James Corden Kicks Off Grammy Awards With Pratfalls And Poetry

This year’s Grammy Awards host James Corden made quite an entrance tonight.
Adele actually opened the ceremony, performing “Hello” after which Corden, sartorially splendid in a white dinner jacket, rose through the floor and up to the top of a giant illuminated staircase, only the mechanical lift failed, so he had to climb the last bit. As the CBS late-night host began to descend the staircase, he fell through a riser. Climbing back up onto the stairs, he performed a…

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Worst Presidency By A Duo Or Group: All The Political Statements Made At The 2017 Grammys

Joy VillaThe Grammys’ long-dubious cultural relevance shrivels further with each passing year, and in 2017, the awards ceremony seems hilariously unfit to wear its own self-proclaimed distinction as “Music’s Biggest Night.” It’s clearly NOT music’s biggest night, in any capacity, as proven by high-profile 2017-absentee artists like Frank Ocean (who said, “Winning a TV award … More »

Grammys Get Political Fast With Jennifer Lopez & Michael Jackson’s Daughter

If you thought it would take awhile after host James Corden’s intentionally stumbling and Donald Trump referencing opening routine for the 2017 Grammy Awards to strike a political power chord, Jennifer Lopez was damn sure to prove you wrong.
“At this particular point in history, our voices are needed more than ever,” said the Shades of Blue star just 12 minutes into the live show from the Staples Center in downtown Los Angeles as she took the stage to present the first…

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‘La La Land’s Ryan Gosling Hits Hermosa Beach Pier For “City Of Stars” — WATCH

The triumphant reign of La La Land continued today in London, as the film took BAFTA prizes for Best Film, Best Direction (Damien Chazelle), Best Actress (Emma Stone) Best Cinematography (Linus Sandgren) and Best Film Music (Justin Hurwitz).
The first original musical to reach the Oscars in many years, La La Land tied the all-time Oscar record—held by Titanic and All About Eve—with 14 nominations last month, three of which recognize the film’s musical offerings, in the…

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Gen. Hal Moore Dies: Life Depicted In Randall Wallace, Mel Gibson Film ‘We Were Soldiers’

General Hal Moore, the decorated Army chief whose life was depicted in 2002 Vietnam film We Were Soldiers based on his own book has died. He was 94. The film, which was directed by Randall Wallace and starred Mel Gibson as Gen. Moore, told the story of the Battle of Ia Drang in Vietnam. The war drama was released by Paramount and grossed $114.6M worldwide.
Behind the scenes in 2002 and 2003, Moore helped the beloved Vietnamese actor Don Duong, who portrayed the Vietnamese…

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