Singing or screaming? It's your choice on one of the busiest Sundays in a while. While CBS' standards-and-practices watchdogs are apparently keeping a close eye on any potential wardrobe malfunctions, the show goes on at The 55th Annual Grammy Awards (8/7c) from L.A.'s Staples Center, where it's probably easier to name who isn't performing or presenting than listing the full talent roster. (One star not on CBS' list: Justin Bieber, who's busy hosting Saturday Night Live this weekend.)
Swastikas, fake guns and flashing, oh my! Madonna's MDNA tour has gotten the singer tons of press — not to mention a few enemies, including a Russian civil rights group, an entire arena of French fans and Elton John.
In an open letter, written in a free-verse style and released to Billboard.com, Madonna explained the more controversial components of her tour, which garnered such harsh criticism.
"My show/Is a journey/The journey from darkness to light," Madonna begins before defending her use of fake guns.
Is Madonna really trying to be the bigger person? Or is she just rubbing it in?
At a recent concert in France, Madge dedicated one of her songs to Elton John. You know, that one guy who compared her to a "fairground stripper" and said her career was over? "I know he's a big fan of it," Madonna says of the song. "And I know he's a big fan of mine. And you know? I forgive him. Gotta start somewhere."
Elton John: Madonna is a "fairground stripper" whose career is over
Aw, Madonna sounds so sincere! But wait....
Elton John is ready for another round of sparring with Madonna.
The acid-tongued music legend took a shot at Madonna on Australian TV, calling her a "nightmare" whose "career is over."
Prince Philip was forced to miss Monday night's concert for Queen Elizabeth II's Diamond Jubilee after he was rushed to the hospital for a bladder infection.
"The Duke of Edinburgh was taken to King Edward VII Hospital in London this afternoon, from Windsor Castle, as a....