have nothing without songs… it’s all about the...

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Cardi B becomes first solo female artist to win Best Rap Album at Grammys

Okurrr! Cardi B made history on Sunday night, becoming the first solo female artist to win Best Rap Album at the Grammys. With the victory for Invasion of Privacy, the 26-year-old rapper joined Lauryn Hill as the only female winner in the award’s 23-year history. Hill won in 1997 as a member of...

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Dua Lipa wins Best New Artist at 2019 Grammy Awards

Add this to your list of rules. Dua Lipa took home the trophy for Best New Artist at the 61st annual Grammy Awards on Sunday. “I want to begin by saying how honored I am to be nominated alongside so many female artists this year. I guess this year we’ve really stepped up,” she said, making...

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See the first look at Will Smith's blue Genie in Aladdin trailer

You wanted a blue Genie, you got a blue Genie. Back in December, the first look at Guy Ritchie’s live-action Aladdin film graced EW’s cover. But many fans were confused and angered by Smith’s very human appearance. The actor assured people that he would indeed be in blue like the original...

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Lady Gaga emotionally thanks Bradley Cooper during 'A Star Is Born' Grammys win

Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper were on different continents as each collected trophies for their musical collaboration in 2018’s A Star Is Born. In Los Angeles, the pop singer took the stage at 61st annual Grammy Awards to collect the honor for Best Pop Duo/Group for the song “Shallow,” her...

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Melissa Benoist is engaged to her Supergirl costar Chris Wood: 'It will always be yes'

He’s her kryptonite. Supergirl costars Melissa Benoist and Chris Wood are engaged, the actress announced Sunday. Benoist, 30, posted an Instagram showing off her diamond ring (designed by Jen Meyer) as Wood, 30, kissed her cheek. A fire crackled in the background of the intimate image. View...

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Ariana Grande celebrates first Grammy victory from 'lowkey' party at home

Ariana Grande is saying thank you (sans “next”) to the Recording Academy. Following her headline-making spat with Grammys producer Ken Ehrlich over her absence from the 2019 ceremony, the 25-year-old pop star won her first Grammy Award. “i know i’m not there tonight (trust, i tried and still...

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The Blacklist recap: Liz finds a Blacklister of her own

One of the best decisions The Blacklist ever made was for Lizzie to finally get on board with the fact that, no matter what, without fail, 100 percent of the time…Raymond Reddington is harboring an ulterior motive when he assigns a Blacklister to the Task Force. No reason to have our protagonist...

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'This Is America' wins Song of the Year at 2019 Grammys

This is a Grammy winner. At Sunday’s 61st annual Grammy Awards, Childish Gambino’s “This Is America” took home the trophy for Song of the Year. Along with Glover, fellow songwriters Ludwig Göransson and Jeffrey Lamar Williams were honored for the track, which is also up for Record of...

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Michelle Obama stuns crowd with surprise Grammys appearance

Now that is squad goals. Alicia Keys had some powerful women by her side during the opening monologue of the 61st annual Grammy Awards on Sunday. After a few minutes solo, the host welcomed out some of “her sisters.” Those sisters were none other than Lady Gaga, Jennifer Lopez, Jada Pinkett...

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Chris Cornell's children accept his posthumous Grammy: 'He would be proud and honored'

Twenty-four years after his last Grammy win, late rocker Chris Cornell won Best Rock Performance, a trophy accepted by his children. “Thank you all so much,” said his son Christopher, 13, onstage during the non-televised portion of the ceremony. “I never thought we’d be standing here without...

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