Adele ended her night at the 2017 Grammy Awards with back-to-back wins for album of the year and record of the year, but used her final moments on stage to salute Beyoncé and her "monumental" album "Lemonade."
Beyoncé, meanwhile, wowed the audience with a spiritual performance and also took home the prize for urban contemporary album.
CBS has announced its host for the 59th Grammy Awards , and for the first time in five years it's not LL Cool J.
Instead, James Corden, "The Late, Late Show" host and star of the wildly successful "Carpool Karaoke" videos, will lead music's biggest award ceremony when it airs on Feb. 12, 2017.
So that audio problem that plagued Adele's performance of "All I Ask" at the Grammy Awards Monday night when a microphone dropped onto the piano's strings? Yeah, Adele noticed it, too -- as it was happening.
"I heard it straight away. And I knew where the mic was and I wanted to turn around and lift it up, but I froze," Adele told Ellen DeGeneres during a visit to her talk show this week.
The Grammys on CBS drew 25 million people on Monday night, roughly in line with last year's show, when 25.3 million people tuned in.
The Grammy Awards, which featured performances by Kendrick Lamar , Adele, Taylor Swift and the cast of "Hamilton," as well as a David Bowie tribute by Lady Gaga, did, however, fall to its lowest viewership since 2009, when roughly 19 million people tuned in. In the 18-to-49-year-old demographic important to advertisers, Monday's show had a 7.7 rating, down from last year’s 8.5.
Oh, man, we needed that Taylor Swift speech .
It was only a minute long, and it won't end the bickering over Antonin Scalia's replacement or usher in a more civilized presidential campaign, but it was a nice little oasis for those of us thirsting for a sign that our culture hasn't gone completely off the rails.
Adele wants you to hear exactly why her 2016 Grammy Awards performance sounded a bit…well, off.
The songstress took to Twitter to spill the details on what really went wrong while she sang "All I Ask" off of her hit album, 25.
The big winner at the 58th Grammy Awards ceremony on Monday night might not be any of the musicians who took home awards but the music industry's full-court press promoting cultural diversity.
While the motion picture academy is under fire because of its recent full slate of acting nominees lacking a single person of color, the Recording Academy heaped awards and precious national TV performance slots on national TV to a long roster of Anglo, African American, Latino, Asian, straight, gay, young and veteran performers over the course of the 3 1/2 hour show from Staples Center in Los Angeles.
Rihanna, Usher, Stevie Wonder and John Legend paid tribute to Lionel Richie in a musical tribute touching on his roots in R&B to his string of romantic, easy-listening ballads that ruled the airwaves in the 1980s.
Richie was toasted for his musical achievements and philanthropic work two days before the Grammy Awards. The 66-year-old singer-songwriter launches a string of South American tour dates later this month.
Music's biggest night is around the corner. The 58th Grammy Awards air Monday, Feb. 15, and new announcements about this year's awards continue to arrive as the date inches closer, from the big-name performers scheduled to appear to a major scheduling shift.
For the first time, the ceremony will air live around the country.
Kendrick Lamar , Taylor Swift and the Weeknd are the top contenders for the 58th annual Grammy Awards, leading a crop of nominees that is dominated by young hitmakers in pop, rap and R&B.
Lamar, a Los Angeles rapper whose album "To Pimp a Butterfly" was one of the year's most popular and critically adored releases, is up for 11 awards, more than any other act, it was announced Monday by the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences .
Bobbi Kristina Brown, the only child of the late singer Whitney Houston, died Sunday, almost six months after she was found unresponsive in a bathtub, mirroring the way her superstar mother died in 2012. She was 22.
"Bobbi Kristina Brown passed away July, 26 2015, surrounded by her family," the Houston family said in a statement. "She is finally at peace in the arms of God. We want to again thank everyone for their tremendous amount of love and support during these last few months."