He's the only person with at least two of each of the four major awards.
A photo of a teenage Pink kicks off this week's #ThrowbackThursday!
HAIR IS NATURAL!
It was one hell of a month.
The "Diddy Crop" is back and it's more savage than before.
Your favorite artists at the Grammy Awards put you to the test.
"I will not let everything I’ve worked for be diminished by people taking offense to my accomplishments."
The backlash to Mars' big win at the Grammys highlights the way his unapologetic corniness runs counter to expectations for how “cool” artists should express themselves.
Rihanna basically invented crystals.
"Women in music don't need to "step up" – women have been stepping up since the beginning of time."
WHAT DOES IT MEAN!?
"Butterflies in my stomach and my vagina."
Three words: Hey There Delilah.
The New Zealand pop star was the only Album of the Year nominee who wasn't asked to perform solo.
No chill Brampton.
*raises can of Coke and e-cig*
Ke$ha vs. Kesha.
Look after look after look.
Frame a picture of Zayn in pink and put it in the Louvre tbh.
Pink's daughter fangirling over Rihanna is all of us, TBH.
"My version of a white rose – THE APOCALYPSE WILL BLOSSOM."
Did I say you could clap?
CBS censored the comment.
Only the WILDEST thoughts.
Let's catch you up.
SZA was the most nominated female artist of 2018, with a total of five Grammy nominations, but she didn't win a single award.
"It's not just going on in Hollywood, it's not just going on in Washington — it's right here in our industry as well."
She just stayed in one place?!
I'm still sobbing.
The white roses showed support for #MeToo and Time's Up.
Asahd for president.
Mother Monster forever.
It was a big night for Bruno Mars, who walked away with six awards, including Album of the Year.
A power suit for a powerful woman.
The late actor won Best Spoken Word Album for her memoir, The Princess Diarist.
What every celebrity wore to the Grammy Awards.
"I just felt as if i had gotten a huge weight off of my shoulders."
And the award goes to...
Besides the fact that Miley Cyrus and Elton John are scheduled to perform a duet.
And the Grammy goes to...
You're welcome in advance.
It only took 60 years!
The ability to stop talking about injustice might be the greatest white privilege of all.