Adele Thanks Beyonce In Her Record, Album Of The Year SpeechesShe used both speeches to address Beyoncé.
Prince’s 2017 GRAMMYs Tribute Was GloriousBruno Mars tore down the stage with his tribute to Prince.
Metallica And Lady Gaga Bring Metal To The GRAMMYsDespite sound problems, they still rocked.
Maren Morris And Alicia Keys Duet At The 2017 GRAMMYsThe two killed their duet.
Adele Tributes George Michael After Rocky Start At 2017 GRAMMYsShe stopped the performance in order to start over and get it right.
Bruno Mars Performs 'That's What I Like' At 2017 GRAMMYsBruno Mars performs his song 'That's What I Like' to the excited GRAMMYs audience.
59th Annual GRAMMY Awards Live On CBS This SundayDon't miss the 59th annual GRAMMY awards this Sunday, only on CBS.
Grammys Add 1st Man, Transgender Woman As Trophy PresentersAt Sunday's Grammys, a man and a transgender woman will join the so-called trophy girls who bring music's top honors onstage.
'Late Late Show's James Corden to Host Grammys in FebruaryLate-night host and "Carpool Karaoke" commuter James Corden will be behind the wheel at the Grammy Awards telecast next February.
GRAMMYs And CBS Re-up Through 2026 For Record 54 YearsThe GRAMMY Awards telecast will air on CBS through 2026.
From GRAMMYs To Oscars, Sam Smith Is Reaching New HeightsThough Sam Smith has mingled with Hollywood's elite thanks to the success of "Writing's On The Wall" — the Oscar-nominated, Golden Globe-winning James Bond theme song — he feels like the glitz is just a bonus.
Gwen Stefani Steals a GRAMMYs Commercial Break for 'Make Me Like You' VideoFrom the look of the complex moving set, it appears as though it was quite a feat.
David Bowie’s Son Reacts To Lady Gaga’s GRAMMYs Tribute"Overexcited or irrational, typically as a result of infatuation or excessive enthusiasm."
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GRAMMY Wrap Up: Taylor Swift, Kendrick Lamar Win BigIf you combine actual GRAMMY trophies and social media buzz, hip-hop superstar Kendrick Lamar and country-turned-pop singer/songwriter Taylor Swift were the big winners of the 58th Annual GRAMMY Awards.