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Bruno Mars and Cardi B Took Us Back to the ’90s with “Finesse” at the Grammys
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16 of the Most Memorable Grammy Moments
Clear your calendars! The Grammy Awards will be broadcasted February 10, 2019 on the CBS Network. The outfits, the drama, the scandals—we're ready for it all. What better way to count down the minutes until the live taping of the show than to count down 17 of the most memorable Grammy moments of all time? From Steve Martin's bottomless appearance in 1979 to Adele and Beyoncé's tear-jerking moment in 2017, we've found some of the funniest (and the saddest), most interesting moments in Grammy history. Check them out!

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Everything You Need to Know About the 2017 American Music Awards
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See All the Stars on the 2017 American Music Awards Red Carpet
If you’re not tuning into the American Music Awards Sunday night, what's your reason? Game of Thrones is over, so there’s really no excuse. We’re pumped for the show itself—which takes place at L.A.’s Microsoft Theater and airs from 8 p.m. ET on ABC—but everyone knows all the action first goes down on the red carpet. Not only is Tracee Ellis Ross hosting the televised musical showdown—prepare to let her make you LOL—but the Black-ish star will also pay tribute to mom Diana Ross, who’s taking the stage to perform and also receive the Lifetime Achievement Award. Christina Aguilera is honoring the late Whitney Houston and music from The Bodyguard with her power vocals too, so it’ll surely be a night of legends. Other performers include Demi Lovato, Lady Gaga, and Nick Jonas, as well as Pink and Kelly Clarkson, who will hit the stage together. And while Bruno Mars may lead the pack with eight nominations, with no female artists nominated in the biggest category, Artist of the Year, we’re rooting especially hard for women in the other categories. Scroll down to see the best looks from the 2017 American Music Awards.
Bruno Mars Surprises Fans with a $1 Million Donation to the Flint Water Crisis

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