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Grammys President Neil Portnow Will Step Down Next Year

Portnow is stepping down from his post after finding himself embroiled in controversy over comments about women at the Grammys earlier this year.
Kristin Corry
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Watch Rihanna Perform "Wild Thoughts" with DJ Khaled at the 2018 Grammys

The nine-time Grammy winner performed the smash hit Sunday night at Madison Square Garden with Bryson Tiller and DJ Khaled.
Lawrence Burney
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Watch Kendrick Lamar and U2 Open the 2018 Grammys

The Compton rapper performed hits from his 'DAMN.' album at Madison Square Garden Sunday night.
Lawrence Burney

What Does It Mean Now That All Entertainment Is Politics?

Celebrities aren't replacements for politicians, but that doesn't mean they can't use their platforms to further progress.​
Sarah MacDonald

Beyonce's Grammy Performance Was a Gilded Afrofuturist Dream

A love letter.
adrienne maree brown

It’s Tough to Be a Chance the Rapper Fan When You’re Not a Christian

How my personal relationship with Christianity made enjoying Chance's big Grammy night a challenge.
Lawrence Burney

So About That Lady Gaga x Metallica Performance...

Once again, the Grammys made it clear that they don't give a shit about metal—but Lady Gaga should've known better
Kim Kelly

It’s Hard to Even Get Mad at the Grammys Anymore

There's that famous quote about doing the same thing over and over again, expecting a different result.
Colin Joyce
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A Guide to All the People on the Grammys That You've Never Heard of

Hosts of the podcast 'Who Weekly' explain the famous people you didn't know, because famous people are very important, and knowing who famous people are is even more important.
Lindsey Weber and Bobby Finger
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Did Frank Ocean Curse This Year's Grammys?

Welcome to Music's Biggest Night!
Larry Fitzmaurice
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Yesterday on the Internet: The Grammys get political

The Grammys bill themselves as music’s biggest night — the night where grandparents around the world finally get to see the music of promising upstarts, like Adele and Beyoncé.
Michael Kalenderian
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That's Quite Enough, James Corden

The Carpool Karaoke guy is hosting the Grammys, which means we're stuck with him.
Leslie Horn