“Channing Tatum’s in the house. So it’s going to get a little crazy.”
We watched the live audience feed so you didn’t have to!
Au royaume de l’excentricité.
She was joined on stage by survivor advocate Brooke Axtell.
And pretty much nothing underneath.
Six decades, one infographic.
It was the day of one of the most iconic moments of ’00s.
It’s the Grammys, through their eyes*. *Phones.
A lot of people cried, others just cringed.
Katy, Taylor, Madonna, and more.
Or, at least, the process of deciding who wins and who doesn’t is very, very complicated.
Plus the SNL quote quiz, the 15 best fast food breakfasts in the country, and 18 big design ideas for small living spaces.
Plus 16 mesmerizing Kate Moss GIFs for her 40th birthday, 9 big Grammy winners you’ve probably never heard of, and the 100 greatest Bruce Springsteen songs.
It only got a 35 on Rotten Tomatoes, but it’ll always be a 100 in your heart.
The looks on the faces of Maureen O’Connor and Lola Ogunnaike in a segment about Grammy side-boobs makes watching this week’s Reliable Sources in its entirety worth the effort.
Everyone complied with CBS’s request to show no boob. But that didn’t mean the style suffered.
Jay-Z and Kanye West got three awards, Black Keys and fun. each nabbed two and Taylor Swift scored one Grammy.
Despite fears that Christopher Dorner might target the Grammy Awards, a spokesperson for the LAPD says that they will not be taking any extra precautions.
An outpouring of support for children who have gone through tragedies might make a nation feel better, but what will they remember when they’re old enough to understand what actually happened?
If LL Cool J is ever a category at Trivia Night, you’re going to be so smart…sort of.
You don’t need to be a musician to win a Grammy. Just ask Kate Winslet and Mikhail Gorbachev.
He just exudes maturity, doesn’t he? Ugh.
Wait, what? On “The View” today, Sherri Shepherd expressed concern for the various girls who tweeted on Grammy night that they’d accept abuse from Chris Brown. So far, so good! Which is why it’s too bad Shepherd then defended Brown (again), even suggesting he could serve as a role model for victims of domestic abuse.
Before Adele won six Grammys last night, she was profiled by Anderson Cooper on “60 Minutes.” Here’s a three-minute reel of the interview’s most memorable moments.