The 2012 Grammys Awards are over, and we have the winners! Even before the televised show began, the Recording Academy was busy announcing 2012 Grammy award winners in several categories. In the live pre-telecast ceremony, approximately 70 out of the 78 winners were announced before the show itself.
The Hollywood rounds of ‘American Idol‘ have begun, and a whopping 68 contestants were sent home on the first day. The judges sifted through tons of talent, dashing dreams, breaking hearts and catering to possible future stars. It’s a hard shill being an ‘Idol’ judge, especially when you watch contestant Symone Black fall off the stage right in front of your face.
Perhaps you hadn’t noticed, but the Grammy Awards have been operating without a host for the last seven years. That’s long enough as far as the National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences is concerned, and to prove it, they’ve gone out and enlisted the services of all-world MC LL Cool J, who has spent the last four years hosting the Grammys’ live nominations concert show.
Cocaine arrest? What cocaine arrest? Bruno Mars pleaded guilty last year to cocaine possession, but the charges are being dropped and removed from his record since he went above and beyond in completing his community service requirements.
It’s safe to assume that British prime minister David Cameron is siding with fellow Brit Russell Brand in Katy Perry‘s divorce drama. Cameron blasted Perry, along with fellow Grammy nominee Bruno Mars, in a recent interview. Why all the vitriol? And what music does he actually dig?
Rachel Crow might have earned herself a spot in the ‘X Factor‘ semi-finals tonight with two strong performances on the show. The teen is only one of five contestants left in the competition, and she proved that she was in it to win it with her first song, which was a lively rendition of Bruno Mars‘ hit tune ‘Nothin’ on You.’
Taylor Swift, Nicki Minaj and Jennifer Lopez dominated last night's American Music Awards with Swift picking up three major awards including Artist of the Year, Favorite Country Music Album and Favorite Country Female Artist.
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