No event can be declared a success unless it is immediately followed by the mass production of memes and GIFs regarding said event. The Grammys this year look to have been dominated by Taylor Swift's unrestrained excitement (she cannot stop dancing), Justin Timberlake, Prince's swagger and the odd way Jay-Z seems to be presiding over the whole affair.
Congratulations are in order for Ellen DeGeneres after last night's Grammys. She didn't win an award, but she did do something possibly better -- say what we were all thinking about Katy Perry's boobs. With her face. On camera. Take a look.
The 2011 Grammys may have been Gaga’s show, but people actually won some awards, too. Biggest shocker (maybe?) was unknown songstress Esperanza Spalding making enemies with a nation of Justin Bieber fans by taking Best New Artist. And Lady Antebellum winning pretty much everything else. Here’s a good chunk of the winners, and photos from many of the performances.
Isn’t it great how we can always count on a crazy person to do something crazy at the Grammys? And then all the media breathlessly covers it like they have never heard the words “publicity stunt”? Anyway, here are five crazy things that happened at the Grammys over the years...
It seems the Grammy Awards on Sunday, February 13 may actually be worth watching! According to Rolling Stone Magazine:
Mick Jagger will make his first-ever live appearance at the Grammy Awards on February 13.
Sweet! Mick and his band will preform during a memorial segment for since passes gospel singer Solomon Burke, who died last October...