In 2017, the Beyhive blasted Swift over the supposed similarities between her music video for “Look What You Made Me Do” and Beyoncé’s “Formation” video. And now Swift is catching flak again.
Despite being she was nervous about this “bucket list moment,” Metz held her own alongside her superstar partners Carrie Underwood, Lauren Alaina, Maddie & Tae, and Mickey Guyton.
From the musical performances to Spike Lee's leap for joy, to some questionable jokes, here's a breakdown of what worked and what flopped at the 91st Academy Awards.
The 91st Academy Awards had a few shockers in store, though many frontrunners from the critics and guild circuits claimed Oscars. But a few awards proved truly surprising in a season that left many guessing. Surprise: "Green Book" Not all pundits picked "Roma" to win best picture, but certainly the lion's share of them did. […]
At the Oscars, Jason Momoa dressed to match his wife, Lisa Bonet, in a fetching shade of dusty pink with co-ordinated scrunchie.
There were certainly some conspicuous absences, but thankfully a handful of brilliant performances, mostly by women, saved the day.
Ariana Grande has some feelings about Mac Miller‘s Grammys loss to Cardi B. The Thank U, Next singer, who did not attend Sunday’s show due to differences with producers, live-tweeted throughout the majority of the telecast — but the best rap album category had Grande particularly frustrated as Miller’s fifth and final studio album, Swimming, lost to Cardi’s Invasion of Privacy. Miller, 26, died five months ago from an accidental overdose.
Joy Villa isn't the only entertainer making a political statement at this year's Grammy Awards.
Jennifer Lopez paid tribute to some of Motown's biggest names Sunday night, but Twitter didn't exactly want an encore. During a medley of classic Motown songs such as "Square Biz," "Please Mr. Postman," "Dancing in the Street," and "My Girl," several Twitter users criticized Lopez's appearance alongside Motown legend Smokey Robinson, arguing that a Black […]
After being honored as the 2019 MusiCares Person of the Year on Friday, Dolly Parton took the stage at the Grammys to perform some of her country hits. Katy Perry and Kacey Musgraves kicked off the tribute in matching red ensembles with "Here You Come Again" and were soon joined by the Queen of Nashville […]
While Rexha looked like a princess, she had a message for the designers who wanted no part in making her feel like one.
The "Girls Trip" actress left the red carpet to deliver a joint speech onstage with Michelle Obama, Lady Gaga, Alicia Keys and Jennifer Lopez.
The newly married singer walked the red carpet on Sunday wearing a black pantsuit — and it was anything but boring.
Joy Villa walked the Grammys red carpet Sunday in a "Build the Wall" dress. This isn't the first she has made a political statement at the annual awards show.
"7 Rings" singer Ariana Grande, who is up for two Grammys on Sunday, confirms she will skip the awards show.
Shirley Manson and Butch Vig of Garbage reflect on their career and their 20th-anniversary deluxe reissue of their sophomore album 'Version 2.0.'
Nominees Lady Gaga, Glenn Close, Rami Malek, Christian Bale and many, many more gathered Monday for the annual "Oscars class photo."