Drake, Macklemore and Ryan Lewis, Robin Thicke and Keith Urban will perform on the Grammy Nominations Concert, CBS announced on Wednesday.
The live show, which will be hosted for the sixth time by LL COOL J, will feature nomination announcements in several categories as well as performances by past winners and nominees.
Miley Cyrus isn't surprised by the attention she's getting after her infamousperformance at the MTV Video Music Awards and nude music video for "Wrecking Ball." In fact, she says, it's by design.
"It's kind of what I want," Cyrus, 20, told Matt Lauer on the Today show Monday. "I'm an artist, so I'm hoping that I get a little attention, otherwise my record sales might be a little sketch."
With all that time spent outdoors, it's tough to stay in-the-know when it comes to new music during the summer. But with the summer now drawing to a close, this is as good a time as ever to bring you up to speed on some of the biggest songs — some that you probably know and some that you might not. Read on for the backstory on the biggest hits right now to ensure you're up on what's new and hot in music.
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13. Best Reveal: Granted, Det. Jake Peralta (Andy Samberg) shows a lot of skin in the first episode of Brooklyn Nine-Nine — hello, Speedo! — but it's his boss, Capt. Ray Holt (Andre Braugher), who really exposes himself. Ray explains that, even though he caught the infamous Disco Strangler way back when, he's only now been able to lead a command because he revealed that he was...
After eight seasons, over 100 kills and more blood than we can imagine, Dexter will sign off for good on Sunday.
From the beginning, Dexter Morgan (Michael C. Hall) was a serial killer incapable of having emotions or a true human connection. But over the course of eight seasons, he's faced love, loss, heartache and even friendship with his foul-mouthed sister Deb (Jennifer Carpenter), proving that he may have the capacity for feelings. Will that be Dexter's downfall in the series finale? We'll find out Sunday (9/8c, Showtime). Before then, however, Hall and Carpenter look back at eight seasons of kills and thrills...