as all of us save one now know that we are not Taylor Swift’s date to the GRAMMYs
The 57th Annual GRAMMY Awards has a long list of duets planned for the big night, but it’s who Katy Perry’s sharing this stage with this Sunday (Feb. 8) that has people talking.
Reliving the march on Selma, a group of high school students marched from class to a local theater to watch the film “Selma,” a movie that highlights the civil rights movement and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
The GRAMMYs performance of Common and John Legend will feature a very special guest: Beyonce.
With news of “Supergirl” finding its lead actress in Melissa Benoist, here are the top reasons to get excited for the new series.
Other newly announced collaborations include Brandy Clark with Dwight Yoakam, Ed Sheeran with Herbie Hancock, Questlove and John Mayer, and also Sheeran with ELO’s Jeff Lynne.
How does Katy Perry follow up her epic, record breaking Super Bowl performance? Well, by taking on music’s biggest night in music, of course.
This GRAMMYs is going to be a real rager, according to Taylor Swift.
“To Kill a Mockingbird” will not be Harper Lee’s only published book after all.
They’re going to perform “FourFiveSeconds” together for the first time.
There were two big shows running at the same time Sunday night. Yes, hundreds of millions were turned to the Super Bowl, but many are more interested in the ads.
Katy Perry’s Super Bowl Halftime Show just blew up Twitter. Here’s a look at the top celeb tweets.