It’s a brutal year to be in the Grammy nominations handicapping game. Sure, there are a few safe bets. Mumford & Sons and Frank Ocean are expected to take a share of nominations when they’re announced Wednesday night on national television during “The Grammy Nominations Concert Live!” in Nashville.
On Twitter, “Glee” producer Ryan Murphy is revealing some, but not all of what’s in store on “Glee” this fall.
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – TV show “The Vampire Diaries” earned a leading six nominations for the annual Teen Choice awards on Friday, with Justin Bieber and talent show “American Idol” coming a close second with five nods apiece. “Vampire Diaries, which airs on the CW network, pushed aside blockbuster movies like “The Avengers” and “The […]
Judging by the number of albums she’s sold and all the Grammys she’s won, there’s more than a few of us out there who love listening to Adele. Of course, that kind of popularity leads to a problem: every show that uses popular music as a centerpiece or backdrop wants to use Adele’s music, either […]
All Jack Blankenship, a freshman at the University of Alabama, had to do was blow up his face making a bug-eyed frown and bring a picture of that to his school’s basketball games. Now he’s hanging out with the Roots on “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.”
The TV audience for the Grammy Awards show soared to 39 million viewers on Sunday, fueled by the sudden death of Whitney Houston and the success of British singer Adele.
Sure, Adele, Tony Bennett and the Foo Fighters all won at the Grammys, but that absurd (and interminable) list of awards also featured some stars known better for their non-musical exploits.
Despite the sadness that hung over the Grammys Sunday night after the untimely death of Whitney Houston, there were still a number of high points during last night’s show. But there was no doubt that it was Adele’s night.
Soul singer Adele triumphed in her return to music’s stage on Sunday, scooping up six Grammys and winning every category in which she was nominated including album of the year for “21” and best record with “Rolling In the Deep.”
The key races, the big names, the newcomers and the living legends: Your guide to who’s who and what’s what at this Sunday’s 54th Annual Grammy Awards on CBS.