Does Beyonce need to make some room in the Grammy record books for Adele? The British pop star could win six awards at the Grammys, which would match Beyonce's record for most wins by a female artist in one night. Can Adele go six-for-six? Or might she be derailed by Bruno Mars or Katy Perry, who is on her eighth nomination but has yet to win?
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.
The National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences has overhauled the Grammy Awards, reducing the number of categories by 31.
In its first overhaul in its 53-year history, NARAS trimmed the categories from 109 to 78. (Guess that makes our win last year for Best Contemporary Latin Tropical Jazz Album worthless.) The silver lining: Work that would've fallen under eradicated categories will be submitted elsewhere.
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Most of the streamlining will be a result of eliminating male and female vocal categories in the genre fields. Men and women will now compete against ...
Los Angeles reporter Serene Branson's garbled speech on air Sunday night was caused by a "complex migraine," her doctor told the Los Angeles Times.
According to Dr. Neil Martin, chief of neurosurgery at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center, a complex migraine can mimic the symptoms of a stroke, including headache, weakness, loss of vision and difficulty speaking. Martin spoke to the Times with Branson's permission.
Jennifer Lopez is in demand in 2011. Not only did she join the American Idol judging panel for the show's 10th season, but she and husband Marc Anthony received a surprise invitation to the Super Bowl, complete with Secret Service.
That's right, President Obama invited the couple to watch the Packers take on the Steelers. Lopez and Anthony accepted the invitation and revealed on the Grammys red carpet Sunday what the First Family likes to eat for the Big Game.
LeAnn Rimes & Eddie Cibrian
LeAnn Rimes and Eddie Cibrian won't be celebrating Valentine's Day with an intimate candlelit dinner.
The newly engaged couple revealed at the Grammys Sunday night that they'll be eating pizza with a couple of very special guests. And although TV Guide Network's Chris Harrison tried to learn more details about their upcoming nuptials, Rimes told him, "You'll be the last to know."
Kathy Griffin may be known for her love of profanity, but she kept it pretty clean on the Grammys red carpet on Sunday. Her only gripe: The Bachelor should do better background checks!
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"Do you guys even do a Google search on these people?" she asked Bachelor host Chris Harrison. "Honestly, my 90-year-old mother with a box of wine and steno pad could've found out more information about this guy."
As for the contestants...
Kim Kardashian has big plans for Valentine's Day, but it doesn't include boyfriend Kris Humphries of the New Jersey Nets.
Kardashian tells TV Guide Network's Chris Harrison on the Grammys red carpet Sunday that she'll be doing a girls' night out since Humphries is busy working on Valentine's Day.
Los Angeles newscaster Serene Branson suffered speech difficulties on the air Sunday night while covering the Grammys, causing the audience watching the broadcast to wonder about her condition.
In the disturbing video, Branson started off her report by saying "a very, very heavy," but then devolving into gibberish. The network cut to an earlier report while they sought medical attention for Branson.