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The multiple Grammy award-winning artist who went blonde last month, ditching her iconic neon green hair.
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The 'Bad Guy' singer is seen gazing away from the camera as she rocks her new blonde getup, which features trendy textured layers and bangs.
Rappers Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion took the stage to perform their ubiquitous hit 'WAP' and set the award ceremony on fire.
One user wrote, “Wtf... Am I the only one cringing.”
Styles won his 2021 Grammy by beating out heavy hitters like Justin Bieber, Taylor Swift, Billie Eilish, Dua Lipa, and newcomer Doja Cat ...Read More
Beyonce made history for breaking the all-time record for the most Grammy wins by any female artist.
Beyonce trails only classical conductor Sir George Solti, who still holds the all-time record with 31 Grammys.
Cardi and Megan each delivered solo performances before they banded together to perform 'WAP'.
She also won it in 2010 for her album 'Fearless' and again in 2015 for '1989'.
BTS' explosive hit battled another No. 1 smash - Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande's "Rain on Me".
Comedian and talk show host Trevor Noah hosted this year's Grammys. It marks Noah's first time hosting the award ceremony.
Lilly, who arrived in style wearing a polka dot black power suit wore a face mask that had "I stand with farmers" written on it.
Despite the limitations due to the novel coronavirus, one still got to see the best of the music industry flaunting their style on the re...Read More
The K-pop supergroup joined a line-up that featured performances by H.E.R., John Legend, Haim, and Jhene Aiko.
Justin called out the Recording Academy for nominating his album 'Changes' in a pop category instead of classifying it as R&B as intended.
The Weeknd's new statement comes months after the singer accused the Recording Academy of corruption.
The account featured a video titled “soon” and showed a hammer with background music akin to horror movies.
Zayn wrote, "Unless you shake hands and send gifts, there’s no nomination considerations."
BTS is the first K-pop act to compete at the Grammys.
The costumes were bought by Japanese art collector Yusaku Maezawa and YouTuber HIKAKIN.