Bruno’s album has been nominated for Album of the Year and Best RB Album, among others.
From his “Carpool Karaoke” videos to hosting the Tony Awards and his star turn in the movie musical, “Into The Woods”, expect a little song and dance from Corden.
The big question leading into Sunday night’s Grammy Awards: will hip-hop finally get its long overdue recognition with an Album of the Year win? Singer Alessia Cara had her own moment, though, winning best new artist.
British singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran beat Kesha to win two Grammys for his best-selling album “Divide” and single “The Shape of You” but did not attend Sunday’s ceremony. “We’re aware of it and we’re certainly supportive of the movement, but the reality is we’re more concerned with allowing artists that we work with to express themselves and have artistic freedom”.
The hugely popular “Despacito”, though performed live by Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee, was snubbed in terms of awards. As she sits at a piano decorated as if with angel wings, she wears a strapless rose gown embellished with light pink and crystal beading.
Bruno Mars was the big victor Sunday night at the 60th annual Grammy Awards in NY, winning album, record, and song of the year.
It was a night of surprises, politics and performances.
“Oh my God. Thank you guys so much”.
Lady Gaga quickly followed Lamar by performing her songs Joanne and Million Reasons. A mashup of the current best musical theater album nominees would have played so much better.
Handwritten notes bearing the names of the dead were projected on the stage as country music stars Maren Morris, Eric Church and Brothers Osborne performed Eric Clapton’s Tears In Heaven. Fisher died of a heart attack in December 2016.
The 32-year-old singer, sporting a bright smile and sunglasses, recalled how he first performed as a child for tourists in his native Hawaii. “You Want It Darker”, the title song from his last studio album, won for best rock performance. U2 and The Edge are handing out the biggest award of the night!
“How do you top the milestone of a 60th anniversary?” asked Recording Academy president Neil Portnow during tonight’s 60th annual Grammy Awards at Madison Square Garden. Too bad, so sad, Kendrick Lamar, Jay-Z, Logic and Lil Uzi Vert.
Tell us if this sounds familiar: Kendrick Lamar wins.
Once again Kendrick Lamar did not hold back for his highly anticipated performance at the Grammys. That part didn’t seem like satire; by the end, Lamar’s performance seemed literally to catch fire, his lyrical shots dropping each figure to the floor.