LL Cool J will serve as host of this year's Grammy Awards, ending several years of a no-host format, the Recording Academy announced Wednesday.
Kanye West led the field with seven Grammy nominations, including Song of the Year and Best Rap Performance, as the Recording Academy announced the nominees with a live, music-filled special Wednesday night. NCIS: Los Angeles star (and Grammy winner) LL Cool J hosted the celebration for a fourth time.
It was a night of big statements as Lady Gaga dressed like a man, Britney Spears received a soaring tribute and Beyonce alluded to her pregnancy during the MTV Video Music Awards.
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Elton John and Helen Mirren will make their Saturday Night Live hosting debuts in April, NBC announced Tuesday.
John is scheduled to host April 2 and will pull double duty as he'll also perform with musical guest Leon Russell. John's only previous appearance on the sketch show came in 1982 as a musical guest. John and Russell recently released an album titled The Union.
Waiting to hear Foo Fighters songs on Glee? Don't count on it happening anytime soon.
Front man Dave Grohl says it's every band's right to decide whether their songs should appear on the show and Glee creator Ryan Murphy shouldn't be offended if someone turns him down.
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"You shouldn't have to do f---ing Glee," Grohl told ...